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Five things we learned this week – July 5th 2014

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1) The Commitments is Dublin's Favourite Film 2) James Garner R.I.P. 3) Irish film noir Spider's Trap to launch in Light House Cinema 4) Irish banking crisis drama The Guarantee shoots in Dublin 5) Fifty Shades of Grey Trailer released Read more

Spooool.ie Podcast #15 – We’ve got Oscar fever!

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Nigel and Páraic are on the couch to talk about the 2014 Oscars with trivia, picks, memories and gripes. Also up for discussion JDIFF 2014 and the films showing up in Irish cinemas this March including Under the Skin, The Past, The Zero Theorem, Starred Up and Only Lovers Left Alive. Read more
JDIFF 2014 reviews from Mick McGovern for two Scandinavian films "Pioneer" and "The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared" Read more
Even though the festival wrapped up yesterday we still have reviews to post! Here's Nigel's take on The Golden Dream (la Jaula De Oro) and Afternoon Delight... Read more
Film festival reviews from Mick McGovern for Finsterworld, We Are The Best! (Vi är bäst!), The Double and The Zero Theorem Read more

JDIFF 2014 Reviews #5 – Mood Indigo (L’écume des jours), Blue Ruin, The Wonders (Plaot)

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Mick McGovern is back to share his thoughts on Michel Gondry's Mood Indigo (L'écume des jours), the revenge thriller Blue Ruin and Israeli film-noir The Wonders (Plaot). Read more
Nigel does JDIFF Reviews for the economic documentary "Inequality for All", American indie "Hide Your Smiling Faces" and Asghar Farhadi's latest "The Past (le Passé)" Read more
The next set of reviews features Páraic's take on the Brendan Gleeson-starring Calvary, Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive and Polish nun drama Ida. Read more
Our JDIFF 2014 coverage kicks off with Mick McGovern's reviews of The Grand Budapest Hotel, Mystery Road and The Book Thief. Read more