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‘Belfast’: Film Review | Telluride 2021

Writer-director Kenneth Branagh looks back to his childhood in Northern Ireland during an intense period of religious and political conflict.

‘Uncle Vanya’: Theater Review

Toby Jones, Richard Armitage and Ciarán Hinds head the ensemble in Conor McPherson's new adaptation of Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya,' directed by Ian Rickson.

‘Translations’: Theater Review

Ian Rickson's 2018 staging of Brian Friel's modern classic about language and nationhood enjoys a speedy return to the National, again led by Ciarán Hinds

‘The Terror’: TV Review | Berlin 2018

Jared Harris, Ciaran Hinds and Tobias Menzies lead a British Royal Navy expedition ice-locked in Arctic waters and facing unknown horrors in AMC's 10-part cross-genre chiller 'The Terror.'

‘Girl From the North Country’: Theater Review

Bob Dylan's songs provide the backdrop to 'Girl From the North Country,' a freewheeling Depression-era musical from 'The Weir' creator Conor McPherson.

‘The Crucible’: Theater Review

Saoirse Ronan leads the accusers in this revival of Arthur Miller's morality play about the Salem witch trials, with Ben Whishaw and Sophie Okonedo as John and Elizabeth Proctor.

‘Hamlet’: Theater Review

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the Danish prince in director Lyndsey Turner's modern-dress staging of 'Hamlet' at London's Barbican Theatre.

First Look: Ewan McGregor as Jesus in ‘Last Days in the Desert’

The Rodrigo Garcia film is set to premiere at Sundance

AFM: Icon Adds ‘Bleed for This’ to 2015 Slate

The U.K. distributor recently picked up Shane Black's 'The Nice Guys,' starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, for the British market

‘The Night Alive,’ ‘All the Way’ and ‘Fun Home’ Take New York Drama Critics Awards

Special citations went to the Shakespeare's Globe double of "Twelfth Night" and "Richard III," and to playwright-director Richard Nelson's four-part cycle, "The Apple Family Plays."

The Night Alive: Theater Review

Ciaran Hinds heads the ensemble as a down-and-out Dubliner fumbling for an emotional connection with a damaged woman in Conor McPherson's latest.

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Toronto Review

In his feature debut, New York filmmaker Ned Benson brings together a dream cast with Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy toplining.