Tag Archive | Frances Winston

Film Review: Annabelle Comes Home

Film Review: Annabelle Comes Home

Frances Winston reviews the latest in the creepy doll series, Annabelle Comes Home Directed by: Gary Dauberman – Starring: Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Katie Sarife, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson I’m going to assume that anyone reading this is somewhat familiar with the creepy-looking doll that is Annabelle, and also with the Conjuring universe, of which […]

Film Review and Trailer: Pavarotti

Film Review and Trailer: Pavarotti

Frances Winston reviews this documentary about Divo of the opera world, Pavarotti Directed by: Ron Howard – Starring: Luciano Pavarotti Even those who are not fans of opera tend to have a soft spot for Pavarotti – the legendary tenor who made arias acceptable to the masses. His Nessun Dorma is the stuff of legend (and […]

Out Now! May/June 2019 Issue of EILE Magazine – FREE!

Out Now! May/June 2019 Issue of EILE Magazine – FREE!

Welcome to the May/June 2019 issue of EILE Magazine! In this edition, we feature ‘Art After Stonewall 1969-89’, an upcoming exhibition at the Frost Art Museum FIU Florida, the GAZE Film Festival in Dublin, and an article on the importance of Pride and visibility by Shaley Howard. Our music section welcomes Wes Mason, Lulise, Rainne […]

The GAZE Film Festival 2019 Highlights

The GAZE Film Festival 2019 Highlights

Frances Winston writes about some highlights of the upcoming GAZE 2019 Gaze Film Festival: 1st – 5th August, Lighthouse Cinema, Smithfield, and various other venues, Dublin Now in its 27th year, the GAZE film festival is always eagerly anticipated within the community, as it is carefully curated to give audiences the opportunity to see some of […]

Film Review: Brightburn

Film Review: Brightburn

Frances Winston reviews Brightburn, a film in the sci-fi horror genre Directed by: David Yarovesky – Starring: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones, Meredith Hagner, Gregory Alan Williams, Jennifer Holland, Steve Agree, Becky Wahlstrom, Christian Finlayson An alien baby is found by a childless couple, who raise them as their own, but […]

Gig Review: Metallica at Slane Castle, June 8th

Gig Review: Metallica at Slane Castle, June 8th

Review by Frances Winston Metallica, Slane Castle, June 8th 2019 After almost a decade, Metallica made a triumphant return to Irish shores to play what is always one of the most prestigious gigs of the Summer – the annual Slane Castle concert. Following in the footsteps of Thin Lizzy, Queen, Guns and Roses, and numerous […]

Film Review & Trailer: Float Like a Butterfly

Film Review & Trailer: Float Like a Butterfly

Frances Winston reviews this Irish film, Float Like A Butterfly, set within an Irish traveller family Directed by Carmel Winters – Starring: Hazel Doupe, Dara Devaney, Aidan O’Hare, Lalor Roddy, Lisa Lambe Taking its title from the legendary Muhammad Ali saying, this Irish production is fittingly set around the time he visited the Emerald Isle […]