The Picture Show
"The line-up is one of the strongest I can recall"02/28/15
The 13th Jameson Dublin International Film Festival begins Thursday 19th March. Festival Director Grainne Humphreys highlights the not-to-be-missed screenings.
“Focus is a slick but limp and shallow conman thriller”
Philip Molloy reviews three new releases: Focus, The Boy Next Door and It Follows.
The night before the Oscars 2015
Variety Awards Editor and Senior VP, Tim Gray, joins The Picture Show on the night before the Oscars to review the nominees.
"Told to go to our trailers until we could behave"
The Wedding Ringer co-stars Kevin Hart and Josh Gad talk about their on-screen chemistry, Kevin Hart on playing "a character with levels" & they reveal upcoming movies.
"The sex was very precisely choreographed"
The Northern Irish cinematographer of Fifty Shades of Grey spoke to Philip
One taste & you'll duck soup for the rest of your life
Dublin's IFI is currently showing a restored version of The Marx Brothers' 'Duck Soup'. Stephen Higgins tells us why its not to be missed..
"Alzheimer's is an epidemic, there are no survivors"
Hollywood great Julianne Moore spoke to The Picture Show about her Oscar worthy performance in Still Alice, where she portrays a young woman with early on-set Alzheimer's
"Glassland got a fantastic response at Sundance"
Ed Guiney of Element Pictures is just back from Sundance Film Festival where he was showcasing the new Irish co-production 'Glassland'. He also talks new soap Red Rock.
Movie Reviews: American Sniper, Ex Machina...
Philip Molloy reviews the new releases, American Sniper, Ex Machina and A Most Violent Year
Ex Machina concept "probably will happen in the future"
Domhnall Gleeson talks new movie Ex Machina and the 'revenge western' he is currently shooting alongside Leonardo Di Caprio, 'The Revenant'.
Song of the Sea "reinvents folklore" for Irish people
Tomm Moore, director of Oscar nominated animation "Song of the Sea", talks about his Kilkenny based studio Cartoon Saloon, their "hybrid" production process & Oscar hopes
A Most Violent Year "feels like a 70's movie"
Director J.C. Chandor talks about making new thriller 'A Most Violent Year', starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac.
James Kent: director of WW1 film 'A Testament of Youth'
'A Testament of Youth' was made by television director James Kent, who shared his story of making the WW1 story based on the memoirs of Vera Brittain.
James Corden on new movie 'Into the Woods'
The multi-talented James Corden joined us on The Picture Show to talk new movie 'Into the Woods',his new American talk show, the success of 'A league of their own' & more
Oscars 2015: The nominee predictions
Scott Feinberg, Awards Editor with The Hollywood Reporter, reveals his Oscar nomination predictions ahead of their announcement on January 15th.
The best of Christmas TV
Newstalk's Sue Murphy will help plan your Christmas TV schedule with her top TV picks that will bring you straight through to 2015.
Ellar Coltrane spent his 'Boyhood' in front of a camera
Ellar Coltrane spent 12 years of his childhood in front of the camera, playing Mason in Richard Linklater's one-of-a-kind film, Boyhood.
Producer David Heyman on Paddington,Harry Potter & more
He's one of the most respected producers in cinema- 8 Harry Potter movies & Oscar winning Gravity to his credit. David Heyman talks about his latest project Paddington.
Jack O'Connell on new movie Unbroken
Jack on his demanding role in Angelina Jolie's Unbroken, where he plays Olympic runner & WW2 soldier Louis Zamperini.
Chris O' Dowd on Movies, Moone Boy and Murray
Chris O'Dowd talks about new movie St. Vincent, working with "comic hero" Bill Murray, his upcoming role in a Lance Armstrong biographical film & lying in auditions.
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