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The Good Friday Agreement, the historical peace accord signed by both the British and Irish governments on 10 April 1998, was monumental in heralding hitherto seemingly unattainable peace and stability...
There is undoubtedly an impish quality to Denmark’s most famous director Lars von Trier, a facet to his character that’s not always evident in the often gloomy and solemn films he creates.
Michael Haneke's Amour is the latest in a long line of
So it’s Paddy’s Day weekend and you want to kick back and relax…and maybe avoid the madness of town. Celebrate the day where everybody claims to be Irish with these quality Irish films – there’s...
St Patrick’s Day - more often associated with getting inebriated then with celebrating our snake-banishing patron saint. Volta looks at cinema's most intoxicating drinking games.
One might assume that your average multi-platinum selling musician would be content with fame, legions of fans and fabulous wealth, but this isn’t always the case with today’s more ambitious breed...
The films of Michael Haneke offer compelling support to his claim that “art doesn’t offer answers, only questions.”
Call us idealistic but we're willing to wager there are a lot of you out there who THINK you hate musicals, when in reality you could be brought around to them if given the right instruction...maybe.