In 2003 Irish photographer Charles Moriarty was given an opportunity to photograph an aspiring singer by the name of Amy Winehouse. On the seventh anniversary of her death, he recalls his encounters with a woman on the cusp of fame and tragedy — and reveals why he finally decided to exhibit their photos, writes
Sat, 21 Jul, 2018
DOCUMENTARIES don’t tend to sell out by the lunchtime of their cinema opening night, or elicit prolonged emotional applause at the end — but the new film about Amy Winehouse was never going to be ordinary. And we all know the ending.
Mon, 06 Jul, 2015
The family of Clodagh Cogley has thanked people for their support as she recovers from horrendous injuries; Chinese puzzled over plan to move 5.5m Hong Kong residents to Derry; The chairman of the Revenue Commission has revealed that it uses Google Maps to help establish the value of houses.
Fri, 03 Jul, 2015