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With Ruth Negga, we have disgraced ourselves again: The Irish Times

Jack Reynor – 'I was afraid of being Han Solo': The Irish Times

This son of an immigrant Portland bartender won six Oscars:

Documentary on Simon Fitzmaurice is a tale of sadness and inspiration: Irish Examiner

James Nesbitt – Bloody Sunday film was 'huge moment': Derry Now

Game of Thrones star – 'Irish is a huge part of my life': The Irish Times

Zachary Quinto to receive Oscar Wilde Award: RTE

Limerick's Ruth Negga nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role: Limerick Post

Loving star Ruth Negga – 'a brilliant chameleon': Daily Telegraph

Michael Fassbender take break from acting after decade of roles: Irish Examiner

Six things to know about Martin Scorsese's latest project The Irishman: Irish Independent

'The Quiet Man' – embassy in US feared a false view of Ireland: The Irish Times

The Scrappy Irish Movie That Will Challenge La La Land at the Golden Globes: Vanity Fair

Brexit could force Star Wars to stop filming in Ireland, bosses warn: Daily Mirror

Maureen O'Hara to be remembered at Foynes museum wing: Irish Examiner

Oscar buzz grows for Irish actress Ruth Negga as she's nominated for top award: Irish Independent

Irish documentary Older Than Ireland tipped for Oscar nod: Irish Mirror

My Mother and Other Strangers – BBC drama reveals tensions when US airbase opens near Tyrone village: BBC

Perhaps we shouldn't be quite so wild about Oscar: Sunday Independent

Ruth Negga wows on the red carpet for New York film premiere: Limerick Leader

Jamie & the unknown Irish soldier: Irish Independent

Hibernians want apology from Jeopardy's Alex Trebek: Irish Echo

Cillian Murphy zombie film greatest horror of 21st century: Irish Examiner

Irish Studio That Hosted 'Braveheart,' 'Penny Dreadful' for Sale: Hollywood Reporter

Irish film Staid made for just €300 lands Best Foreign Film award at LA Festival: Irish Examiner

Roma Downey's Ben Hur anguish as scenes of Christ cut: Belfast Telegraph

Mark Strong as Conor Cruise O'Brien: another screen-Irish accent: The Irish Times

The Siege of Jadotville – A survivor speaks: The Irish Times

Michael Fassbender presented with Killarney's highest honour:

Jim Carrey slams wrongful death lawsuit: Sunday World

Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey is so proud of his Irish roots he wants his kids to be fluent in Irish: Irish Post

Game of Thrones – international success story crafted in Belfast shipyards: The Guardian

'The Siege of Jadotville' on Netflix Rediscovers a Faded Footnote: New York Times

Cork native and ex-New York detective who helped children in Troubles subject of new film: Cork Evening Echo

Growing up on Shankill Road in Belfast inspires new film deal: Irish News

Hollywood star Roma Downey on her love for Derry and her latest project, Ben-Hur: Derry Journal

Hollywood Walk of Fame star for Roma: The News Letter

$7 million armored car robbery by Northern Irishman to get Hollywood treatment: Irish Voice/

Liam Neeson gave an Irish bar in NYC the best present: Irish Independent

Brendan O'Carroll heads to Hollywood for new movie with US comedian: Irish Independent

Brendan O'Carroll – How Dubliner found UK public's funnybone: The Irish Times

Derry actress Roma Downey gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame: Irish News

New Ben-Hur will be dedicated to late star Stephen: Belfast Telegraph

Jamie Dornan was 'contractually obliged' to work after terrorist attack: Belfast Telegraph

'Sexed-up' drama was 1916 low point: Ó Broin: Irish Independent

'66 Days' – Richard O'Rawe's Review Of The New Bobby Sands Movie: The Broken Elbow

'I'm not being bigheaded... I'm not a dummy' – Saoirse Ronan on being Time magazine's 'generation leader': Irish Independent

Roma Downey to join Hollywood legends on Walk of Fame: Belfast Telegraph

Bobby Sands: 66 Days review – insight into a desperate man: The Observer

Bobby Sands – 66 Days review: A gripping tale of terrible times: The Irish Times

Roma's coat grazed by a bullet as a child: Derry Journal

My family fled Ireland as refugees, says George Clooney as he presents $1m prize to humanitarian worker: Daily Telegraph

Bono plays pivotal role in Dublin's Hollywood studio drama: The Irish Times

Liam Neeson named top-grossing Irish actor at US box office: Irish Examiner

'You have made us feel like part of the family' – Mark Hamill: Derry Journal

Tragedy and a one-way ticket set Roma on the path to become TV's leading angel: Sunday Independent

24-year-old Irishman set to land multi-million book and film deal with Disney:

Warm welcome for Star Wars heroes at Dingle wrap party: Irish Examiner

Kerry set to be a scene stealer in latest 'Star Wars' film: Irish Examiner

Tim Brannigan signs movie deal with Oscar-winning producer: Irish News

Back to the future as 70 DeLoreans land in Belfast for car's 35th anniversary: Belfast Telegraph

Star Wars' Mark Hamill continues to win us over as he gushes about his love for Tayto: Irish Mirror

Real Housewives of Orange County film scenes across Dublin and Wicklow and attempt to track Irish ancestry: Irish Independent

"The Quiet Man" jaunting car finds a home in John Wayne museum in US: Irish Voice/

Star Wars' Mark Hamill and Adam Driver jet in to Ireland as filming for sci-fi saga begins: Irish Mirror

Irish filmmaker Paddy Breathnach brings an emotional tale of Cuban drag queens to America: Los Angeles Times

Calls to preserve 'Ryan's Daughter' schoolhouse in Dunquin: Irish Examiner

Big buzz as Star Wars recreates beehive huts at Ceann Sibéal in Kerry: Irish Examiner

Liam Neeson – on iconic roles, Irish pride, and the influence of Ian Paisley...: The Irish Times

Kenneth Branagh – I don't think you can take Belfast out of the boy: Daily Express

'It was a study of violence' – Neil Jordan on Collins movie: Irish Independent

'Rebellion' – Squashing Ireland's Easter uprising one more time: Los Angeles Times

Cillian Murphy: 'Is this it, for the rest of my days?': The Guardian

Irish filmmaker John Carney gives the modern movie musical a bit of a lift and his lilt in 'Sing Street': Los Angeles Times

Game of Thrones supremos to be handed honorary degrees by Ulster University: The News Letter

'I actually think I went mad during it' - Cillian Murphy on starving for role in Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea: Sunday Independent

Novelist Colm Tóibín likes to take his reading lying down: Boston Globe

'Writing an Iron Man book is great fun', says Eoin Colfer:

Books – Secret diaries of a missing Taoiseach: Sunday Independent

Former Bond girl Alison Doody reveals how hard it was to swap Hollywood for motherhood: Irish Mirror

Saoirse Ronan Reflects on 'Brooklyn' – 'I'd Never Been Involved in Something so Personal': Variety

'It feels like home' – Sarah Jessica Parker could settle in Ireland as family plan another Donegal trip: Irish Mirror, June 9, 2015

Row over Connemara's Quiet Man Cottage settled: Connacht Tribune

'Saoirse deserves an Oscar, but Room is better bet', says director Jim Sheridan: Irish Independent, February 24, 2016

Canada, Ireland lay claim to Oscar nominees 'Room' and 'Brooklyn': CBC

Domhnall Gleeson, on playing gentle and evil and surviving the harsh shoot for 'The Revenant': Los Angeles Times

Frank Kelly death – Father Ted star, who played foul-mouthed priest Father Jack, dies after battle with Parkinson's disease: London Evening Standard

Niamh Gallagher: Making the legacy of the women of 1916 come alive for all – not just the historians: Irish Independent, January 22, 2016 [ #Rebellion ]

The pangs of homesickness were real for Saoirse Ronan as she filmed 'Brooklyn': Los Angeles Times

Bronx, Brooklyn, Broadway: NY Magazine, February 7, 2016

Why all college students should see 'Brooklyn':

Rebellion review – Truth more dramatic than this fiction: The Irish Times

Seven reasons why RTE'S Rebellion was more 'damp squib' than 'explosive triumph': Irish Independent

Paul Whitington – Academy Award nominations exceeded all our expectations: Irish Independent

'Rebellion' – what an outsider's eye brings to RTÉ's Easter Rising centrepiece: The Irish Times

J.J. Abrams reveals how he found the location for 'Star Wars – The Force Awakens' climax: Los Angeles Times

This remote Irish monastery is where medieval Christianity meets fictional Jedi spiritualism: National Post

Saoirse Ronan's accent should not be a talking point: The Irish Times

Nine Oscar nominations – A day to bask: Irish Examiner (Editorial)

Abrams – 'I can't believe they let us shoot on Skellig': Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan – 'Brooklyn saved me': Sunday Independent

Engaging biography softens up movie tough guy Robert Ryan: Houston Chronicle

Irish duo Element Pictures trying to push indie films into awards: New York Post

'Downton does Dublin' in RTÉ's terrific 1916 yarn: Irish Independent

What's driving TV's most smouldering heart-throb to self-destruct? Troubled actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers' problem with alcohol could be legacy of a dysfunctional childhood: Daily Mail, May 21, 2015

Bono's daughter Eve Hewson – 'My parents are way more fun than me': Sunday Telegraph

The Empire Strikes Back... to Skellig Michael: Irish Examiner

Here's your first look at Michael Fassbender in 'Assassin's Creed':

Story of young Dublin boys who ran away to New York will be made into movie: Irish Voice/

'Star Wars' Fever Extends to an Ancient Irish Island: New York Times

Game of Thrones – Journey to heart of Westeros as tourist map pinpoints stunning locations of smash TV saga: Belfast Telegraph

'I became a parody' – Colin Farrell on his return to cinema and sobriety: Daily Telegraph

Colin Farrell's Transformation:

Irish film, Love is a Sting, has a shot at Oscar glory: Irish Examiner

Liam Neeson – the big man from Ballymena: Irish News

All-star Irish cast head line In the Heart of the Sea movie due out December 26: Irish Examiner

Star Wars actor felt the power of the force on Skellig Michael: Irish News

'I'm very very Irish and when I got there I instantly felt connected to it and the people' – Rooney Mara: Irish Independent

'I still get Google alerts about the other Joan Collins – usually something to do with water': Irish Independent

A toast to the coast: A road trip along the hard edge of County Antim – where Game Of Thrones plays out, and the whiskey is warm: Daily Mail

Conceived in Ballyfermot, Brown Bag has global audience: Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan – bold before her time: The Irish Times

John Duddy – Boxer turned actor stars in The Flood at Belfast's Lyric Theatre: BBC

US critics fall in love with Saoirse as Brooklyn wows movie festival: Evening Herald, January 30, 2015

Nick Hornby, Colm Tóibín describe 'Brooklyn' as a 'weepie' that 'punches you in the stomach': Los Angeles Times

After the Ring, a Life on the Screen – Former Boxer John Duddy Hopes for Success as an Actor: New York Times

Maureen O'Hara's death focuses minds over Quiet Man cottage: The Irish Times

Foynes bids farewell to Hollywood legend Maureen O'Hara: Limerick Leader

Star Wars filming causes two 'incidents' on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

'Brooklyn' – Ireland-born Saoirse Ronan on being Irish for the first time on-screen: Los Angeles Times

With 'Brooklyn,' Saoirse Ronan Embraces Her Journey: New York Times

Saoirse Ronan says new movie Brooklyn 'story of my people': Belfast Telegraph

Maureen O'Hara, Irish-born star of The Quiet Man and more, dies aged 95: The Guardian

Tributes for Quiet Lady Maureen, as she dies at 95: Sunday Independent

An interview with Maureen O'Hara – 'The Christmas Box,' wrapped with care: Los Angeles Times

With 'Brooklyn,' Saoirse Ronan Embraces Her Journey: New York Times

Star Wars filming on Skellig Michael had no adverse impact, states Government report: Irish Examiner

'I've two years left as an action star': Irish Independent, January 2, 2015

Joan Collins reveals she will be making a movie in Ireland: Irish Mirror

'Room,' an Unlikely Crowd-Pleaser, Creates Oscar Buzz: New York Times

Liam Neeson 'lost weight for new Martin Scorsese role': Belfast Telegraph

An Irishman's Diary on the celebrated Richard Hayward: The Irish Times, May 26, 2014

The eyes have it – The rise and rise of Cillian Murphy: Sunday Independent, November 23, 2014

North's growing reputation for film, TV and video games is aiding economy: The Irish Times

'A truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil' – Jim Carrey breaks his silence after make-up artist ex-girlfriend, 28, is found dead alongside a suicide note mentioning their recent split: Daily Mail

Irish abroad have played 'major role' in economic recovery: The Irish Times, October 31, 2014

'I never think I've delivered' – Michael Fassbender talks Macbeth and Hollywood highs and lows: Sunday Independent

Life lessons with Colm Meaney: Sunday Independent

Phil Coulter reveals his anguish at son's Down's syndrome: Belfast Telegraph

Top US movie exec Bill Daly hails Northern Ireland's film industry 'a hidden gem' – Man behind Harry Potter and Lethal Weapon: Belfast Telegraph

Back on track – Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers back on set of The Clash film: Irish Independent

Deenihan 'enthusiastic' over Star Wars shoot on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Skellig Michael – Is 6th-century rock star selling out to a galaxy far, far away?: Sunday Independent

Film Review – 'I Am Belfast': Variety

'Jimmy's Hall' suffers from blarney overload: New York Post

Mark Hamill pulls pints in Kerry pub: Irish Examiner

Use the stairs Luke! How Mark Hamill needed to be rescued when he slipped on rocks on Irish island while filming Star Wars: Daily Mail

