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Audiences from here to New York, Canada and Scandinavia have identified with Fly Me to the Moon, the comic tale of two carers, which continues to speak to the sector's emotional demands and the relationships between workers and patients
Ronan Hill reveals how he went from recording audio for local news stories to winning Emmys for his work on TV's most talked about show
The boss of award-winning Belfast studio Italic Pig says there's nothing to stop those dreaming of being developers from teaching themselves how it's done
The noted 'activist who happens to write' discusses hope as the basis for political progress and the importance of inciting young people ahead of a sold-out Belfast talk
Whether they're awards season heavyweights, box office giants or something that sparks excitement closer to home, these feature-lengths aren't to be missed in the year ahead
How John DeLorean's Belfast-built failure of the motoring industry became an icon of cinema and helped render a family franchise a timeless cultural phenomenon
From Matt Damon on Mars to Tom Hardy's turn as East London's evil twins, the big screen has much more to offer before 2015 is out
As HBO's fantasy behemoth reaches the end of its published source material we look back on its most memorable sequences so far. Spoilers ahead...
The third instalment of Céline Sciamma's coming-of-age trilogy is a poised and fascinating picture drawing towering performances from its street-cast actresses
Triplevision has been producing cutting edge programmes for nearly 20 years, but for filmmaker Gerard Stratton it's recent work with DU Dance that's been most creatively rewarding
Having gone from Sundance to the Mecca of streaming with his company's feature debut, the Strabane native says there's no better time for the next generation to find success on the big screen
Urban murals and graffiti marketing may be a current craze, but for the 'Belfast Banksy' it's a passion that's taken perseverance and a positive outlook to turn into a living
As Belfast prepares to celebrate its next Freeman of the City, we count down his greatest contributions to cinema in front of and behind the camera
Freelancers unite in a networking event to face challenges they each share and confront isolation felt within the independent industries
The artistic director of a major centenary revival of the seminal play on providing an outsider's perspective on Frank McGuinness's vision
New feature film written and directed by Brian Mulholland is a love letter to his home city. 'The Belfast psyche is peculiar. We slag each other out of love. That's worth celebrating'
Screenwriter Marie Jones tells the epic story of Northern Ireland's meeting with Brazil at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. 'It's about normal people fighting against the odds'
Oscar-nominated writer/director Stephen Fingleton on helming the 'anti-science fiction' feature he wanted to be 'the best thing ever shot in Northern Ireland'
'Did we really do that? Were we that inhuman? Yes, we were.' Auteur on exploring the past, present and future of his birthplace in a special, UK-wide film programme
Lauded playwright on the 'divide and conquer' approach to arts funding cuts in Northern Ireland, why satire is 'an absolutely vital weapon' in the fight against austerity, and her new production at The MAC
Four part Belfast-set crime series among the most popular programmes available on RTÉ Player – director Aiden Largey and actor Shaun Blaney on making it through the Storyland commissioning process
We appraise the Ballymena-born Hollywood heavyweight's five best and five worst films. Agree or disagree?
New festival endorsed by Stephen Fry and scheduled to encourage creative engagement ahead of the May 2015 election – enter your five proposals for change to the Alternative Manifesto
'What is a game and what is art?' Three of Derry's digital innovators blur the lines between artistic expression and entertainment gaming with interactive installation
Connal Parr, board member of new organisation dedicated to giving voice to the loyalist working-class community in Northern Ireland, on why 'theatre is very important in a general cultural sense'
Richard Dormer on acting alongside Michael Gambon in new Sky Atlantic series 'Fortitude' and how his career was built on arts funding
Despite impending funding cuts, the film organisation for young people train new generation of cast and crew and deliver their feature film under budget
With filmmaking funding on the line, two of Northern Ireland's most promising directors vie for Oscar glory
Programme for young people continues to make a contribution to film culture, education and training
Writer/director Allan Cubitt on keeping the body count low at an advance screening in Belfast
New documentary sheds light on Run in the Dark founder and inspirational County Down sportsman
Film agency for hair and makeup artists aims to train new generation of Northern Irish experts
Dan Gordon's world premiere exploring link between east Belfast and First World War
Martin McCann on starring in Yann Demange's debut feature which 'searches for Truth' amid the Troubles
Matthew Coyle joins enthusiasts of the HBO series for a tour of the most picturesque shooting locations on Northern Ireland's North Coast
The Lir graduate on exciting debut role in acclaimed production at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast
New iPad app makes an interactive experience of the late Nobel laureate's sparkling translations
The anti-slavery charity seeks submissions for its annual short film competition, which closes August 13
Filmmakers Eileen Walsh and David Dryden explore the evolution of graffiti art across Northern Ireland
Alex Fegan's acclaimed film on the enduring cultural significance of the humble pub to screen in Derry~Londonderry on June 9 Pages