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Meet Michael Antonio Keane – an actor and filmmaker on the rise

Meet Michael Antonio Keane – an actor and filmmaker on the rise

This Spanish-Irish 20-year-old has already had some success breaking into the competitive world of cinema Michael Antonio Keane, from Cork, currently lives in Smithfield and studies filmmaking at the National…

Coming soon: Dublin International Film Festival

Coming soon: Dublin International Film Festival

The Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF) has made its way back again to our city, with plenty of international releases and meetings with renowned filmmakers. One of the most iconic…

The Ed King interview: Movies, IFI and Horrorthon

The Ed King interview: Movies, IFI and Horrorthon

The Liberty had the honour and delight of interviewing Ed King, one of the main organisers of the Dublin IFI Horrorthon Festival – which took place around Halloween, as it…

Naughty or Nice: Lighthouse Cinema’s stellar Christmas movie line up

Naughty or Nice: Lighthouse Cinema’s stellar Christmas movie line up

The iconic Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield is set to transform into a winter wonderland as it kicks off its much-anticipated ‘Naughty or Nice 2023’ Christmas movie marathon. Throughout the entire…

Unforgettable moments at the Lighthouse Cinema

Unforgettable moments at the Lighthouse Cinema

The Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield is a special location in Dublin’s inner city. It has garnered this status for all the right reasons – its beautiful architecture and interior design…

Must watch list for the family this Halloween

Must watch list for the family this Halloween

Halloween is a little different this year – but that doesn’t mean you can’t get into the spooky spirit! If you are looking for a chilling throwback to keep you on the edge…

The Fate of the Furious: Review

The Fate of the Furious: Review

The series continues to defy all logic, with nuclear submarines to self-driven cars, proving to be thrilling as ever. Fast and Furious never fails to deliver for the audience. The…

Ghost in the Shell: Review

Ghost in the Shell: Review

Remakes of cult classic films are always going to be an incredibly difficult task for Hollywood studios, especially acquired tastes such as Japanese cartoons. Ghost in the Shell, directed by…

The Boss Baby: Review

The Boss Baby: Review

Bringing new light to the age old childhood question “where do babies come from?”, The Boss Baby is a film adaption of the 2010 picture book written and illustrated by…

Get Out: Review

Get Out: Review

With a shockingly high 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Get Out has got to be the most anticipated horror of the year. The story follows a black male protagonist, Chris…