Skellig is a tough old rock and can survive Star Wars: Irish Examiner

Brooklyn review – 'pulse-quickeningly good': Sunday Telegraph

'Priceless' tourism boost as 'Star Wars' returns to Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Star Wars to draw tourists not rats: Irish Independent

'Puffin Rock' Joins Parade of Shows Aimed at Youngest Viewers: New York Times

Teen Ulster actor is a blockbuster star: Sunday World

An Taisce objects to Star Wars filming on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Gleeson goes evil for 'Star Wars' epic: Irish Examiner

Puffin Rock lauded by NYT as show has US début: Derry Journal

Charlie Chaplin found 'no room at the inn' in Waterville: Irish Examiner

Brown Bag films acquired by 9 Story Media Group: Irish Independent

Colin Quinn is embracing the moment – his moment: Los Angeles Times

Brad Pitt sets pulses racing in sleepy Greyabbey village as filming picks up pace: Belfast Live

Fintan O'Toole: Beyond belief – why grant Disney's Skelligs wish for Star Wars?: The Irish Times

Actor Liam Neeson says Mayor de Blasio needs to abandon plan to ban carriage horses for good: New York Daily News

Pierce Brosnan on his bond with the country – 'I can now call Ireland home after years of being abroad': Irish Mirror

Irish cops and robbers in '60's New York: San Francisco Chronicle

Colin Farrell Joins the Cast of the Harry Potter Spin-Off: Vanity Fair

Brooklyn stars a torn Saoirse Ronan as an Irish immigrant in 1950s America: The Guardian

Love blooms in Brooklyn for Saoirse's Irish rose: Daily Mail

Outcasts return from wilderness thanks to success of Hooley film: Belfast Telegraph

'The McCarthys' do Boston Irish reasonably proud, and funny: Los Angeles Times, October 30, 2014

Skellig Michael monastic site is Luke Skywalker's 'refuge' in Star Wars film – leaked clip: Irish Independent, October 8, 2014

Skellig guides wanted Star Wars film shoot blocked: Irish Examiner, October 21, 2014

Irish is a living, breathing language: Oscar hopeful: Irish Independent, October 21, 2014

New Roma Downey series explores stories of 'Answered Prayers': Centre Daily Times

Happy to be home! Beaming Pierce Brosnan looks in high spirits as he returns to his native Ireland to work on new movie I.T.: Daily Mail

Game of Thrones – TV drama 'contributes £110m to NI economy': BBC

Liam Neeson's son set to follow in his footsteps by taking on iconic role of Michael Collins: Belfast Telegraph

How young Belfast-born gay activist became the Pride of striking miners: Belfast Telegraph, September 22, 2014

Liam Neeson opens up about Natasha, relationships, and gremlins in his phone: Irish Independent, September 12, 2014

An Irishman's Diary about Bing Crosby's connections (and misconnections) with Kildare: The Irish Times

'Quiet Man' cottage is made a protected building: Irish Independent

Eve Hewson – I made dad Bono watch my nude scenes for 'The Knick': Irish Independent

Viking role is second nature for Limerick actor: Limerick Leader

Journey back through the works of Irish filmmakers McDonagh and O'Sullivan: Irish Post, August 25, 2014

'Smartass' reservists made Braveheart a success: Irish Examiner, September 8, 2014

'Jimmy's Hall' is a subdued story of Irish activist Jimmy Gralton: Los Angeles Times

Journey back through the works of Irish filmmakers McDonagh and O'Sullivan: Irish Post, August 25, 2014

Irish weather was glorious for the filming of Saving Private Ryan and Spielberg wasn't happy:

Harry Potter's Evanna Lynch is just as fanciful in real life:, July 29, 2014

Walt Disney asked to meet Eamon de Valera – to talk about leprechauns: Irish Independent

Hollywood eyes film about the Dundrum man who helped expose flash traders: Sunday Independent

'Moone Boy – The Blunder Years' and 'The Imaginary': New York Times

Game of Thrones – Kit Harington apologises for joke about Belfast tourism: BBC

Jonathan Rhys Meyers moving back to Ireland?: Hamilton Spectator

Oscar-nominated director – Irish people's attitude to film 'post-colonial': The Irish Times

Live the 'Game of Thrones' fantasy in Co Down: The Irish Times

Studio where Bond was filmed sets up base in Ireland: Irish Independent

Irish is lingua franca in Cannes: Irish Echo

Movie stars are a fickle bunch – Liam: Evening Herald

Protected status for Quiet Man cottage: Connacht Tribune

Irish actor treads carefully when playing a Newfoundlander in Canadian comedy: Winnipeg Free Press, May 24, 2014

Saoirse Ronan (20) – 'It's hard to get a good role now I'm older': Evening Herald

'Better Call Saul' star's long road from Tipperary to Tinseltown: Irish Independent

Kate Mulgrew calls herself 'a born survivor': Toronto Star

Cillian Murphy – 'I'll never go to bed hungry again for a movie': Sunday Independent, April 26, 2014

Fassbender's hunger for acting inspired by film director Steve McQueen: Irish Mirror, May 2, 2014

'Quiet Man' cottage to be protected structure: Irish Examiner

Abrams praise for Star Wars actor Gleeson: Irish Examiner

Yann Demange goes for bold in Northern Ireland-set feature debut "'71": Los Angeles Times

Fifty Shades of actor, model and musician Jamie Dornan: Sunday Independent

Jamie Dornan to play Irish UN war hero in new film: Irish Independent

Kit Harington talking our city down? No, he did us a favour: Belfast Telegraph

'71 Tensely Recalls the Troubles in Ireland: Village Voice

I won't be doing any more films – Brenda Fricker: Evening Herald, August 14, 2014

Boogaloo and Graham – Why this modest little film is captivating audiences around the world: Belfast Telegraph

Game of Thrones stars hail 'immensely beautiful' Northern Ireland as top filming location: Belfast Telegraph

Jamie Dornan set to star in Irish film about Congo bought by Netflix: Irish Independent

Oscar Wilde Awards Honoree Carrie Fisher Has Plenty in Common With Wilde: Variety

Maureen O'Hara's Corker on the coast: John Wayne's screen sweetheart sells dramatic villa with views to die for: Daily Mail

On Movies – For Branagh, a welcome departure: Philadelphia Inquirer

The great Irish famine sitcom – a comedy hot potato?: The Guardian

Review – O'Connell leads gripping Belfast thriller '71':

Game of Thrones – Green light for £14 million Belfast film studios: Belfast Telegraph

No imaginary friend, but O'Dowd used to talk to a brick: Irish Examiner

The Jamie Dornan I (almost) knew...: Daily Telegraph

Irish Animators in a Strange Land (Los Angeles): New York Times

Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk talks Irish roots, and teases return of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman: Irish Independent

My parents are so proud of me, says Eve Hewson: Irish Examiner, August 9, 2014

Saoirse Ronan's Breakout Is Finally Happening: Huffington Post

Carrie Fisher to Be Honored at Oscar Wilde Awards: Hollywood Reporter

The furry victims of hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones: Irish Independent

Maureen O'Hara Lists Seaside Spread in County Cork, Ireland: Variety

Breaking Bad star 'falls in love' with Emerald Isle: Irish Examiner

'Brooklyn' is more than a conventional tear-jerker: New York Post

Game of Thrones chose Northern Ireland over Scotland and it still hurts: Belfast Telegraph

Stephen Colbert – One Last Report (It's Genealogical): Irish America

More than 20,000 sign petition against Channel 4 sitcom on Great Famine: Irish Independent

Actor reveals anguish over treatment of gay brother: Irish News

Magical spell of Co Antrim's Dark Hedges – 'Haunted' lane familiar to Game Of Thrones fans up for award: Belfast Telegraph

Fifty Shades star Jamie Dornan the latest Northern Ireland native to gets subtitle treatment on TV: Belfast Telegraph

Neeson's gun control comments spark calls for boycott:

You're not the man to lecture us Liam: Evening Herald

George Clooney's kin driven out of Ireland by neighbours: Sunday Independent

The dawning of Dornan – why we can't get enough of Jamie Dornan: London Evening Standard

Animator Tomm Moore lives the dream with a 'Song' in his heart: Los Angeles Times

Oscars 2015 – Tomm Moore's Song of the Sea gets nod: The Irish Times

'Song of the Sea' by director Tomm Moore is a wonder to behold: Los Angeles Times

What are you like? Maureen O'Hara answers some personal questions: Irish Voice/

By George! Clooney's Irish ancestry revealed – his family made carpets for the Titanic: Irish Independent

Jamie Dornan 'gambling with career' with Fifty Shades of Grey role: Sunday Telegraph

Pierce Brosnan – 'I was never good enough as Bond': Daily Telegraph, April 12, 2014

Moone Boy: the Blunder Years by Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy – review: The Guardian

Neeson cries us a river from across the pond: Evening Herald

Good Vibes for Terri Hooley – Music stars including Snow Patrol's Nathan Connolly and Bronagh Gallagher turn out for benefit in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Michael Fassbender ranks in the top 10 of bankable stars: Evening Herald

Colin Farrell's biggest interview regret? Mentioning heroin in a Playboy interview: Irish Independent, November 29, 2013

Irish writer scripts Sarah Jessica Parker's new show: Sunday Independent

After the Ring, a Life on the Screen – Former Boxer John Duddy Hopes for Success as an Actor: New York Times

Roma Downey talks about bringing 'Women of the Bible' to life: Toledo Blade

Oscar winning Maureen O'Hara speaks about her life as a Hollywood legend: Irish Voice/

Once crumbling Ulster country pile is now favoured location for film crews: Belfast Telegraph

Liam Neeson – 'I've never been more nervous than when singing in front of Julie Andrews': The Guardian

Maureen O'Hara accepts her first Oscar in Los Angeles: The Irish Times

James Nesbitt – He's all over the screen, and winning rave reviews: Belfast Telegraph

Skellig Wars – State rebuffs Unesco: Irish Examiner

Liam Neeson slams Bill de Blasio's proposal to ban horse carriages: New York Daily News

Thrones generates £8.6m publicity: Belfast Telegraph

Maureen O'Hara – I wasn't going to play the whore: Daily Telegraph

Actress Maureen O'Hara's nephew pays damages to Carolyn Murphy: BBC

Derry is a "shining city" says Paul Greengrass: Derry Journal

Brendan Gleeson's road to 'Calvary' may lead to Oscar: Los Angeles Times

Ireland's Cartoon Saloon Flies With 'Ellie the Ace': Variety

Mayor de Blasio ignoring Liam Neeson's invite to tour stable: New York Daily News, March 4, 2014

Nesbitt stays true to his Ulster roots: Londonderry Sentinel

I almost became a lawyer – Cillian Murphy: Irish Independent

Hollywood A-lister O'Dowd is toast of Co Roscommon: Irish News

The Quiet Man cottage set to be preserved: Connacht Tribune

Freedom of County Roscommon for Chris O'Dowd: RTE

Saoirse Ronan 'absolutely extraordinary' in Brooklyn lead role – author Colm Toibin: Irish Independent

Chris O'Dowd to receive freedom of his home county: Daily Express

'71 review – nail-biting action thriller set during the Troubles: The Guardian

Dracula Untold – New map for film fans to help them follow blood trail: Belfast Telegraph

'Life's a Breeze' charms with Fionnula Flanagan: Los Angeles Times

'They were free settlers but I'd have preferred if they were convicts!' – Nicole Kidman chats to about her Irish ancestry and her new film: Irish Independent

'Calvary' could mark a signature role in Brendan Gleeson's career: Los Angeles Times

A terrible beauty is born on screen with 1916 movie: Limerick Leader

Robin Williams turned himself into Mrs Doubtfire in Dublin garden to thank Irish family: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson worries about doing a film around 'another f***ing phone call': Sunday Independent

Brendan O'Carroll's Who Do You Think You Are? – 'one of the best ever episodes in the show's 10 year history': Irish Independent

How Game Of Thrones sparked Northern Ireland property scramble: Belfast Telegraph

'Quiet Man' cottage needs State protection: Connacht Tribune

Maureen O'Hara tipped for Oscars lifetime award: Irish Examiner

'Ireland you are wonderful, love the people' tweets Mark Hamill as Star Wars crew depart after filming on Skellig Michael: Sunday World

His Turn With the Past – John Michael McDonagh Carves His Own Niche With 'Calvary': New York Times

What's in a name? James Joyce and a rare, misspelt encounter: Sunday Independent

Joseph O'Neill – 'It's not my fault if every time I sit down to write, something big happens!': The Observer

Celebrating famous Seamus: Irish Independent (Editorial), April 23, 2014

Star Wars in row with Unesco after film shoot takes over protected Irish island during key breeding season for rare birds: Daily Mail

Reel Talk with Liam Neeson – Back on our screens, this time voicing an animated raccoon in Nut Job: Irish Mirror

Two sons of Ireland contemplate the meaning of 'Calvary': Boston Globe

Skellig expert hits out at filming on 'last bastion of Christianity': Irish Independent

War of words over Star Wars filming on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Force is strong in Skellig Michael as director JJ Abrams jets in: Irish Independent

Brendan Gleeson Forces Us to Care About His Catholic Priest in Calvary: Village Voice

Brendan O'Carroll's tears as he learns how his grandad was shot dead: Irish Mirror

Bono's girl Eve to join Spielberg and Hanks in new film: Irish Independent

Bird wars and 'Star Wars' on Skellig Michael: The Irish Times

Irishwoman inspires new 'CSI' spin-off: Irish Independent

US-based Colm to take on Irish films: Evening Herald

Fassbender delighted at home role: Evening Herald, April 15, 2014

A little dose of quality TV redemption could be just the role Colin Farrell needs: Evening Herald

