A night of partying turns into "Lord of the Flies" with pharmaceuticals when a bunch of kids invade a Dublin home.
Every Monday morning, a group of Irish filmmakers gathers for a creative meeting in an old warehouse by Dublin's Grand Canal Dock.
Only auds immune to diabetic rushes should head for "August Rush."
"August Rush" director Kirsten Sheridan had reservations about casting 15-year-old Freddie Highmore in her film's complex title role. August is a musical prodigy, a kind of transcendental figure on…
The Rome Film Festival has announced its full lineup, which features a rich mix of quality crowdpleasers and more esoteric fare peppered with plenty of stars, including Robert Redford and Tom Cruise…
Original scripts: Small. Adapted scripts: Big. That's the thinking of the Writers Guild, which tapped five arthouse faves for the original script race, while four out of the five adapted screenplay…
A kind of "Enfants Terribles," Irish-style, "Disco Pigs" reps an interesting but flawed feature debut by Kirsten Sheridan that remains perilously poised between the poetic and the whimsical, and only…
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