Cillian Murphy Drops The Bomb With Tremendous Oscars Win

A hearty congratulations, or comhghairdeachas, to Irish actor Cillian Murphy for winning the Best Actor award at this year’s Oscars. Cillian won the illustrious award for his portrayal of nuclear physicist and father of the atomic bomb J. Robert Oppenheimer in the biopic ‘Oppenheimer’, directed by Christopher Nolan. Cillian faced fierce competition from his fellow…

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Filmmaker William Friedkin Passes Away

Famed director, producer and screenwriter William Friedkin has passed away, aged 87. Friedkin was a prominent member of the New Hollywood movement in the ‘70s, directing features such as ‘The French Connection’ and ‘The Exorcist’, leaving behind a legacy of cinematic excellence. William was born in Chicago in 1935 during the golden age of Hollywood.…

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Artist Profile: Cutting Loose With Ray del Barrio

Words: Matt Innes When it comes to dancing in movies, Ray del Barrio has some of the most famous feet in show business. You may think you don’t know who Ray del Barrio is, but chances are you’ve seen his fancy footwork. In fact, Ray’s very first film gig was dancing in one of the…

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No Regrets For Graham Streeter After Sydney Indie Film Festival Win

Words: Matt Innes Independent filmmaker Graham Streeter has picked up three coveted awards at this year’s Sydney Indie Film Festival for his latest piece of compelling cinema, ‘I May Regret’. The picture was awarded Best Director (Graham Streeter), Best Actress (Lisa Goodman) and Best Film Score (Joshua Loell), with Graham extending the honours to the…

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