An Irishman's Diary on the man who inspired 'On the Waterfront': The Irish Times

Liam Neeson's flying visit home with US camera crew in tow as actor's life and times focus of documentary: Belfast Telegraph, January 4, 2014

Down but not out – Pierce Brosnan explains how he made it through the deaths of his wife and adopted daughter: New York Daily News

Brendan Gleeson – sins of the fathers: The Guardian

Ballyglunin, Co. Galway – The Quiet Man train station, and floods of happy memories: Irish Voice/

Freedom of Dublin city request for Maureen O'Hara: Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan: The Grand Budapest Hotel cast was like being part of an amazing family: Daily Mirror

Game of Thrones staff happy in Belfast – HBO boss sorry for panning city: Belfast Telegraph

Biopic and black comedy tackle church, politics, power in Ireland: The Observer

Colm Meaney set for Oscar Wilde role: Irish Independent

'Game of Thrones' star urged to keep acting by creator: Irish Examiner

Belfast mayor hits back at Game of Thrones TV boss who says it's 'not the most cosmopolitan of cities to spend half the year': Daily Mail

Daniel Day-Lewis to be knighted by Queen Elizabeth: The Irish Times

Previous Next 'I was abused – now I'm tackling it on TV': Gabriel Byrne's had painful personal experience of the murky world at the heart of his new drama: Daily Mail

HBO executive less than glowing about Belfast: BBC

Jimmy's Hall, review – 'exasperatingly thin': Daily Telegraph

'Jimmy's Hall' is a fine film but Irish society wasn't as black and white as Loach depicts: Irish Independent

Irish Harry Potter star Evanna Lynch leaves the innocence of Luna Lovegood far behind in new film thriller: Irish Independent

An interview with Chris O'Dowd, the homeless Tony nominee: New York Post

How Newfoundland seduced Brendan Gleeson: Toronto Star

Irish ridicule of priests 'ludicrous' – Brendan Gleeson: Irish Catholic

Putting the Catholic Church in Its Place: Counter Punch

Ken Loach – 'Sack film critics and get ordinary punters in': The Guardian

Fassbender – Steve McQueen changed my life: Irish Examiner

Miss Julie – Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain share kiss at Castle Coole in Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph

Emotional blackmail on the Emerald Isle – Jimmy's Hall by Ken Loach: New Statesman

Gabriel Byrne on Quirke: 'He is more at home among the dead than with the living': Daily Express

Steve Urbon – Irish sister city to celebrate 'Moby-Dick,' then dissolve government:

Jim Sheridan plans film about Lockerbie bombing: The Guardian

Liam Neeson narrates short film about New York's history with horses: New York Daily News

Hollywood's Hardest Working Actor May Finally Get His Big Break: Buzzfeed

Force is with Brendan Gleeson's son Domhnall as he lands 'Star Wars' role: Irish Independent

Fassbender – Training for '300' made me physically ill: Irish Examiner

Jamie Dornan – 'I'd like to stop tying women up': The Guardian

Saoirse Ronan 'almost missed out on an Oscar nomination': Irish Independent

Saoirse dreams of being Jean in Riverdance: Evening Herald

Angela Lansbury: 'Ireland move saved kids' lives': Daily Express

Colin Farrell 'moved' by Ger McDonnell's K2 film: Limerick Leader

Pupils starstruck as Michael Fassbender pops in to his old school: Irish Independent

Think you look Irish? Canada-UK co-production needs extras of all ages for film set in 1950s: Montreal Gazette

Chris O'Dowd interview – 'Fame hasn't changed me. But it's changed everybody around me': Daily Telegraph

'Game of Thrones' writers met as students in Trinity: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson quits drinking: Daily Express

Fifty Shades of Jamie Dornan: exclusive interview: Daily Telegraph

Game of Thrones real coup for Northern Ireland's image and economy: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

From hellraiser to Hollywood quiet man for Colin Farrell: Irish Examiner

Pierce Brosnan thanks Irish genes for his age-resistant looks: Irish Examiner

Hunger: A mood piece with impressive historical balance:

Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan to star in Belfast-shot Christmas movie: Irish Mirror

Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role to marry Natasha Richardson: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson's distinctive tones in new tourism ad to promote Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Irish-language film 'honoured' by Tribeca nod: Irish Independent

When Seamus met Billy: Belfast Telegraph

Wave of interest in 'Game of Thrones' film site – Ballintoy Harbour: Ballymoney Times

Gabriel Byrne says Government 'paying lip-service' to arts: The Irish Times

Chris O'Dowd, the Irish actor best known for his role as Roy in the IT Crowd, talks love family and nicknames: Daily Mail, January 26, 2014

Chris O'Dowd refuses to let HBO's bad news dampen his spirits: Irish Independent, January 28, 2014

Irish actor Jamie Dornan embraces Christian Grey for Fifty Shades role: Irish Independent, January 28, 2014

Irish author Emma Donoghue's 'Room' to be made into movie: Irish Independent, September 5, 2013

Liam Neeson: 'It's nice to beat up people in movies': Daily Telegraph

Neeson recalls flight nightmare: Belfast Telegraph

Chris O'Dowd – From Bridesmaids to Broadway: The Independent

Gleeson dedicates film role to Ireland's 'good' priests: The Irish Times

'Jaws' star Dreyfuss jets into capital for festival screening of new movie: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson opens up about wife Natasha Richardson's death:

Farrell – Julie film was 'ruining': Sunday Independent

Liam fumes over NYC horse ban plan: Irish Independent

Woman behind 'Philomena' story steps into spotlight for two campaigns: Los Angeles Times

East Belfast veteran recalls story behind Clooney's Hollywood blockbuster: The News Letter

Colin Farrell admits romantic relationship with late Hollywood star Elizabeth Taylor: Irish Independent

I never tell my wife Dawn about my kissing scenes admits Moone Boy star Chris O'Dowd: Irish Independent

O'Dowd's doubts over Calvary film: Irish Independent

Will Ferrell Proud of Irish Roots: Las Vegas Guardian Express

Gleeson's Guard becomes the musician for national tour: Irish Independent

Fr Ted's undie store to join tourists' trail: Evening Herald

Chris O'Dowd – from TV nerd to unlikely heartthrob… to Broadway leading man: The Observer

I'm not such a blow-in now, says 'Corkman' Jeremy: Irish Independent

I pretended dad was a doctor – Bono's girl: Evening Herald

The Quiet Man – On the Heels of Nebraska, a Sensitive Will Forte Proves His Worth Yet Again: New York Observer

The Irish are coming – U2 and Fassbender lead Oscar charge: Irish Independent

Bono's girl takes to the snowy streets of New York for new role: Irish Independent

What Ireland has to offer is 'gold dust', Jeremy Irons tells Cork People of the Year event: The Irish Times

Searching for Philomena's Real Son – Behind 'Philomena,' the True Story of Michael Hess: New York Times

Fassbender showed early flair for drama: Irish Examiner

Happy new year as Disney's 'Snow White' to feature Irish priest's song: Irish Independent

Peter O'Toole – actor, Irishman of distinction, antique lover: Palm Beach Daily News

Cruise 'open' to acting as Irish film ambassador: Irish Examiner

Roma derived strength from her parents to conquer US television: Londonderry Sentinel

Neil Jordan – the day I saw the generous side of Seamus Heaney: The Irish Times

The night Peter O'Toole, Richard Harris and Richard Burton were drinking in Wexford ...with Pecker Dunne playing the music: Wexford People

O'Toole's ashes coming 'home': Evening Herald

Peter O'Toole – One of us: Irish Examiner (Editorial)

A silent Irish past: Deccan Herald

Roma Downey – Northern Ireland's golden girl: Belfast Telegraph

'Moone Boy' drives turnaround in fortunes of Ardmore Studios: Irish Examiner

Saoirse Ronan 'fell in love' with first boyfriend during filming of new movie: Irish Independent

What You Should Know About Sir Kenneth Branagh: Vanity Fair

Nuns say critical scene in 'Philomena' was made up: The Irish Times

Game of Thrones key to Northern Ireland tourism plan: BBC

Gabriel Byrne – 'Corporations Are the New Dictators': Hollywood Reporter

Anjelica Huston re-lives her youth in new memoir: Asbury Park Press

Low-budget Irish show nominated for Emmy: Irish Examiner

Michael Fassbender – I long for the Kerry countryside: Irish Post

Judi's emotional Irish journey: Irish News

Nasty Nuns Can't Shake a Faith: New York Times

Q and A with Irish Downton Abbey star Allen Leech: Daily Mail

What You Should Know About Sir Kenneth Branagh: Vanity Fair

Derry Roma's Son of God for the big screen: Derry Journal

I forgive the nuns who stole my boy: Played by Judi Dench in a heart-rending new film, PHILOMENA LEE reveals the search for her love child who was given away to strangers: Daily Mail

Graham Norton talks a great game on BBC America: San Luis Obispo Tribune

As Bridesmaids turned into a worldwide hit, I was sitting there broke in LA, says Chris O'Dowd: Irish Independent

Fassbender won't chase Oscar nod: Irish Independent

The Ronan empire: Philadelphia Daily News

Fassbender hoping for Oscar nod: Irish Independent

Depp and Murphy enjoy drop of the black stuff in Ireland: BBC

Kenneth Branagh, Seamus Heaney and Brian Kennedy on what it's really like to be from Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

How I helped Philomena track down her son sold by cruel nuns: It's the film about a toddler torn from his mother that is reducing grown men to tears... but the REAL story will haunt you forever: Daily Mail

'Philomena' misleading and doesn't tell whole truth – nuns: Irish Independent

'Chris is far too honest, but that's why they love him' – Dawn O'Porter: Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan, Hollywood's Leading Lady in Waiting: New York Times

Hollywood beckons as Irish designer prepares for Oscars red carpet: Irish Examiner, February 19, 2013

Chris O'Dowd to play Irish sports journalist in Lance Armstrong biopic: The Irish Times

Ardmore is the physical heart of the Irish film industry: Irish Examiner

'Quiet Man' statue moves iconic film's leading lady: Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan: Dad needs Scots role: Belfast Telegraph

US viewers in for a treat as Neven show finds new 'Home': Irish Independent

Review – A family faces crisis in the muted 'I Used to Be Darker': Los Angeles Times

Meaney is new gaffer of Pele film: Evening Herald

In an ancient Ulster forest, the Prince of Darkness stirs: Belfast Telegraph

Fleeing Her Troubles for a Host of New Ones: New York Times

Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings Dracula to life in Dublin crypt: The Irish Times

Mrs Brown actor hits out at critics: Irish Independent

We're not leaving Northern Ireland, says 'Game of Thrones' exec: Irish Examiner

Fassbender tipped for Oscar glory: Evening Herald

Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings Dracula to life in Dublin crypt: The Irish Times

Mrs Brown actor hits out at critics: Irish Independent

Saoirse helps Jordan firm to €1.8m profits: Evening Herald

Why 40 holds no fears for Cillian Murphy: Irish Independent

'I have no celebrity status' – Saoirse Ronan's ability to hide her fame in the US will soon be no more: Irish Independent

Binevenagh Mountain provided the scenic backdrop for Game of Thrones ... but now these cliffs could be home to 21 wind turbines: Belfast Telegraph

Irishman claims his idea for 'The Voice' was stolen: Irish Independent

The Troubles of a one-eyed man: The Age (Melbourne)

Eddi Reader reveals great uncle's life as IRA chief: The Scotsman

Cong turns back time for 'Quiet Man' memorial: Irish Independent

Chris O'Dowd to narrate Derry company's 'Puffin Rock': Derry Journal

I was mistaken for a hobo – Cillian: Evening Herald

Puppy love – how Hollywood royalty fell for the charms of Joe's farm: Irish Independent

Saoirse Ronan Learned Her American Accent From Watching 'Seinfeld': Hollywood Reporter

Fast profit for Michael Fassbender thanks to Hollywood hit: Irish Independent

'It was almost a Taliban-esque society' – Gabriel Byrne goes crashing into the past in 'Quirke': Independent on Sunday

Mayo supporter Chris O'Dowd breaks a leg partying in Dublin: Irish Independent

The shocking story of Brendan O'Carroll, creator of Mrs Brown's boys: Irish Mirror

'I wake up in the morning with a smile on my face': The News Letter

Welcome to the home of Game of Thrones: Belfast Telegraph

Crooner Bing 'was proud of Irish roots': Irish Independent

Dylan Moran signs deal with US TV network to write and star in pilot: Irish Examiner

Conan O'Brien, Chad Hurley to Be Feted at Irish in Film Event (Exclusive): Hollywood Reporter

Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis discuss movie about Daniel O'Connell: Irish Voice/

Saoirse bares all and puckers up in steamy role for World War 3 flick: Evening Herald

Michael Fassbender's Secret Weapon - TV Trivia: Huffington Post

Folk legend Finbar chases dream role as Affleck's dad in mob film: Evening Herald

About Time – Domhnall Gleeson on being Richard Curtis's new leading man: Daily Telegraph

Busy Ottawa actor Donal Logue diving into three very different roles: Ottawa Citizen

I'm really a nerd, says Fassbender: Evening Herald

Bronze statues to honour stars of 'Quiet Man': Irish Independent

Hanks puts flight on hold to see hurling: Irish Examiner

Sam Neill: The actor on growing up in Northern Ireland, surviving 145mph winds and going gang-busting: Independent on Sunday

Bono's girl Eve premieres two flicks at Toronto film festival: Evening Herald

Irishwoman to direct Dench in film of Dahl children's classic: Evening Herald

Former Irish hellraiser Colin Farrell says yoga helps him 'stay away from cocaine and whisky': Daily Mail

