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Watch trailers of this month's stand out screenings and book your tickets
The Jordanstown film-maker on Roald Dahl, doodling and being nominated for a British Animation Award
PE teacher Stephen Robinson on the viral video that everyone is talking about
Film-makers under 25 challenged to create their own short film inspired by Titanic
The mentalist and entertainer on pulling tricks, counting coins and having Banksy finish the bedroom
Out with the old, in with the new. Film buffs get busy at Swap Shop
Don't feel shame over liking silent movies, Queen's Film Theatre is there for you this January
The Armagh-born director on the enduring appeal of Charles Dickens' classic story
They're popping up all over Northern Ireland – and the recession is 'grist to the mill'
The Hotel Rwanda director explains how he turns the 'wine of reality' into the 'cognac of storytelling'
Northern Ireland's most reviled film-maker stands up to the critics as he releases feature number four
The screenwriter on the risks and rewards of creative writing ahead of a masterclass at Cinemagic
The Armagh-born actor on wizards, welfare and taking up smoking for his role in the Irish feature, Parked
From the Artful Dodger to Titanic 'bad lad', the Belfast actor is back for the Takeover Festival
The lascivious lothario to grace Belfast's streets later this month
It's a wonderful winter programme at Queen's Film Theatre
Director of the Foyle Film Festival on Some Like It Hot, City of Culture 2013 and this year's festival programme
From making promotional videos about missles to making kids laugh, it's been a long journey for managing director Colin Williams
Jared Longlands on the Hollywood films that got it so, so wrong
Author John Connolly comes north to talk about the eerie works of MR James
The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum promise A Night to Remember
Producer Gawain Morrison is a fan of crowdsourcing and some seriously sinister puppets
Cinemagic returns to delight Belfast audiences
The Belfast-born actor talks about the film critics are calling the best British horror movie of its generation
'The Horror, the Horror!' can be found at Queen's Film Theatre
'Here's....the Belfast Festival at Queen's Film Theatre.'
The Yorkshire actress feels the fear in Good Vibrations and stands up for Anne Hathaway's accent
He's become a father, launched a new website and has a cliché for the entrepreneurs out there
Ahead of her talk at Queen's Film Theatre, the producer talks about making movies that matter
Programmer David Louden bigs up Newtownabbey’s eclectic cinema fest
A 'Spinal Tap for the pop generation' tells the tale of three girls with big ambitions
'We need to talk about the September/October programme at Queen's Film Theatre'
Watch Jonathan McKee's winning film, based on Chinese folklore
Director Judy Kelly on her documentary into the Howell murder case
Jayne Wisener gives acting master class for young performers in Derry~Londonderry
Will JJ Abram's new movie reinvigorate the adventure genre?
'Look Dave, I can see you're upset. I honestly think you should sit down at QFT.'
Countdown to Zero producer Lawrence Bender believes the 'time has come' to campaign
Cinematic adaptations can be hit and miss, as James Meredith demonstrates
Phil Harrison's The Good Man could have your name in the credits
'Loneliness has followed me my whole life - so I'm away to Queen's Film Theatre for the craic'
Watch videos featuring eight Northern Ireland businesses to benefit from the Creative Industries Innovation Fund
Want to shoot a film on a shoestring budget and deadline so tight it squeaks? Ask Sexy Raygun how
'As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a member of Queen's Film Theatre'
Sean Branney returns to Northern Ireland for the premiere of the stylised thriller The Whisperer in the Dark
Filmed in Belfast's Paint Hall, Your Highness raises high hopes for the Northern Ireland movie industry
Too many screenings? Don't know where to start? Gareth Mulvenna provides a managable path through this year's programme
Susan Davey on her television debut in Betrayal of Trust, the docu-drama about paedophile priest Brendan Smyth
Banbridge cinema-goers catch the classics outdoors - weather permitting
BBC Northern Ireland to air The Crush on Oscar night. Watch a trailer
The Minister for Culture, Arts and Leisure believes Northern Ireland's creative industries can help rebalance the economy
Hollywood actor Stephen Rea makes arts funding plea to the First and Deputy First Ministers
BBC NI show brings together archive footage and interviews to show Northern Ireland in a new light
Tutor George Fleeton explains the eternal appeal of the vampire, and looks forward to a showing in the Ulster Hall
Watch trailers of the best in QFT's Romanian movie season and romantic flicks for Valentine's Day
Videos produced by Culture Northern Ireland and the Nerve Centre highlight the importance of the arts in society
Duncan Campbell's Make it New John combines fact and fiction to tell the story of DeLorean's downfall
A BBC NI documentary about Hollywood actor Stephen Boyd leaves Hugh Odling-Smee decidely underwhelmed
Lee Henry remembers watching one of the greatest actors of his generation on stage and screen
The Japanese animation reminds Deepa Mann-Kler of a childhood spent travelling from India to England