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Saoirse Ronan and Jessie Buckley among Irish actors and films longlisted in this year's Bafta awards
The event will take place on 11 April.
'Something is going to break': Omniplex boss says cinemas won't be viable long-term with 2m social distancing
The acceleration of the reopening roadmap has allowed businesses like cinemas to open earlier than expected.
Over 50 viewers contact RTÉ over 'disappointment and unhappiness' with Normal People
Rights to the show have been purchased in countries including Australia, Canada, and Japan.
Irish-produced film The Favourite leads the way with 12 Bafta nominations
Element Pictures’ period comedy/drama is up for best film, best director, best actress and best supporting actress.
'It's a phenomenal result': Team behind Irish-produced The Favourite reacts to Golden Globe win
Colman, who plays Queen Anne in the film, which is produced by Element Pictures, won a best actress award.
Irish production The Favourite gets five Golden Globes nominations
The Favourite stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, and marks the third collaboration between Element Pictures and director Yorgos Lanthimos.
Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling to be made into film
Just a small-town girl living in a notions world.
'Before The Guard we were on our knees': How an Oscar-winning Irish company fought failure
We spoke to co-founder Ed Guiney about Element Pictures’ success.
An Irish-backed film with Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan is flying the flag at Cannes
The film has opened to glowing praise.
"It's beyond all our wildest dreams": Landmark day for Irish cinema with nine Oscar nominations
The director of Room, Lenny Abrahamson, said he is “so delighted” with his nominations.
The Irish Pub has an official trailer
The documentary celebrating the traditional Irish boozer is due for release this autumn.
'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' director Ken Loach to film in Ireland
The director of the 2006 Palme d’Or winner is to film “Jimmy’s Hall”.
Film adaptation of 'Bad Day in Blackrock' up for top award
‘What Richard Did’, the cinema version of Kevin Power’s book, has been positively received at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Column: I filmed a horror movie in Ireland. Here’s why.
How many movies about giant tentacled aliens have been filmed in Ireland? Jon Wright explains why he made the first. hoping to promote indie and Irish movies
Irish video-on-demand website allows users to view some new releases on same day they open in cinemas.
Pictures: Cutting the ribbon to the reopened Light House
Official takeover by Element Pictures rubberstamped this morning – and the cinema is looking as colourful as ever.
Reopened Light House Cinema to be used as Dublin Film Festival venue
New dawn for independent cinema as Irish distribution company take it over – and major film fest to hold screenings there.