Hanks as your host . . . it's the luck of the Irish: Irish Independent

Disney to make movie of Irish author's smash-hit novel 'Artemis Fowl': The Irish Times

O'Hara's fired PA hires Belfast lawyer to the stars for libel case: Sunday Independent

Neeson one of Tinseltown's biggest earners: The Sun

Liam Neeson presented with Belfast Ambassador award: The News Letter

Pierce Brosnan still knows how to dream: Detroit News

An Irish Schoolboy Gets By With a Little Help From His Imaginary Friend: New York Times

Kevin Dillon wants G-Mac cameo in Entourage movie: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson offered $20 million for 'Taken 3' – may join the highest paid actors in the world: Irish Voice/

Roma Downey – It's seen a lot of changes but Derry's still my kind of town: Belfast Telegraph

Whiskey Sour – Irish Conspiracy Thriller Shadow Dancer Fails to Thrill: New York Observer

Quiet Man my top film – Wayne's daughter: Evening Herald

Hollywood goes wild for Irish baby names – the top ten girls and boys names: Irish Voice/

Short Film, Coward, Dramatizes Northern Irish Soldiers' Experience in WWI: Irish America

'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' director Ken Loach to film in Ireland:

Dracula movie from Universal Pictures to be filmed in Northern Ireland: BBC

First Minister dodges GOT 'spoilers': UTV Internet

They're Called 'Troubles' for a Reason: New York Times

Cult punk film revives hunt for Ulster arsonist: The Guardian

UCC honorary doctorate 'a proper thrill' for broadcaster Graham Norton: The Irish Times

Fan of 'The Quiet Man' pays €300,000 for pub made famous by iconic film: Irish Independent

Bollywood Blockbuster 'One Nenokkadine' to Shoot in Ireland this Month, with Belfast's Causeway Pictures: IFTN

Saoirse lands role as Mary Queen of Scots: Irish Independent

Sminky Shorts creator puts TV series in the frame, like: Irish Examiner

Could Northern Ireland host the next Hollywood?: The Independent

Loach to make film about Irish deportee Jim Gralton: The Irish Times

Star Wars to film in the Burren in 2014: Clare People

Maureen O'Hara visits birthplace of friend John Wayne in last public outing: The Irish Times

Pierce Brosnan warns against game and movie violence: The Sun

Ireland's new hero laid bare: Sunday Express

$104 million Brian Boru biopic set to be filmed in Ireland in 2014: Irish Voice/

Shoestring Irish comedy wows US festival: Evening Herald

What Are You Like? Fionnula Flanagan: Irish America

Colin Farrell hates the idea of owning a gun: Irish Voice/

Saoirse Ronan interview for The Host: 'there was a lot of romance': Daily Telegraph

Daniel Day-Lewis recounts family trauma as he makes impassioned plea for hospice care at Ireland Fund Gala: Irish Voice/

Graham Norton – the making of a national treasure: Daily Telegraph

Review – Devices Of Detachment 'Powerful and poetic reminder of the past': Belfast Telegraph

Pierce Brosnan: "I didn't think I'd find love again, now I live the life of Riley and have a belly": Daily Mirror

Farrell's back on Irish soil for steamy servant role with posh Jessica: Evening Herald

Maureen O'Hara files legal papers against her lawyer in ongoing financial wrangle: Irish Voice/

In the director's chair – injured Jordan refuses to miss 'Byzantium' premiere: Irish Independent

Fassbender to play Macbeth in film?: Irish Independent

Tribeca – How 'SNL' Star Will Forte Wound Up Terrified in Rural Ireland: Hollywood Reporter

Tom Cruise revels in 'extraordinary' depth of his Irishness: The Irish Times

Hollywood legend Gene Kelly was proud of Irish passport, widow tells Dublin crowd: Irish Voice/

Cillian Murphy lands role on Johnny Depp flick Transcendence: Irish Independent

The 'Game of Thrones' tourists: The Irish Times

Liam – I'm decanting days until I see Nat: Irish Sun

All-action Neeson sets sights on Bonnie and Clyde: Irish Examiner

Brosnan keen on film bond with son: Irish Independent

Pierce Brosnan: charm is all he needs: The Irish Times

Brendan O'Carroll reveals time spent as butler to Margaret Thatcher: Irish Independent

Pierce Brosnan – The tragic death of my wife helped me prepare for my latest role: Daily Express

Rising star Saoirse destined to leave lasting impact on Tinseltown: Irish Independent

New film celebrates Irish 'queen of Paraguay': The Irish Times

Freeze frame – the day our Colin got bike fan Daniel Day-Lewis to star in his film: Belfast Telegraph

Wartime movie being filmed in Co Down: UTV Internet

Farrell's back on Irish soil for steamy servant role with posh Jessica: Evening Herald

Game of Thrones cast 'get dirty' in NI: UTV Internet

Chris O'Dowd inspired by Commitments for role in The Sapphires: Toronto Star

Tom Cruise's Irish ancestry stretches back 800 years to Strongbow: The Irish Times

Actor Milo O'Shea (86) dies in New York: The Irish Times

When the kissing has to start, Saoirse just wants to know how long to carry on: Evening Herald

What it's like being married to a mobster, an oil tycoon and Abraham Lincoln... by wife of Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis: Daily Mail

The great honour that is most certainly not beyond our Ken ...: Belfast Telegraph, June 20, 2012

Boyle to honour Chris O'Dowd and Paul Young: Leitrim Observer

Monroe star James Nesbitt on why his TV odyssey round the land of his birth will shatter a few of the old clichés: Daily Mail

Best actor of all time? Don't be daft, says Daniel after third Oscar: Irish Independent

'Proud day' as Neeson awarded freedom of borough: Irish News

Daniel Day-Lewis' love for Ireland born from his talented father's affection: Irish Voice/

The Perks of Being Saoirse Ronan, Star of The Host:

My brother Daniel Day-Lewis won't talk to me any more: Daily Telegraph

Lindsay Lohan destroyed Irish couture gown after charity event: Irish Voice/

Quiet Man pub creates some noise in bid war: Evening Herald

I almost quit over epic movie flop, says Colin: Evening Herald

Pierce Brosnan honoured at Irish university: Daily Express

How Lucasfilm's Kathleen Kennedy Is Going To Ensure The New 'Star Wars' Is Still Awesome: Belfast Telegraph

Daniel Day-Lewis' Sister Pays Tribute After Historic Oscar Win: Daily Star

He's just a nice guy who likes a pint in our local: Evening Herald

Jim Sheridan – Colin Farrell was almost the 'next mess up': Winnipeg Free Press

DeVito makes most of Dublin trip with night in Chapter One: Evening Herald

Love/Hate on way to US after 'heads turned': Irish Independent

Chris O'Dowd gushes about Ireland 'I would be nothing if it wasn't for the town where I grew up': Irish Voice/

Story that inspired 'The Quiet Man' goes on display: Irish Examiner

True believers [Roma Downey]: The Irish Times

Chris O'Dowd picks up an actor oscar from Australia: Sligo Weekender

First get Michael Fassbender for your film. Then give him a giant comedy head: The Irish Times

Irish studio animated about Emmy success despite mix-up: Irish Examiner

Reilly – Gleeson is like another dad: York Press

I didn't flee stage after seeing my father's ghost, says Daniel Day-Lewis: London Evening Standard, October 26, 2012

James Joyce biopic a play on words: The Irish Times

Watch out Colin, rising stars are hot on your heels: Evening Herald

Liam Neeson considers return to stage:

Irish actress lands leading role in major US television series: Irish Independent

Neeson – 'I'm proud to be a Ballymena man': Ballymena Times

Field – Day-Lewis deserves awards: Belfast Telegraph

The film star and her fascist father: Sunday Independent

Irish designer to wow Oscars: Irish Examiner

Liam Neeson returns to North to get freedom of Ballymena: The Irish Times

Gabriel Byrne admits his Gathering attack was 'too strong': Irish Independent

Driven to his wit's end: Irish Examiner, October 14, 2011

Liam Neeson is cutting it just fine ahead of hometown honour: Belfast Telegraph

"Lincoln" Opens in Daniel Day-Lewis's Adopted Ireland. Spielberg Offered Drama Instruction Free.:

Saoirse lands star role in 'Twilight' follow-up flick: Irish Examiner

Monty plans to rescue 200 'grimy' Irishmen: Irish Examiner, December 8, 2012

Fans of Neeson can see ceremony on big screen: Irish News

Irish movies go down a storm at Sundance: The Irish Times

'Like Dog Day Afternoon – only in Belfast': The News Letter, May 25, 2012

Iconic 'Quiet Man' pub sale sparks US interest: Irish Independent


For millions, Colm Wilkinson's the true Jean Valjean: Toronto Globe and Mail

Sheridan bemoans state of Hollywood film-making: The Irish Times

The Irish side of 'Star Trek': Irish Voice/, May 8, 2009

Spielberg in Dublin today for premiere of 'Lincoln': Sunday Independent

No matter how many Oscars he wins, Daniel Day-Lewis will always be my baby brother who hid fish pie in his pocket: Daily Mail

After 30 Years, Neil Jordan Returns To 'The Past':

Day-Lewis only took 'Lincoln' role after Neeson call: Irish Independent

Local boy makes good on hospice pledge as 'Lincoln' premiere to raise over €150,000: The Irish Times

Fassbender saddles up for cowboy role: Evening Herald

O'Dowd vocalises his secret to Hollywood success: Irish Examiner

Scorsese – 'Quiet Man' kiss is one of cinema's best: Irish Examiner

Colin Farrell to be honoured at Oscars:

O'Dowd backs 'Walk of Fame' for O'Connell Street: Evening Herald

'Ripper' star has sights on Hollywood: Irish Independent

'I feel a little schizophrenic': Rooney Mara chats about her diverse career and reveals her natural beauty in stunning Vogue shoot: Daily Mail

Sex has lost its sanctity, says Neeson: Sunday Independent

Kerry filmmaker head over heels to be Oscar nominee: Irish Examiner

Megan Fox – Chris O'Dowd is a comic genius: The Sun

Day-Lewis in hunt for Golden Globe: Irish Independent

TG4 plans to remake classic US sitcom Cheers in Irish: The Sun

Passing the Bar – Ireland to Get Its Own Version of 'Cheers':

A Place for the Hopeless to Spin Their Wheels: New York Times

Steven Spielberg wants to make another movie in Ireland: The Sun

Chris O'Dowd – My luck won't last: Belfast Telegraph

Keith Lemon to shoot new feature film in Belfast: The News Letter

Jack Foley and the Art of Sound:

'I suffered from depression for 50 years' – Oscar-winner Brenda Fricker admits to being broke and lonely: Daily Mail, October 23, 2012

'It really makes me think about becoming a Muslim' – Liam Neeson considers converting to Islam following trip to Istanbul: Daily Mail

Will Liam Neeson invite Robert De Niro to his Ballymena party?: Belfast Telegraph

Larry Hagman was 'unforgettable' on day he met 4,500 Irish fans: Irish Independent

Doc recalls movie pioneers' Kerry trips: Irish Echo, November 2, 2011

Saoirse Ronan tipped for Disney role: RTE

The Hollywood star who dropped in out of the sky: BBC, June 29, 2012

'I almost broke in half when he took his first steps' – Colin Farrell opens up on nine-year-old son James' disabilities: Daily Mail

I'm perfectly normal, says McDonagh: Belfast Telegraph

Conan O'Brien encourages those with Irish ancestry to join The Gathering: Irish Voice/

Daniel Day-Lewis faces criticism for giving a voice to Abraham Lincoln: Daily Telegraph

Chris O'Dowd filming new BBC comedy: Irish Post

Daniel Day-Lewis – extraordinary man of many parts: The Observer

Sir Kenneth Branagh declared his knighthood as the pinnacle of 'one hell of a year': Daily Mail

'I love being Downton's most hated' -- Siobhan: Irish Independent

O'Dowd wants to return to Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph

New view of Irish icon Maureen O'Hara: Montreal Gazette

Stephen Rea – I'm thrilled to see the film industry coming to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Liam Neeson accepts freedom of Ballymena: The News Letter

Irish Studios Have a Moment in Clover: New York Times

Neeson freedom honour set to go smoothly: Ballymena Times

New king of Comedy? Well, he can make Wills and Kate laugh: As his latest film promises to be a smash, Chris O'Dowd reveals how he won over two royal fans: Daily Mail

Aidan Quinn – Elementary star says you have to learn to live with life’s jokes: Toronto Star

Colin Farrell is down and out in New York as he films scenes for new film Winter's Tale: Daily Mail

Gabriel Byrne: I'll go into politics – if i find the strength: The Sun

Interview – Chris O'Dowd, actor, on dealing with his fame: The Scotsman

He's taken for granted but Colin's a good egg and a great Dublin ambassador: Evening Herald

Exclusive interview with Irish star Cillian Murphy ahead of 'Red Lights': Irish Voice/

Seeking leg only, male amputees: Game of Thrones director places advert for disabled actors: Daily Mail

Fassbender back home for film shoot: Evening Herald

Go ahead Ireland, make my day: The Sun

Chris O'Dowd premiere – New film recalls 'Commitments': The Irish Times

Dawn Porter embraces Irish 'culture' ahead of her wedding to Chris O'Dowd: Irish Independent, March 6, 2012

Hack slings mud at 'pug-ugly low-born Celt': Irish Examiner

Ronan 'honoured' by Maureen O'Hara award: Irish Examiner

Liam Neeson took some persuading to sign up for a sequel to Taken, but a love of his character's old leather jacket helped seal the deal: The Scotsman

Colm Meaney – I have no plans to return to Ireland: The Sun

Neeson talks Taken 2 with RTÉ TEN: RTE

Mischa Barton – Being in Northern Ireland really touches my soul: Belfast Telegraph

