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# Sundance

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Here's what critics are saying about new Irish horror movie 'The Hole in the Ground'
Fancy a fright this weekend?
Chris O'Dowd addressed the Hollywood pay gap in typical Chris O'Dowd fashion
It’s as if he’s shooting the shit in a midlands pub.
'Inspirational': This Irish documentary is getting great reviews at the Sundance Film Festival
Another hit is the Irish documentary In Loco Parentis, about a boarding school in Co Meath.
An Irish documentary about a Meath primary school is winning rave reviews at Sundance
It “winningly surveys the daily routine” of Headfort Boarding School.
A lovely documentary about a boarding school in Kells is on its way to Sundance
Headfort is “not unlike Hogwarts.”
Here's why people walked out of Daniel Radcliffe's latest film in Sundance
The film stars Radcliffe as a ‘farting corpse’. Yep.
Irish actor Jack Reynor wins top prize at Sundance Film Festival
Reynor was honoured for his role in Glassland, a film by Irish director Gerard Barrett.
Here's the Irish film that's the toast of the Sundance Film Festival
Brooklyn is winning rave reviews at the film festival.
First clip from Abrahamson's Frank features Fassbender as you've never seen him before
Frank is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival tonight.
Two Irish films announced for Sundance Film Festival
The Irish Film Board has said that the news is “great representation for Ireland”.
Irish folk furniture film wins top award at Sundance festival
Irish Folk Furniture won the prize for Best Animation at the festival, while another Irish film has been nominated for the Cinema Documentary Award.
Irish folk furniture film arrives at Sundance festival
The film is now available to view online in full for a limited time only.
Watch: The five cat videos shortlisted for the Catdance Film Festival
Yes, you heard us, a film festival for cats.
It's the little girl from Field of Dreams and Uncle Buck, all grown up
Don’t you feel old?
Irish/US film on Church child abuse selected for Oscar shortlist
The film examines the story of four men who were abused as boys in a school for the deaf in the USA.
Irish folk furniture film set for prestigious Sundance festival
The film was directed by Tony Donoghue and is centred on the forgotten treasures of Irish folk furniture.
Irish comedy selected for Sundance film festival
The film is the latest Irish film in recent years to show at Sundance, following in the footsteps of The Guard, His & Hers, and Once.