Celebrated actor, producer and director, Danny DeVito will come to Dublin next year to attend a special tribute at the 2013 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
Director Werner Herzog explores The Chauvet Cave in Southern France, home to the earliest known cave paintings.
If ever there were a film that was simply a testament to one man’s watchability, it’s “A Somewhat Gentle Man.”
Perhaps a touch too long but Julia’s eyes still delivers on old fashioned gore and giggly frights.
It’s gentle and light as a bubble, but a perfectly amiable way to spend 104 minutes.
Upside Down tells the story of Creation Records who signed bands like Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine and Oasis.
Stylistically beautiful film but it’s difficult to care about the protagonist or the plot.
Winner of Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival, Poetry is a thematic piece of poetic and cinematic art.
The Robber (Der Rauber) was screened at the 2011 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival kicked off last night with Submarine, the directorial debut of Richard Ayoade, who we grudgingly love.