James Nesbitt interview: Daily Telegraph

Treasure chests 'Moone Boy' films St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times, September 26, 2012

Over the Moone! He hit it big in Hollywood with Bridesmaids, now Chris O'Dowd's returned to Ireland to make his own oddball sitcom: Daily Mail

Family cries foul on false George Clooney story in South Kilkenny: Kilkenny People

O'Hara's former aide fears for star's wellbeing: Irish Examiner

Edna book reveals wild nights with Mitchum, McCartney and Brando: Irish Independent

Liam Neeson – Action stars envy me: Belfast Telegraph

Emmy Award success for local Game of Thrones sound crew: BBC

O'Hara goes back to US: Irish Examiner

Chris O'Dowd Interview, Moone Boy: Daily Telegraph

This much I know – Chris O'Dowd: The Observer

Gleeson following father's steps into global spotlight: Irish Examiner

Reel deal as Belfast gives warm welcome to Bollywood: Belfast Telegraph

Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson to star in movie together: Irish Independent

Plans afoot in Massachusetts to make a movie of former Anglo Irish boss David Drumm: Irish Voice/

Farrell recalls his Boyzone audition: RTE

When the bad boy turns good: Irish Examiner, August 20, 2011

Actor Nesbitt appeals for disappeared: The News Letter

Colin Farrell: no longer the wild one?: The Observer

Martin Sheen's "Who do you think you are?" doc increased Ireland's tourist numbers: Irish Voice/

Boyle's back on the map and it's all thanks to a star turn on telly: Irish Independent

Controversial Irish Film Links Nazis and IRA: Montreal Gazette

Byrne to star in Banville TV series: Evening Herald

Bono and Ali's daughter gets 'Telephone' for 21st: Irish Examiner

Rhys Meyers' jinx nearly killed Corkman's dream: Irish Examiner

Sad saga of Maureen O'Hara: New York Post

'Quiet Man' cottage to be restored after decades of neglect: Irish Examiner

Hometown hails comedy star Chris O'Dowd as he admits he's over the Moone: Irish Independent

Domhnall Gleeson – 'Handsome is not really where I'm at':

Long lost John Ford movie 'Upstream' to be screened in Dublin: Irish Voice/, June 6, 2012

Proud moment for O'Dowd as TV show premieres in Boyle: Roscommon Herald

'Quiet Man' town has stars in its eyes with Hollywood-style event: Sunday Independent

Colin Farrell brings A-List glitz to Dublin: The Irish Sun

Bono's girl Eve lands new role as her star rises in Hollywood: Evening Herald

Will Ireland be filmmakers' next favourite destination?: New York Daily News

How our Colin got Arnie's muscles: Sunday Independent

Sarah lands dream role as Sleeping Beauty on US show: Evening Herald

Fantasy TV epic spells N Ireland boost: Financial Times

Begorrah! Twilight's new Irish characters get their teeth into lazy stereotype: Evening Herald

Michael Fassbender – Partners should be equal: Belfast Telegraph

Bitter rift breaks Maureen's heart: The 35 years of steadfast friendship and trust between the now-frail legendary star of The Quiet Man and her personal assistant is over – and is heading for a High Court showdown: Irish Mail on Sunday, July 22, 2012

Peter O'Toole bids acting 'a dry-eyed and profoundly grateful farewell': The Guardian

Colin Farrell comes home for famine role: The Sun

I'm a real Casualty of life – Brenda Fricker reveals her harrowing battle with depression and why she attempted suicide 32 times: Daily Mail

Mrs Brown's Boys draws big audience: IrishEcho (Australia)

Cowboys and Colleens – Maureen Dowd: New York Times

New Ross honours Fionnula Flanagan: The Irish Times

"My heart's fit to burst!" Kenneth Branagh joins the ranks of acting knights: Daily Mirror

'Thank God I'm nothing like evil Mrs Bates' – She adored playing Downton's villain but her real life revolves around her family: Daily Mail

John Wayne's birthplace salutes classic Maureen O'Hara movie "The Quiet Man": Irish Voice/

Murphy's law: Irish Examiner, May 28, 2011

Fassbender set to play man behind first Irish talkie: Irish Examiner

'NCIS' actor Chris O'Donnell proudly accepts a Certificate of Irish Heritage: Irish Voice/

Carol Hunt – Honouring 'the ultimate son of the Irish diaspora': Sunday Independent

Birthday girl Saoirse won't be losing the plot: Irish Independent

Punk Hooley in Belfast for 'Good Vibrations' premiere: The Irish Times

Eoghan Harris – John Ford and the Abbey's Protestant Irish patriots: Sunday Independent

Northern Ireland film boom fuelled by Game of Thrones and Belfast punk film:

Saoirse bags lead role in WWI movie: Evening Herald

Gabriel Byrne signs on for History's "Vikings": Chicago Tribune

BBC America's 'Copper' takes on New York crime in the 1860s: Los Angeles Times

Dublin quays to stand in for Whitechapel in Jack the Ripper drama: The Irish Times

Chaplin revelled in Cork gypsy roots: Irish Examiner

Michael Fassbender – the man to take on Brando's mantle: The Observer

'How did I become Hollywood's next big thing?' Chris O'Dowd can't believe his luck...: Daily Mail

Fionnula stands guard for 1916 site: Irish Independent

Irish actress Sarah Bolger lands part in U.S. version of Downton Abbey: Daily Mail

It's Irish location, location, location again for Mel Gibson: Irish Independent

Fiery Maureen O'Hara rejects all claims that she is the victim of elder abuse: Irish Voice/

Brendan Coyle – Downton Abbey's unlikely sex symbol, interview: Daily Telegraph

Give my regards to Ireland: New York Post

Top children's author drawn in by Disney offer: Irish Independent

Boyne now the cat's pyjamas as he joins Hall of Fame greats: Irish Independent

Lionel Shriver – Fighting the war on terror, armed only with irony: Toronto Globe and Mail

Fassbender rocks out when hungover: Belfast Telegraph

Liam Neeson – 'A sex symbol? Flattering, but I don't think so': The Independent

Fassbender dives into role: Irish Examiner

Latino/Irish closeup in new movie 'Babygirl': New York Daily News

No rest for Saoirse as she turns 18 on set of new sci-fi thriller: Evening Herald

Terry Geroge – Now everyone can see the amazing talent Northern Ireland has: Belfast Telegraph

Jack Gleeson swaps 'Game of Thrones' for seat of learning: Irish Independent

Ireland's Hollywood hottie 'can't believe he's a star': Irish Examiner

BBC's 'new Downton' to film in Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph

'Bad living' gave Gleeson edge for pirate adventure: Evening Herald

How Muhammad Ali tried to get in a clinch with Liam Neeson's girlfriend Helen Mirren: Belfast Telegraph

Largest Irish film festival outside of Ireland: Somerville News

Fassbender is our hero, says movie world: Evening Herald

James Dempsey – Seriously, Liam Neeson, Ireland's greatest? I don't wish to sound snobby, but ...: Irish Independent

Game of Thrones returns to Northern Ireland for new series: Belfast Telegraph

O'Faolain documentary charts a life well-lived: The Irish Times

Liam Neeson nearly got coldcocked making 'The Grey': San Jose Mercury News

Movie maestro Terry George takes Oscars for a beach stroll: Belfast Telegraph

Boom time for Boulder as Disney calls: The Irish Times

Brendan O'Carroll's Mrs Brown creation goes global in comic cartoon caper: Irish Independent

Can reality TV save this Irish town?: Toronto Star

West Belfast celebrates Oscar success: Belfast Media

Belfast Oscar winner Terry George returns home: BBC

Liam Neeson always carries survival kit: Belfast Telegraph

Maynooth professor helps Hollywood legend on latest film: Leinster Leader

Fassbender pitches Kingdom as location for Cúchulainn movie: Irish Examiner

Fassbender relieved he waited for fame:

Martin Sheen gets Presidential treatment in Aras: Irish Independent

Glenn Close in Dublin for movie premiere: The Irish Times

Michael Fassbender set to star as legendary Irish warrior Cuchulainn: Coventry Telegraph

Marlon Brando's abandoned Irish comedy gets another chance 17 years after fiasco: Belfast Telegraph

Time to restore "The Quiet Man" cottage: Irish Echo

Pacino hopes to make film in Ireland some day: The Irish Times

Bollywood blockbuster to lure more Indian tourists to Ireland: Irish Examiner

'Who Do You Think You Are?' with Martin Sheen – February 3 Preview:

My First Job – Oscar Nominee Kenneth Branagh:

Twilight creator 'thrilled Saoirse's on board': Irish Examiner

Michael Fassbender set to star as legendary Irish warrior Cuchulainn: Coventry Telegraph

'My pals don't believe me... but I AM George Clooney's cousin': Evening Herald

Hinds is 'amazing' in spine-chiller – Daniel Radcliff: Irish Echo

Ulsterman turned down Raquel Welch: The News Letter

Actor David Kelly dies aged 82: RTE

Method eating? Liam Neeson movie faces boycott after actor admits he ate WOLF STEW to prepare for latest role: Mail on Sunday

Chris O'Dowd's fiancee takes control of wedding: Winnipeg Free Press

Oscar hopeful can teach us all so much: Belfast Media

Jim Sheridan to remake "Into the West" in the United States: Irish Voice/

George Clooney's Irish roots are part of Titanic tale: Irish Independent

'I'm enormously proud of him' – Martin Sheen discovers his uncle's IRA past on Who Do You Think You Are?: Daily Mail

Streep hails new Belfast arts venue as 'architectural gem': The Irish Times

Clooney lays bare his debt to award rival Fassbender: Irish Examiner

John Hurt's brother in monastery here after UK child-abuse caution: Irish Independent

Chris O'Dowd walking on the Moone with new TV shoot: Irish Independent

Wogan resists red carpet treatment in his native city: Irish Examiner

The Guard's John Michael McDonagh on success, roadkill and good priests:

Northern Irish film The Shore makes Oscar shortlist: BBC

Our Terry is up for another Oscar: Belfast Media

US network commissions comedy series from O'Dowd: The Irish Times

Coogan's only codding as he joins Moone cast: Irish Independent

Oscar shorts – An evolution of films about Northern Ireland:

Actor Cunningham 'in a sweat' before working with Spielberg: Irish Independent

Lisburn school with Glee appeal goes viral: BBC

Michael Fassbender – Wanted man: The Independent

New year Glee for Damian: Derry Journal

George Clooney's father to star in TV show on Irish ancestors: Belfast Telegraph

Michael Fassbender:

Flashback – Ciarán Hinds remembers playing Brian Keenan in 1991: Daily Telegraph

New song to welcome George Clooney home: Kilkenny People

Irons to promote 'paradise' Cork as movie location: Irish Examiner

Local group keen to restore Quiet Man cottage to its former glory: Galway Advertiser

Colin Farrell spreads some Christmas cheer as he delivers gifts to children's hospital and spends time with staff and patients: Daily Mail

Pacino to attend Dublin film festival: The Irish Times

Photo collection reveals contrasting lives in Ireland's real Downton Abbeys: Irish Independent

On Location – 'Sons of Anarchy' spreads mayhem across L.A.:

Extras on board for Titanic tale: The Irish Times

It's a tale of two Colins as Irish movie stars meet at last: Irish Independent, February 26, 2011

Riding the Irish documentary wave – all the way to Paris: The Irish Times

Film reveals vision of a carefree Amy Winehouse at remote Irish festival: The Observer

O'Dowd – Christmas plans cause a row: Belfast Telegraph

Irish animator inks Disney deal to toon of €6m: Irish Independent

Irish talent well represented at Golden Globes: Irish Examiner

You've made my day – Clint's joy as movie icons are honoured: Irish Independent

Saoirse in town as Ireland's own 'Royal Academy' opens: Irish Independent, October 22, 2011

The fight for 'Quiet Man' cottage: Sunday Independent

Locals over the Moone as IT guy comes home to put Boyle on the comedy map: Irish Independent

Saoirse getting her fangs into Jordan vampire film: Irish Independent

My Week With Marilyn – Kenneth Branagh interview: Daily Telegraph

Chris O'Dowd – From 'hunchback' to Hollywood heart-throb: Independent on Sunday

'Wire' star pays tributes to wife as he visits alma mater: Irish Independent

Capturing a Tradition, Blow by Blow: New York Times

Handsome Irish Boys in Hollywood:

Literary festival to celebrate seaside town's link with Moby Dick: Irish Examiner

'Sex in an Irish context is really funny': The Irish Times

'Shame's' Michael Fassbender, Steve McQueen on a serious roll: Los Angeles Times

Jordan scouts locations for latest vampire movie: Irish Examiner

Norris tips helped The Wire's West pass TCD test: Evening Herald

Michael Fassbender – Hollywood's New Brando Ascends to the A-list:

Cillian Murphy to Make US Stage Debut in MISTERMAN, 11/30-12/21:

GQ&A – Cillian Murphy:

Steve Carell looks to make music with 'Once' director:

Titanic role for Mr Big – €22m series a boost for Irish industry: The Irish Times

New on TV – Star Trek's Colm Meaney takes on a new time frame in Hell on Wheels: Ottawa Citizen

In 'Moby Dick,' his hometown played New Bedford:

Superhero film snapped up in US: Belfast Telegraph

'Glee' show with leprechaun Damian McGinty a disgrace – Creator Ryan Murphy owes fellow Irish an apology: Irish Voice/

Bookies favour A-listers for Priests' movie roles: Derry Journal

Michael Fassbender on Sexual Deviance in 'A Dangerous Method' and 'Shame': Hollywood Reporter

