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    Remembering Sam Shepard

    Foyle Film Festival pays tribute to the late actor, writer and playwright four years after hosting him in the city that also staged his final drama

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    The director of Patti Cake$ on making the feel-good film of the year

    New in Northern Ireland cinemas this week, the story of a misfit who wants to make it as a rapper took two years of rewrites, an Australian actress and the help of Quentin Tarantino to finally come to life, as Geremy Jasper explains

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    With Cinema, You Never Have to Be Alone

    Samuel Moore urges everyone to enjoy the shared experience of film-going, and never to be put off by not bringing company of your own

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    What's Your Favourite Film-Going Memory?

    From the first roars of Jurassic Park to queuing in the snow for Grease, programmers behind Cinema Day 2017 recall their best big screen experiences ahead of a Bank Holiday Monday filled with movie magic

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    The Journey: 'It's a story that needed to be told'

    Belfast-born director Nick Hamm on making the Northern Ireland peace process, with its polarising figureheads, into a movie the world could enjoy

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    Big Screen Treatment for People in Isolation

    Therapeutic filmmaking is giving men marginalised through mental health issues and offending a chance to restore relationships and change their lives

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    Documenting George's Best and Worst

    Georgie's genius is given the cinematic treatment, but Daniel Gordon's new biopic doesn't edit around the personal oblivion that defined the footballer's latter days

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    NI Thriller Set for Sundance Premiere

    Bad Day for the Cut, the feature debut from Six Mile Hill Productions, will screen at the world famous film festival held each January in Utah

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    Festive Film Guide

    Put down that copy of Radio Times and get into the holiday spirit with these Christmas classics screening all around Northern Ireland

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    NI Celebrates Black Cinema

    Two month season of events shines a light on the versatility and achievements of screen icons including Forest Whitaker, Richard Pryor and Muhammad Ali

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