'THE chuckle brothers': this was Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness at Stormont, ideological enemies turned political collaborators in the top two jobs at the north's fledgling power-sharing parliament.
TOMORROW evening, Derry will host a free outdoor screening of Tides: A History of lives and dreams lost and found (some broken), Italian director Alessandro Negrini's award-winning film about the River Foyle.
REAL-life terror plots and heightened security in London provide an unsettling jolt of adrenaline to director Michael Apted's flat-footed espionage thriller, which charts a race against time to avert a biological weapon attack on the city.
AS BELFAST film-maker Terry George’s new movie screened to family, friends and members of the press in his home town on Monday, tens of thousands of people gathered in cities around the world to mark the 102nd anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide, which is the subject of the film – or is it?
SURVIVAL in the face of catastrophe is something which continues to fascinate Belfast film-maker Terry George, whose latest movie The Promise sheds new light on “the great unknown catastrophe of the 20th century”.
IF YOU wanted to show just a single, solitary piece of work to someone who'd never seen a Jackie Chan film in their life – a stand-alone movie encapsulating the man's genius for full-blown martial arts mayhem and old- school physical mugging – then Drunken Master would have to be the one.
SET during a tumultuous period when upper lips were kept jolly stiff and women on the home front actively served a bomb-ravaged nation pre-occupied with its role in the Second World War, Their Finest is based on Lissa Evans' novel Their Finest Hour And A Half.
THE madness that ensued at the culmination of the 89th Academy Awards, when Warren Beatty was handed the wrong envelope, is nothing compared to the haphazard plotting and direction of his first feature behind the camera since Bulworth in 1998.