No love scenes for me, vows teen star Saoirse: Evening Herald

Fassbender and McQueen reunited: Belfast Telegraph

Saoirse to play Sheriff St girl in Jim's biopic: Irish Independent

Meaney of life: Sunday Business Post

The film that changed my life – Brendan Gleeson: The Observer

Ultimate tribute to Irish animators: The Irish Times

Gorgeous George gears up for bike trip around Ireland: Irish Examiner

Sarah's so happy to be in sights of a stalker as movie career takes off: Evening Herald

Terry George Finds Joy in Going Short: East Hampton Star

Rosie O'Donnell says Irish roots trip changed her life forever: Irish Voice/

Saoirse takes a trek through time . . .: Irish Independent

Belfast TV firm helping put US children to bed: Belfast Telegraph

Fry's 'Ros na Run' cameo to be shown on BBC: Irish Independent

Camino de Santiago – Uniting will of spirit, work of flesh: Chicago Sun Times

Jason O'Mara lured back to TV by Fox's sci-fi 'Terra Nova': Boston Herald

Two men: Boston Globe

HBO 'Boardwalk Empire's' mystery IRA man Charlie Fox: Irish Voice/

Fionnula Flanagan to Receive the Steve Brennan Award at L.A. Irish Film Festival:

Why Michael Fassbender is the talk of Venice:

Cast of The Quiet Man to reunite: Irish Examiner

Irish send 'As If I Am Not There' to Oscars: Variety

Irish actor Colm Meaney of Star Trek fame explores homelessness in 'Parked': Washington Post

Life in the Fassbender lane: The Irish Times

Fassbender wins best actor award at Venice Film Festival: The Irish Times

Kerry film-maker's rising star: The Kerryman

Maureen O'Hara in tears in Cong: Western People

From Woodbrook to the White House to McKinley High [Glee]: Derry Journal

Film industry can provide a Hollywood ending to recession: Irish Examiner

Jane Eyre – Michael Fassbender interview: Daily Telegraph

The King of Cong: Irish Examiner

Interview with Brendan Gleeson – Irish cop character in Gleeson's new film displays the pessimistic Irish attitude: Newark Star-Ledger, August 1, 2011

Party guy Colin Farrell reinventing himself: Detroit Free Press

O'Hara to mark Quiet Man's 60th year: Irish Examiner

Not exactly your average teenager: Irish Examiner, July 13, 2011

Brendan Gleeson – 'My sons all roared: "Dad's going to be Mad-Eye Moody. Wa-hey!"': The Observer

Quiet Man star Maureen O'Hara in welcome return to Cong: Western People

Exclusive interview with Irish star of 'X-Men – First Class' Michael Fassbender: Irish Voice/, June 2, 2011

En Garde – An Interview with The Guard Writer & Director John Michael McDonagh: San Diego Reader

Brian Dennehy – Finding the laughter inside the darkness: Toronto Star

Oscar nominee Saoirse's disappointment over Luna Lovegood Role: Drogheda Independent, August 3, 2011

Letting his 'Guard' down – Don Cheadle on his newfound love of Ireland and age-old affection for NYC: New York Daily News

Farrell — my 'insane' success in Hollywood: Evening Herald

Saoirse Ronan on Quentin Tarantino: Daily Telegraph, July 15, 2011

Monster movie brings boost to business in north Donegal: The Irish Times, January 27, 2011

Hollywood star ready to go back on stage after six years: Connacht Sentinel, July 5, 2011

Buddy-Cop Banter With a Brogue: New York Times, July 15, 2011

'The Borgias' – Why Creator Neil Jordan Is Glad He Failed to Get It Made as a Movie: Hollywood Reporter, July 13, 2011

Cillian Murphy – A perfect level of fame?: Irish Independent, July 12, 2011

Gleeson seals deal to shoot O'Brien classic: Irish Independent, July 11, 2011

A plot twist that allowed Russell to fulfil her dream of adopting Irish son: The Irish Times, March 2, 2011

Jiggery-pokery! £2,000 dresses, lashings of fake tan, parents who sacrifice everything for fame-hungry children... The surreal world of Irish dancing: Daily Mail, May 13, 2011

O'Hara's dream role to develop Irish talent: Irish Examiner, December 13, 2010

US comedy star Rosie back to find her Irish roots: Evening Herald, July 2, 2011

Saoirse to take lead in new film by Twilight writer: Evening Herald, May 16, 2011

Day-Lewis family reveals connection with literary giant Yeats: Irish Independent, June 14, 2011

Once director signs Hollywood actress: Sunday Business Post, June 26, 2011

Exclusive interview with 'Bridesmaids' star Chris O'Dowd: Irish Voice/, May 19, 2011

Get jiggy with 'Jig': Boston Herald, June 17, 2011

'Marine' O'Hara praised by US army elite for recruitment-boosting role: Irish Examiner, June 22, 2011

A chat with Michael Fassbender, the new Magneto:, May 30, 2011

Games Thrones second series massive cash boost for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph, June 18, 2011

Sheen's coming back to launch new movie: Evening Herald, June 18, 2011

Quiet Man speaks to all of us: Irish Examiner, June 15, 2011

Movie review – 'Jig': Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2011

Mary Kate Danaher – ' I feel the same way about it myself'..: Galway Advertiser, June 15, 2011

In my library – Gabriel Byrne: New York Post, June 12, 2011

First Irish 'talkie' movie still drawing crowds: The Irish Times, June 13, 2011

Working Hollywood – Tony Roche: Los Angeles Times, June 12, 2011

Gabriel Byrne launches new Imagine Ireland outreach in US: Irish Voice/, May 30, 2011

Style's no act for Saoirse: Sunday Independent, May 22, 2011

I felt like quitting Ireland — but for the first time in a decade I feel there's some hope . . .: Irish Independent, May 28, 2011

Killing Bono: The Irish Times, April 1, 2011

Irish actress lands US role: Irish Examiner, May 17, 2011

For Irish, one is loneliest number: Variety, May 15, 2011

Hollywood hunk Owen to shoot IRA movie here: Evening Herald, May 14, 2011

Irish-made Octonauts set to conquer the US with Disney: Evening Herald, February 24, 2011

O'Hara – 'I am not over 90, I am 90': Irish Examiner, May 10, 2011

We made a sci-fi film for just €4k – and it's big in Arizona: Irish Independent, May 4, 2011

Fraser finds 'Sole' in Ireland: BBC, March 27, 2011

Director's Legacy – Ford's godson donates memorabilia: The Irish Times, April 18, 2011

In praise of… celebrating Kenneth Branagh: The Guardian, May 6, 2011 (Editorial)

Angela Lansbury's dream of a return to her mother's West End roots: The Observer, May 1, 2011

O'Toole cements his reputation as one of Hollywood's greats: Irish Independent, May 2, 2011

My Life In Travel – Niamh Cusack, actress: The Independent, April 2, 2011

'Who is that pretentious loser?': Ottawa Citizen, April 26, 2011

Robert Redford just wanted to remain anonymous in the Dublin restaurant. Then Dickie Rock started singing The Way We Were . . .: Irish Independent, April 23, 2010

'In Treatment' star Gabriel Bryne says he is 'extremely anti-Catholic: Irish Voice/, April 28, 2011

U2 star Larry Mullen Jr's acting debut to grace Cannes: BBC, April 27, 2011

Gabriel Byrne – 'Brooding? I don't even know what that means': The Guardian, April 26, 2011

Actor Danny McBride right at home in the north: Irish Voice/, April 23, 2011

Games of Thrones commissioned for a second series: BBC

Our Saoirse is a surefire A-lister: Evening Herald, April 19, 2011

Game of Thrones – The Northern Ireland landmarks transformed by movie magic: Belfast Telegraph, April 20, 2011

Liam Neeson features in UL's Fighting Irishmen exhibit: Irish Examiner, April 12, 2011

Titanic NI filmmaker honoured: UTV Internet, April 15, 2011

Saoirse Ronan gets to get tough in 'Hanna': Los Angeles Daily News, April 7, 2011

Pierce Brosnan talks about his deep Catholic faith: Irish Voice/, March 31, 2011

Oscar contender Saoirse Ronan grows into a straight shooter: Los Angeles Independent, April 6, 2010

Killing Bono – review: The Observer, April 3, 2011

Northern Ireland pulls in major projects: Variety, March 26, 2011

Saoirse Ronan trained at breakneck pace for 'Hanna': Chicago Sun Times, April 7, 2010

Grace Kelly research post planned: BBC, April 6, 2010

I've spent my life in Bono's shadow: Daily Mirror, March 30, 2011

Postlethwaite role in Bono film was 'huge honour': Evening Herald, March 29, 2011

U2's Bono played by Belfast's Martin McCann in new film: BBC, April 1, 2011

Charlie Sheen internship hoax by NI man Jonny Campbell: BBC, March 30, 2011

Sheen opens heart to Gaybo about Charlie: Evening Herald, March 29, 2011

Scorsese and De Niro to reunite for The Irishman: Irish Examiner, March 8, 2011

Enough already with the Irish mob: Irish Voice/, March 18, 2011

Colin Farrell fattens up for "Horrible Bosses" with Jennifer Aniston: Irish Voice/, March 24, 2011

My new job is a real killer, says Saoirse: Irish Independent, January 20, 2011

The Irishman who said 'my name is Bond – James Bond': Carlow Nationalist, March 21, 2011

Movie Review – Kill the Irishman: Boston Globe, March 18, 2011

'White Irish Drinkers' to open Craic Festival: Irish Echo, March 9, 2011

Woody Allen wants to film in Ireland: Irish Examiner, March 18, 2011

Hollywood's dark tales of Irish gangsters have long captured America's attention: Newark Star-Ledger, March 14, 2011

Neeson the ideal for Irish-Americans: The Irish Times, March 17, 2011

Ben Barnes enjoyed 'funny' Bono script: Daily Telegraph, March 11, 2011

U2 nemesis courts success with city premiere: The Irish Times, March 16, 2011

The jig is up: New York Post, March 16, 2011

Who was the real Irishman in Scorsese's new film?: Irish Independent, March 12, 2011

Forget movies, I need ad work to pay bills, says Oscar nominee: Irish Independent, February 28, 2011

How a Kerry farmer's son could dress an Oscar-winner: Irish Independent, February 23, 2011

How a Dublin grandmother gets the Oscars to the stars: Irish Independent, February 24, 2011

Saoirse wants to work with Sheridan: Irish Independent, February 17, 2011

Our Colin's hitting all 'The Rite' notes in Hollywood: Irish Independent, February 19, 2011

Emma – I sent my ex, Colin Farrell, my memoir. . .: Irish Independent, January 15, 2011

My Secret Life – Ciaran Hinds, actor, 57: The Independent, January 1, 2011

Teenage Dreams – Sarah Bolger on her surprising religious side: Irish Independent, January 31, 2011

Irish film wins €1m distribution deal in US: The Irish Times, January 27, 2011

Dalkey dream house – it's a case of art mirroring life: Sunday Independent, February 6, 2011

The 'Real' Fighter – Micky Ward:, February 1, 2011

Irish by blood, if not by birth: Irish Independent, January 29, 2011

Bono's girl shows she's not afraid to pay her dues in student movie: Evening Herald, January 28, 2011

I can't wait to explore my Irish roots – ER's Maura: Evening Herald, January 26, 2011

King John lends a helping hand to modern warriors: Irish Independent, January 28, 2011

James Nesbitt's dwarf training: Belfast Telegraph, December 22, 2010

Colin Farrell cast in 'Total Recall' remake: The Independent, January 12, 2011

Brian Dennehy – Hard man of the stage finds his Field of dreams: Sunday Tribune, January 2, 2011

Stephen Boyd, the busker who became a big screen idol: BBC, January 8, 2011

Director's Legacy – John Huston archive moves to NUI Galway: The Irish Times, November 23, 2010

Colin can't sing, dance for B'wood: Times of India, December 17, 2010

Star-studded Glengarriff event in tribute to Maureen O'Hara: Southern Star, December 9, 2010

Colin Farrell is older, wiser – but not a big fan of himself: Birmingham Post, November 26, 2010

The Jason O'Toole interview – Patrick Bergin on ditching Hollywood for a leprechaun jig: Mail on Sunday, December 12, 2010

Brendan Gleeson's film 'The Guard' to open Sundance Festival: Irish Voice/, December 3, 2010

Glenn close to realising dream of shooting Dublin movie: Irish Examiner, December 10, 2010

Colin Farrell interview: Daily Telegraph, November 29, 2010

US filming in Northern Ireland 'bringing in millions': BBC, November 29, 2010

Killing Bono trailer unveiled: Daily Telegraph, December 3, 2010

Why Liam's love for Natasha lives on: Irish Independent, December 3, 2010

Daniel Day-Lewis – There will be blood, sweat, tears and probably an Oscar: Sunday Tribune, November 28, 2010

Director's Legacy – John Huston archive moves to NUI Galway: The Irish Times, November 21, 2010

Day-Lewis set to play Abe Lincoln:, November 19, 2010

Still scarlet after all these years: The Irish Times, August 21, 2010

Beloved movie star was just a regular Chap here: Irish Independent, November 15, 2010

Irish help Charlie Sheen to sober up: Daily Star Sunday, October 31, 2010

New film 'White Irish Drinkers' inspired by childhood amidst Irish community: Irish Voice/, September 16, 2010

RTE star Shelley shoots to fame with star role in Spielberg show: Evening Herald, October 1, 2010

'Father Jack' moves to Emmerdale: Belfast Telegraph, September 30, 2010

Sheen to film latest movie in Tipperary: The Irish Times, November 2, 2010

Struggling Irish singer finds perfect pitch in new Penn film: Sunday Tribune, September 5, 2010

