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Posts Tagged ‘ Dracula ’

IFTA Reveals Shortlist Of Nominees

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The Irish Film and Television Academy have announced the shortlist of nominees in 40 strongly contested categories for the 11th annual Irish Film and Television Awards, which takes place on Saturday 5th April at the DoubleTree at Hilton Burlington Road and broadcast primetime on RTÉ ONE (reaching 1.24 Million viewers last year).

Nominations are announced in categories across film and television, celebrating the highest standard of Irish talent over the past twelve months. All IFTA’s categories have been shortlisted by Members of the Irish Film & Television Academy alongside a select Jury panel of industry experts from around the world.  IFTA received 311 titles submitted for consideration in the 2013 Awards. Continue reading

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Going Over To The Dark Side: The Bram Stoker Festival

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Just as we’ve begun to notice that the nights are drawing in, a strange presence has been seen lurking around the darkened streets of Dublin’s fair city. But who and what is it that hides in the shadows? Are you brave enough to discover the secrets of the most famous un-dead literary character of them all? Who needs zombies when there’s the original blood sucker going a prowl?

If you do feel courageous enough to pay Count Dracula a Halloween visit, there’s plenty of opportunities over the course of the Bram Stoker themed weekend coming up. Running from 26-28 October at various venues around Dublin city centre is a veritable Gothic horror treat for Stoker and vampire enthusiasts. The festival is a mixture of readings and talks; music and art; vampires on film and much, much more. Many events are free though requiring advance registration. Check out the contact details that I give below. Continue reading

Top Five Irish Actors Taking Centre Stage In The US

Ireland is recognised for the art of storytelling; from folklore, to literature, to music, to acting. For years it has produced remarkable stage and screen actors such as Gabriel Byrne, Liam Neeson, Michael Fassbender, Colin Farrell and Cillian Murphy to name a few, and now it would seem that there are a number of up-and-coming young male and female actors following their suit and paving their own way with their own distinctive careers. With St. Patrick’s Day not too far away, it is worth taking a look at a few actors making waves across the Atlantic and hoping that this trend only increases as time goes on.

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