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# Jim Sheridan

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# ireland on film
Quiz: How well do you know the films of Jim Sheridan?
One of Ireland’s foremost directors is celebrating his birthday today.
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# Finding Phil
Open auditions being held to find someone to play Phil Lynott on the big screen
Jim Sheridan is working on the documentary about his rise to stardom.
# Director's Cut
'There are definitely stories that would fit onto the big screen': Jim Sheridan reflects on Apollo House
The film director is proud of what the Apollo House occupation achieved.
# lights camera action
This little Kilkenny village has been utterly transformed into a Hollywood film set
Filming of The Secret Scripture kicked off today.
# you like me you really like me
Laura Dern to get award at Dingle International Film Festival tonight
The actress was praised for her “impeccable performances across a broad range of characters”.
'The only roles they can play are terrorists': New film festival challenges Arab stereotypes
Screen legend Omar Sharif will be among those attending the first-ever Dublin Arab Film Festival this week.
# mystery man
He was Ireland's most prolific filmmaker, directing 60 movies... but have you ever heard of William Desmond Taylor?
Born in Carlow, the filmmaker worked with the biggest stars of Hollywood’s ‘Golden Age’. His murder in 1922 made headlines all over the world, and remains unsolved to this day.
Column: Cardinal Rules - on Occupy Jim Sheridan's gaff
This week, the (not) Primate of All-Ireland is caught up in #Occupy fever – and decides to #Occupy Jim Sheridan’s €7,000-a-month rented house.
# nice gaff
Rent director Jim Sheridan’s house for €7,000 a month
The four-bedroomed house overlooking Dalkey Sound includes tidal swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, private jetty and private cinema – of course.
# No Sneak Peak
No preview of Sheridan's latest movie for US critics
Jim Sheridan’s latest offering, starring Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig, is avoiding US critics before being released to the general public. And no one seems sure why.