First sight – Domhnall Gleeson:, October 21, 2010

Brian Dennehy's acting award-winning prowess is born of tough Irish roots: New York Daily News, October 12, 2010

Drama school's still a class act 25 years on — despite slump [ Colin Farrell]: Evening Herald, September 3, 2010

I remember when – Maureen O'Hara showed her Irish temper: Orlando Sentinel, September 30, 2010

Fionnula Flanagan reveals she returned to God when granddaughter disappeared: Irish Voice/, October 5, 2010

Maureen still a star as she returns to her roots: Evening Herald, September 25, 2010

Producers too broke to collect US awards: Irish Independent, September 27, 2010

Dublin Is Ben Affleck's New 'Town': Irish Voice/, September 22, 2010

At 70, Martin Sheen is the life of the party: Toronto Star, September 14, 2010

Mick Lally, Irish Actor and Founder of the Druid Theater, Dies at 64: New York Times, September 5, 2010

Tipp documentary with 'no budget' wows in NY: Irish Independent, August 31, 2010

Bono's little girl has found just what she's looking for: Irish Independent, August 28, 2010

Rooney Mara the new IT girl as Vanity Fair cover beckons for Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Irish Voice/, August 22, 2010

Icon of silver screen still an inspiration to us all: Irish Independent, August 19, 2010

The day John Wayne asked my granny for a 'black beer': Irish Independent, August 21, 2010

Film debut for Bono's girl: The Irish Times, August 20, 2010

O'Hara celebrates 90th birthday in Hollywood style: The Irish Times, August 18, 2010

Sir Patrick Moore's Irish UFO film identified: BBC, August 16, 2010

Irish Baywatch – TV reality show films Irish youth training as Fort Lauderdale lifeguards: Orlando Sentinel, August 14, 2010

Cleveland gangster Danny Greene's explosive life captured in 'The Irishman' and two docs: Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 15, 2010

Magnificent Maureen: Irish Independent, August 14, 2010

Acting royalty begin filming 'Camelot': Irish Independent, July 23, 2010

Maureen O'Hara takes a bow at 90: Irish Post, August 11, 2010

'Harry Potter's' Domhnall Gleeson will play Bob Geldolf in 'Live Aid' movie: Irish Voice/, August 10, 2010

Liam Neeson says he is too old to play Abraham Lincoln in Spielberg movie: Irish Voice/, August 3, 2010

McDermott returns as L.A. cop on TNT drama: Irish Echo, August 4, 2010

Will Ferrell talks 'The Other Guys' and Ireland: Irish Voice/, August 6, 2010

Irish star's US sci-fi series delayed: RTE, August 4, 2010

  • Irish America and the siege of Hollywood:, July 13, 2010
  • Ties that bind – Professor pens book about Irish-Americans in classic films: Northern Virginia Daily, May 13, 2010
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    Movie review – 'Kisses': Los Angeles Times, July 16, 2010

    'Perrier' is no Irish mob hit: Boston Herald, July 9, 2010

    Penn's €30m movie gets Irish funding: Sunday Independent, July 11, 2010

    Murphy's Law – Cillian Murphy Talks About Inception: New York Observer, July 13, 2010

    Gleeson teams up with son for movie: Evening Herald, July 12, 2010

    IAW&A to honor Dennehy for life's work: Irish Echo, July 9, 2010

    'Ondine' a hypnotic Irish fish story: Santa Cruz Sentinel, June 18, 2010

    TV show re-builds the Titanic: The News Letter, June 1, 2010

    Actor Nesbitt made Chancellor: UTV Internet, June 8, 2010

    Pop Slinger: The Sun, April 28, 2010

    Anjelica's heavenly voice: The Irish Times, June 2, 2010

    The world loves Zonad, despite Ireland's rejection: The Sunday Times, May 23, 2010

    Forty Foot film causing quite a splash across movie world: Evening Herald, June 3, 2010

    Ireland finds its place on Noir map: Irish Echo, June 2, 2010

    Colin Farrell rekindles his career with intimate work and a simpler life: New York Post, May 30, 2010

    Neil Jordan's Possible World of the Impossible: New York Times, May 30, 2010

    Dundalk woman behind success of new Sex and the City film: Dundalk Democrat, May 26, 2010

    Nazi banners help transform Belfast into 1930s Berlin: The News Letter, May 25, 2010

    Relative Values – John Boorman and his son, Charley: The Sunday Times, May 23, 2010

    The Secret of Kells

    Why Nazi symbols should have no place in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, May 15, 2010

    Sarah Bolger to star in vampire movie The Moth Diaries: The Sunday Times, May 16, 2010

    Gleeson 'chuffed' after Best Actor nomination: Irish Independent, May 11, 2010

    Leap Year provides unexpected windfall for investors: Sunday Business Post, May 9, 2010

    Aidan Quinn embraces Chicago-Irish heritage: Chicago Tribune, April 30, 2010


    Liam's tragedy inspired me in new role: Evening Herald, April 22, 2010

    Volcano no match for Tribeca Film Festival producers: New York Post, April 23, 2010

    The Eclipse

    O'Hara doesn't need Oscar to shine: Irish Echo, April 7, 2010 (Editorial)

    Art imitates life as Penn signs up for tax-exempt role: The Sunday Times, March 28, 2010

    Conor McPherson among seven elected to Aosdána: The Irish Times, April 17, 2010

    Farrell reveals anger at bullying of gay brother: Irish Examiner, April 9, 2010

    Grace Kelly – a graceful masterclass in allure: Daily Telegraph, April 9, 2010

    'Is this the band then? Betcha U2 are sh*ttin' themselves': Sunday Tribune, April 4, 2010
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    'Not such a fishy tale', says Farrell: BBC, March 5, 2010

    Gangster movie starts filming in Derry: Derry Journal, March 29, 2010

    'Honoured' actor Byrne aims to build artistic bridges: The Irish Times, March 17, 2010

    Irish language version of "The Office" set to air: Irish Voice/, March 30, 2010

    Michael Fassbender caught up in 'assault' sequel: The Sunday Times, March 28, 2010

    Henry Smart, The Quiet Man and the Last Roundup: The Irish Times, March 26 2010

    Oscar for art of possible goes to . . . Ballyfermot: The Irish Times, March 9, 2010

    Glenn Close to shoot film in Ireland – as a man: The Sunday Times, March 21, 2010

    Terry Wogan – I'm cooler than Colin Farrell: Daily Telegraph, March 20, 2010

    Gabriel Byrne named Ireland's first cultural ambassador: The Irish Times, March 17, 2010

    Colin Farrell on fatherhood, giving up alcohol and his new love: Daily Mail, March 8, 2010

    Cillian Murphy, actor: The Scotsman, March 16, 2010

    The Man who wants to kill Bono: Belfast Telegraph, March 8, 2010

    Tale of a crusader who took on the Irish criminal sharks 'On the Waterfront': The Irish Times, February 3, 2010
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    Ondine: The Observer, March 7, 2010

    We need to get animated about our talented cartoon studios: Irish Independent, March 8, 2010

    The Carlow teacher who wanted George Clooney to quieten down: Irish Independent, March 6, 2010

    Irish in Hollywood: Variety, March 4, 2010

    Mel Gibson to be awarded freedom of town in County Meath: Irish Voice/, March 3, 2010

    An Indie Takes on Animation's Big Boys: New York Times, March 3, 2010

    Dublin's 'Avatar' artist is bigger than Colin Farrell: Irish Independent, February 27, 2010

    Colin Farrell – hellraiser? I'm raising Henry: The Times, February 26, 2010

    Angelina Jolie to be Patricia Cornwell's star doctor, thanks to Irish movie writer: Irish Voice/, February 23, 2010

    Lovely Saoirse puts her name on everyone's lips (Feb 21): Sunday Independent, February 21, 2010

    BAFTA-winning animator now looks to Oscars: Irish Independent, February 23, 2010

    Hollywood returns to Cong for romantic comedy about making of 'The Quiet Man': The Irish Times, February 17, 2010

    Sheridan believes film could lead to fugitive's arrest: Irish Independent, February 15, 2010

    'The Secret of Kells' – the little animated film that could:, February 10, 2010

    'From Paris With Love' – Jonathan Rhys Meyers revels in his role: Los Angeles Times, February 4, 2010

    Sorry Saoirse missed out, but let her be a teenager a while: Evening Herald, February 4, 2010

    Saoirse Ronan's father protective of his little girl: Irish Voice/, February 5, 2010

    A woman approached us on the street. 'So that's the new girlfriend, is it?': Sunday Independent, January 24, 2010

    Saoirse Ronan – A name to reckon with: The Guardian, January 23, 2010

    Better late: Boston Globe, January 24, 2010

    Belfast goes back in time for new U2 movie: BBC, January 24, 2010

    Director's personal tragedy at heart of a family affair: Sunday Independent, January 24, 2010

    Gabriel Byrne – Girls in miniskirts led me away from the priesthood: Irish Voice/, January 19, 2010

    Why we'll be seeing a lot more of Colin and baby here at home: Evening Herald, January 13, 2010

    Farrell sex scene too long, says Neil Jordan: The Sunday Times, January 17, 2010

    Sisters in Cinema: New York Times, January 17, 2010

    The Hollywood interview... Director Jim Sheridan: Evening Herald, January 15, 2010

    Jane Lynch, star of 'Glee,' recalls her tough Irish upbringing: Irish Voice/, January 9, 2010

    It's a fair cop Gleeson can't say no to son in family film: Irish Independent, January 15, 2010

    Teen angel: Boston Globe, January 10, 2010

    Dublin draws line at Killing Bono: The Sunday Times, January 3, 2010

    US stardom's fine but I miss a blazing fire on home turf: Evening Herald, January 4, 2010

    'Killing Bono' shooting to begin: BBC, December 28, 2009

    'Dad hoped I'd be a doctor but I just don't like blood': California Chronicle, December 23, 2009

    Another award for Donegal-based movie: Donegal News, December 11, 2009

    Revealed ... secrets of the Irish Brando movie that collapsed after just 10 days: Evening Herald, December 12, 2009

    Mother courage – How Fiona Shaw became the leading actress of her generation: The Independent, December 18, 2009

    Toronto critics pick Hunger, Inglourious Basterds as top films: CBC, December 16, 2009

    Susan Sarandon tips Saoirse Ronan for an Oscar nomination: Irish Voice/, December 14, 2009

    Robert Pattinson smitten by Irish 'Lovely Bones' star Saoirse Ronan: Irish Voice/, December 10, 2009

    Neil Jordan sues accountant over €750,000 ISTC losses: The Sunday Times, December 6, 2009

    Fiona Shaw – 'I have enormous sadness in me': The Times, December 10, 2009

    Brothers – Fine acting hampered by stilted rewrite: Toronto Star, December 5, 2009

    Cheadle joins Gleeson for new Irish cop movie: Evening Herald, November 5, 2009

    Marriage to Jonathan Rhys Meyers 'would be lovely', says Reena Hammer: Sunday Telegraph, November 22, 2009

    The Hollywood interview... Bill Murray: Evening Herald, Novmeber 6, 2009

    Things are still 'Swell' for Marketa Irglova and Glen Hansard: Irish Voice/, November 14, 2009

    A lasting legacy (Maureen O'Hara): Irish Echo, November 4, 2009

    Interview – John Cusack, actor: The Scotsman, November 10, 2009

    'In Treatment' star Gabriel Byrne reveals childhood abuse: Irish Voice/, May 6, 2009

    Pretty Village, Gloomy Boy: New York Times, November 13, 2009

    'Turning Green': Los Angeles Times, November 7, 2009

    Fighting them on the beaches, and on the boreens: Sunday Tribune, November 8, 2009

    Tudor wrap: Bray People, October 28, 2009

    Actor Farrell reportedly a dad for second time: Irish Independent, October 21, 2009

    Local hurls in episode of top US TV drama: Belfast Media, October 19, 2009

    Records show Hollywood heartthrob Neeson was a star performer in track and field events: Sunday Life, October 18, 2009

    Is Gabriel Byrne a suitable case for treatment?: The Guardian, October 18, 2009

    James Nesbitt – 'I've always felt I was 17': The Times, June 13, 2009

    Michael Moore talks 'Capitalism' and how Irish background shapes his views: Irish Voice/, September 30, 2009

    'Acting is a mystery': The Irish Times, September 26, 2009

    Horror homage: Irish Echo, August 19, 2009

    Flash Forward – from Cavan to Los Angeles: Irish Echo, September 30, 2009

    'Five Minutes of Heaven' role hits home for James Nesbitt: Boston Globe, September 30, 2009

    Frank Deasy – film and television writer: The Times, September 22, 2009


    Knockout martial arts movie to be filmed in Ireland: The Sunday Times, September 13, 2009

    Emmys – Irish actor Brendan Gleeson wins alongside Mad Men and 30 Rock: The Sunday Times

    Cillian Murphy says even megastars aren't treated like royalty in Ireland: Irish Voice/, September 12, 2009

    Neeson takes out US citizenship: The Irish Times, August 28, 2009

    Films view the 'Troubles' through different lenses: Irish Echo, September 2, 2009

    The Casanova from Castleknock: Irish Independent, August 29, 2009

    Farrell set to be dad again and is 'ready to commit': Sunday Independent, August 23, 2009

    Ryan's Daughter mystery: Sunday Tribune, August 23, 2009

    'Dead Men' helps Jim Sturgess move across the universe from cute to crafty: Boston Herald, August 19, 2009

    Return of Ryan's daughter: Independent on Sunday, August 2, 2009

    Liam Neeson returns to red carpet after death of Natasha Richardson: Daily Telegraph, August 12, 2009

    Me, Daniel and our very normal life in Wicklow: Irish Independent, July 9, 2009

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    Official election artist's brush with authority: The Observer, April 10, 2005

