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John Boorman (centre) with his Queen & Country stars (L-R) Caleb Landry Jones, Tamsin Egerton and Callum Turner at last year's Cannes Film Festival

Monday 15 Jun 2015

Interview: Queen & Country director John Boorman

With John Boorman's new film Queen & Country now screening at Dublin's Light House Cinema, TEN's Harry Guerin met the longtime Wicklow resident to find out more.

  • Kavanagh - "I also wanted to make a love letter to some of the films that terrified me as a child, to make a film that was almost self-aware in regards to it being a horror film"

    Interview: The Canal director Ivan Kavanagh

    With his new Irish horror The Canal out now in cinemas, writer-director Ivan Kavanagh tells TEN's Harry Guerin about bringing the scares to the screen.

  • Salmon angler Alan Nolan on the River Lee.

    River Runner: The River Lee and the Wild Atlantic Salmon

    Filmed over two years, Declan O'Mahony's film, River Runner, uncovers disturbing truths about the River Lee, whose eco-system has been seriously damaged since two ESB dams went into operation in the late 1950s. Paddy Kehoe reports.

  • Cruising for a brogue bruising

    Shamrocks, Semtex and Shelliaghs

    As we hurtle toward another St Patrick's Day, Alan Corr rounds up the very worst and the very best attempts at an Irish accent on the big screen. Begorra and, indeed, begosh!

  • Colin Firth

    Watch! Colin Firth on new movie Kingsman

    Kingsman: The Secret Service is in cinemas now, RTÉ TEN caught up with Colin Firth to find out what the movie is all about.

  • Oscar Isaac as Abel Morales in A Most Violent Year

    Oscar Isaac on A Most Violent Year

    With A Most Violent Year opening in cinemas this Friday, star Oscar Isaac tells TEN's Harry Guerin about his powerhouse performance opposite friend and former classmate Jessica Chastain in the JC Chandor-directed thriller.

  • Keith Walsh and Jill Beardsworth filming in the Golan Heights

    Apples of the Golan

    Keith Walsh and Jill Beardsworth, two Irish film-makers, spent four years in the village Majdal Shams in the Israeli-occupied, Syrian Golan Heights to make Apples of the Golan. Paddy Kehoe talked to the film-makers.