Irish photo-artist Jean Curran is causing a stir in the New York art world with her reworking of stills from Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. She’s come a long way since her days on the newsbeat in Cork, writes Marjorie Brennan.
John Daly looks back at the halcyon days of the Cork Film Festival in the 1950s and ’60s when the Rebel City became a Technicolor wonderland of enchantment and exoticism.
The Castlehaven wildflower show was displaying in glorious Technicolor last Sunday, only better than any camera lens or Photoshop could contrive, writes Damien Enright.
Just like the protagonist of his latest film, Pedro Almodovar admits that the weight of years gone by have had an effect on him, writes Helen Barlow
Gary O’Donovan looks giddy. He has every right to be, having just won an Olympic silver, but this goes beyond that as even on the biggest day of his life, he can’t help himself.
Kya deLongchamps takes a look at the work of the late, great Maureen O’Hara and John Ford’s fictional Inisfree — ‘another name for Heaven’.
Lisa McInerney is the hottest new writer around and has based her debut crime novel in Cork City. Tanya Sweeney spoke to her about the new book, college in Cork, and her life in Galway.
“We are seeing requirements across all sectors including medical device, pharmaceutical, finance, food production and electronics sectors for qualified IT graduates,” says CareerWise Recruitment director, Ken Murphy.
Hohokum is an artistic endeavour from Honeyslug and Sony Santa Monica that doesn't buck the trend of being inherently brilliant and not terribly exciting
Unabashed sentimentality took the unofficial Super Bowl trophy for advertising brilliance, with draft horses and pickup trucks both putting a lump in America’s collective throat.
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Royal Philips Electronics and LG Electronics are among companies fined a record €1.47bn by EU anti-trust regulators over price-fixing agreements of now-obsolete cathode-ray tubes used in televisions and computer monitors.
As the V&A museum in London opens an exhibition of iconic Hollywood costumes, Suzanne Harrington takes a look at the stories behind the clothes.
DESPITE the various dramatic strands swirling around Real Madrid and Barcelona this season, it was astonishing how much of it got reduced to a simple duel between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the European Golden Shoe.
HAVE I got the right building?
READER, I want you to close your eyes. Go on, shut them tight.
Cyd Charisse, the long-legged beauty who danced with the Ballet Russe as a teenager and starred in MGM musicals with Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, died today in Los Angeles aged 86.
The owner of cosmetics giant Revlon was today linked to a possible bid for the Deluxe film services business being sold by UK group Rank for an estimated €677m.
FANS of The Quiet Man film - set in Ireland in 1951 - plan to dub the John Ford classic into the Irish language.
Fans of The Quiet Man film – set in Ireland in 1951 – plan to dub the John Ford classic into the Irish language, it emerged today.
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