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    Documented Irish: Irish Echo, November 5, 2003

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    Artist's portrait of his lover tops Irish Sale: The Scotsman, March 31, 2003

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    Belfast artist's work on display: Belfast Telegraph, February 19, 2003

    Empowered by Painting: New York Newsday, November 26, 2002

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    A Mansion Attracts Art Lovers; Thieves Love It, Too: New York Times, October 9, 2002

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    Mrs Engels by Gavin McCrea review – a symphony out of historical silence: The Guardian

    The Irish women behind Engels and the birth of communism: The Irish Times

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    How I've used WB Yeats in my role as an Irish Ambassador: The Irish Times

    Philosophy and a little passion – Roy Foster on WB Yeats and politics: The Irish Times

    Yeats Country – The land of heart's desire: Irish Independent

    The Good Son by Paul McVeigh review – Belfast boy in the 80s: The Guardian

    Marian Keyes apologises for 'bigots' comment about Roscommon/South Leitrim: The Irish Times

    We honour Joyce every year – now an anniversary rightly puts the spotlight on 'pilgrim soul' WB Yeats: Irish Independent

    Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid reveals his favorite WB Yeats poem on writer's birthday: Irish Post

    Yeats's tower was retreat, inspiration: Irish Echo

    All roads lead to home for fractured Irish family: Winnipeg Free Press

    Marian Keyes – Please can we stop saying 'chick-lit'?: Daily Telegraph

    A Visit to Donleavyland, Sixty Years After "The Ginger Man": The New Yorker

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    Fight on to save retreat of a broken-hearted Yeats: Irish Independent, July 14, 2014

    Story of mission to return remains of WB Yeats revealed by military archive: The Irish Times

    Galway locals bid to re-open WB Yeats tower: UTV Internet

    Roddy Doyle on his new novel, Roy Keane, and writing about ordinary people's lives: The Independent

    'The Love Object' by Edna O'Brien: New York Times

    The Green Road by Anne Enright, book review – Stones on the path to redemption: The Independent

    'I do not think it will offend you' – Letter from WB Yeats to Maud Gonne: The Irish Times

    Anne Enright will be Ireland's first Laureate: Daily Telegraph

    The first great novel of Queens: New York Post

    Letters unravel mystery of the death of Oscar Wilde's wife: The Guardian

    Extract – 'The Great Push' by Patrick MacGill: The Irish Times

    I was suicidal for two years – Marian Keyes: Evening Herald, November 3, 2014

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    Lost for words – Irish writing on the first World War: The Irish Times, October 30, 2014

    Belfast, the noirest city on earth – a capital spot for crime fiction: The Irish Times

    Book review – The Green Road by Anne Enright: The Scotsman

    Irish poet WB Yeats honoured with worldwide 150th birthday celebrations: The Guardian

    Samuel Beckett story to be published 80 years after it was rejected: The Observer

    'The Undertaking,' by Audrey Magee: Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Half Irish, half American, all writer: Irish Echo

    In Ireland, Chasing the Wandering Soul of Yeats: New York Times

    Every Single Minute, review – the last days of Nuala O'Faolain: The Guardian, March 22, 2014

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    Michael Longley – Poet honoured with freedom of Belfast: BBC

    In Colin Barrett's 'Young Skins,' a Small Irish Town's Aimless Denizens: New York Times

    Lissadell new lease of life as it prepares for Yeats's birthday: Irish Independent

    If not for WB Yeats, Ireland might have been an island of saints and scientists: The Irish Times

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    Taking literature in Irish out of the Gaelic ghetto: The Irish Times, October 6, 2014

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    Northern Ireland noir – 'Bits of the past are still floating around in the darkness: The Irish Times

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    Book review – The Luck of the Irish, by Babette Smith: Sydney Morning Herald

    Yeats in Dublin – The poet's relationship with a Dubliner and the city itself: Evening Herald

    New Fiction – Buried narratives inspired by the story of the Disappeared: The Irish Times

    John Banville is first Irish author to win €50,000 Asturias award: The Irish Times, June 4, 2014

    Heaney tapestry unveiled at airport: Belfast Telegraph, April 23, 2014

    Eimear McBride wins Baileys women's prize for fiction with first novel: The Guardian, June 4, 2014

    Paul Muldoon... Favouring mystification over meaning: Sunday Independent

    Writing about the homeplace from 10 thousand miles away: The Irish Times, June 7, 2014

    The mystery of Marsha Mehran – the best-selling young novelist who died a recluse in a rubbish-strewn cottage on Ireland's windswept west coast: The Independent

    Drawn to write about the Disappeared: The Irish Times, September 8, 2014

    Fallen review – love in death in Rising Dublin: The Irish Times, December 20, 2014

    'Dark Lies the Island' by Kevin Barry: Boston Globe, November 14, 2013

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    John Grenham: Irish Roots – Online Catholic parish registers from the National Library of Ireland available in summer: The Irish Times

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    Nora Webster by Colm Toíbín review – 'a rare and tremendous achievement': The Guardian

    Books – Long-awaited third volume of Beckett's letters: Irish Independent

    P.S. I've moved on – Cecelia Ahern selling Malahide mansion for cool €1.3m: Irish Independent

    Walter Macken – Galway's neglected genius of literature: Connacht Tribune

    Colm Tóibín's 'Nora Webster' – A masterful portrait of a grieving woman finding herself: Washington Post

    Beckett's family anguish revealed: Belfast Telegraph

    Colm Tóibín – austere in writing, wicked in person: Daily Telegraph

    Seamus Heaney's last poem published in Irish gallery's anthology: The Guardian

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    Irish novelist Colum McCann a fan of Rooneys: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Irish author Emma Donoghue's 'Room' to be made into movie: Irish Independent, September 5, 2013

    'The Guts,' by Roddy Doyle, a sequel to "The Commitments": Washington Post

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    Often astonishing pages, given greater meaning by Bowen's own inventions: Irish Examiner, October 1, 2011

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    Interview – Cecilia Ahern, author: The Scotsman

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    Pete Hamill feted by Green-Wood Cemetery: Brooklyn Courier

    Oscar was not the brightest star in the Wilde dynasty – his father was: Irish Examiner

    Playboy wonder: Financial Times

    The Castrato and His Wife by Helen Berry – review: Daily Telegraph

    How baking helped author Marian rise above depression: Evening Herald

    Flann O'Brien – our unluckiest genius: The Irish Times

    Quirke stars in death of Irish tycoon: Erie Times-News
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    Irish author Glenn Meade enjoys time at his Knoxville home:

    Reissue of valuable record of Anglo Irish attitudes to Irish independence: Irish Examiner, May 28, 2011

    Revisiting Yeats in a time of upheaval: Guelph Mercury

    McGahern's rare oul' times in the city: Irish Independent

    'Artemis Fowl' author Eoin Colfer's 'Plugged' isn't for kids: Los Angeles Times
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    Roddy Doyle is back and he's playing the generation game: Irish Independent
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    The 30-year secret of the actress, the literary giant and the Guinness brothers: Daily Telegraph

    Civil War-era novel greatly anticipated: Irish Examiner, August 1, 2011

    Quirke series is more about Ireland than character or plot: Palm Beach Post
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    Benjamin Black's Elegy for April

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    Londonderry-born writer wins 2010 Costa Novel Award: BBC, January 4, 2011

    Words Alone – Yeats And His Inheritances, By RF Foster: The Independent, July 1, 2011

    Celebration of life of First World War poet Francis Ledwidge at Slane Castle: Sunday Independent

    Me and Mine – A Warm-hearted Memoir of a London Irish Family by Anna May Mangan – review:, August 5, 2011

    Music to the ears of Yeats fans but an unfortunate neglect of Munster: Irish Examiner, June 4, 2011

    Dermot Healy – 'I try to stay out of it and let the reader take over': The Observer, April 3, 2011

    McCourt museum opens its doors: Irish Examiner, July 15, 2011

    Pete Hamill's Tabloid City

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    George Bernard Shaw photographs uncover man behind myth:, July 5, 2011

    Patrick McCabe's The Stray Sod

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    Death defined Irish novelist Josephine Hart's life and how she chose to live: Belfast Telegraph, June 20, 2011

    Wilde about Paris memorial: The Irish Times, July 2, 2011

    'I decided to write the great Irish novel but couldn't. I wasn't messed-up enough': The Irish Times, June 16, 2011

    Once upon a life – John Banville: The Observer, June 19, 2011

    The trials of Constance Wilde: The Irish Times, June 18, 2011
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    Irish writer wins €100,000 Impac literary prize: The Irish Times, June 16, 2011

    Josephine Hart's last message – 'Without reading I would have found life less bearable': London Evening Standard, June 4, 2011

    In praise of ... the Irish Writers' Centre: The Guardian, May 2, 2011

    Review of Books (including A Third Life: Sculptures for God, Country and Notre Dame): Irish Voice/, March 10, 2011

    Poet Seamus Heaney degree 'a rare distinction': Belfast Telegraph, May 11, 2011

    Graphic novel brings 'Cromwell curse' to life: Irish Independent, December 10, 2010
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    Neil Jordan's Mistaken

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    Bitches and huzzies – Jonathan Swift's flirting style revealed: Belfast Telegraph, January 28, 2011

    Novelist puzzled at row sparked by 'Irish Times' review of latest book: The Irish Times, April 2, 2011
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    Oh yes, minister – how Bertie played key role in Burley's political bonkbuster: Sunday Independent, April 10, 2011

    Irish people the real mystery: London (ONT) Free Press, January 22, 2011
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    Chronicling the agony of the Irish during the Great War: Sunday Independent, May 8, 2011
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    TP Flanagan – Artist and teacher whose work inspired Seamus Heaney: The Independent, April 19, 2011

    Review – The City of Bohane by Kevin Barry: Sunday Independent, May 1, 2011

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    Success story as Irish mum lands €684,000 book deal: Belfast Telegraph, April 20, 2011

    Yeats's gift of book to 'first lover' goes under hammer: The Irish Times, April 18, 2011

    National anthem of nowhere: The Irish Times, October 15, 2010

    Eoin Colfer – 'If Rowling was the Beatles, I was the Rolling Stones': Independent on Sunday, April 10, 2011

    Seamus Heaney's Human Chain

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    McCourt museum damaged in burglary: Irish Examiner, March 29, 2011

    William Trevor's Love and Summer

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    Eoin McNamee's Orchid Blue

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    Novelist Egan sets the bar high: Irish Echo, September 29, 2010
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    Clinton leads tributes to McCourt at NY event: Irish Examiner, March 11, 2011

    'Sands' set stage for spy novel genre: Washington Post, February 4, 2011

    The Commitments Roddy Doyle's suprise blast – 'They're not a band, that was all just acting': Mail on Sunday, February 27, 2011

    Val McDermid – why Irish crime fiction is all the rage: Daily Telegraph, March 8, 2011

    Top novelist Marian battling depression: Evening Herald, February 23, 2011

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    McCourt museum to feature on US TV: Irish Examiner, March 4, 2011

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    Nothing compares to you, Joe tells his sister Sinead: Irish Independent, February 16, 2011

    Why Joyce, the 'bohemian aesthete', was also a political controversialist: The Irish Times, January 22, 2011

    Toddler helps translate Jonathan Swift love letters: BBC, January 29, 2011

    Port novelist finds passion in writing: Newburyport Dáily News, February 14, 2011
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    Gentle Genius, Forgotten Poet: RTE, January 11, 2011

    Stamford author to discuss historical thrillers, other works at Ferguson Library: Greenwich Time, January 14, 2011
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    The Penguin Book of Irish Poetry

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  • Review – Orchid Blue by Eoin McNamee: Irish Independent, December 11, 2010
  • Orchid Blue by Eoin McNamee – review: The Guardian, November 20, 2010
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    Claire Keegan – 'Short stories are limited. I'm cornered into writing what I can': The Observer, September 5, 2010
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    Going, going, Gonne – written proof of Yeats's affair sells for €17,000: Irish Independent, December 15, 2010

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    Banville's Black is a dark delight: Sunday Business Post, November 21, 2010
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    Philip Larkin – World-famous poet that Belfast forgot: Belfast Telegraph, November 27, 2010

    On War by George Bernard Shaw: The Observer, September 19, 2010

    Novelist's cosmopolitan family history reads like an intriguing novel: Seattle Times, October 7, 2010
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    Maeve Binchy's Minding Frankie

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    Catherine Taylor's first novel choice – review [The House of Slamming Doors]: The Guardian, October 30, 2010
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    November 15th,1923 [Yeats Nobel win]: The Irish Times, November 15, 2010

    Irish eyes, unsmiling: Tulsa World, October 31, 2010
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    Renowned Moy poet back home: Tyrone Times, September 21, 2010

    A delicate mix of love affairs and modern politics: Irish Independent, August 14, 2010
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    Joseph O'Neill's family memoir, "Blood-Dark Track," reviewed by Marie Arana: Washington Post, October 12, 2010
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    'I have had a really nice life and I think my books reflect that' [Eoin Colfer]: The Irish Times, July 21, 2010

    Fans going Wilde for literary rarities: Irish Independent, September 28, 2010

    He lived fast and died young, but how good a writer was Behan?: The Irish Times, July 17, 2010

    Poet forced to pulp book after row with her family: The Independent, September 28, 2010

    Poet who talked in his letters: Irish Examiner, August 14, 2010

    Northern light scours Irish myths: Sunday Independent, June 13, 2010
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    Exclusive extract from new Cathy Kelly romance Homecoming: Melbourne Herald Sun, September 3, 2010
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    The Villager who's the toast of the town . . .: Irish Independent, July 21, 2010

    A new chapter (novelist Frances Kay): Sunday Business Post, July 18, 2010

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