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Belfast-born director Nick Hamm on making the Northern Ireland peace process, with its polarising figureheads, into a movie the world could enjoy
Star Martin McCann on being part of a 'special Belfast film' and why screenwriter and school teacher Ronan Blaney is 'one of the best writers in Ireland today'
Graeme Stewart on recording with the Ulster Orchestra, why John Williams' 'Jurassic Park' score is peerless, and the process of writing music for the moving image – listen to exclusive tracks from his debut feature 'A Nightingale Falling'
Universal Pictures unveils thrilling trailer for the epic action origin film shot in Northern Ireland
Writer/director Paul Kennedy on opening the Belfast Film Festival on April 11 with his debut feature that's 'not about the Troubles'
Props and costumes from James Cameron's Oscar-winning epic film go on display at Titanic Belfast until February 2013
One of New York's most popular traditional music sessions is the subject of Elzbieta Szoka's revealing documentary
Derry~Londonderry hosts three-day festival to celebrate and debate media in all its forms
New BBC Northern Ireland drama follows six students as they begin university – it's no Hollyoaks
The Jordanstown film-maker on Roald Dahl, doodling and being nominated for a British Animation Award
The mentalist and entertainer on pulling tricks, counting coins and having Banksy finish the bedroom
The screenwriter on the risks and rewards of creative writing ahead of a masterclass at Cinemagic
Director of the Foyle Film Festival on Some Like It Hot, City of Culture 2013 and this year's festival programme
He's become a father, launched a new website and has a cliché for the entrepreneurs out there
'We need to talk about the September/October programme at Queen's Film Theatre'
The title is long, but the film is short – and packed full of mindless action for all the family
'You would have to admit our lives would be easier if our bosses weren't alive'
Catfights, air rage and one-night stands – who'd be a bridesmaid?
Phil Harrison's The Good Man could have your name in the credits
It has a new setting, a new bride, but few new ideas - Todd Phillips' sequel is a major comedown Pages