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The alternative angle

The alternative angle

Filmmaker Paul Duane is interested in the nonconformist, the person who refuses to do what is expected of them, as his latest documentary about the decidedly eccentric Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond – conceptual artists and former members of pop group KLF – demonstrates. Interview: Tony Clayton-Lea

Bannon takes a wide-eyed look at where the other half live

Bannon takes a wide-eyed look at where the other half live

This week

This week

Culture Counter

Culture Counter

Fine fare at the king of Dublin wine bars

Fine fare at the king of Dublin wine bars

Off Message

Off Message

Have the rich and powerful always behaved so badly? Or does social media shine a spotlight on what has always been unacceptable?

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

The untold story of a sparkling giant

The untold story of a sparkling giant

Prosecco was being written about by the Romans as long ago as the first century AD, but in many ways its narrative is just beginning

Emer’s Week

Emer’s Week

Appetite For Distraction

Appetite For Distraction

Hollywood is dusting off the frocks and tuxes in preparation for the biggest heist of the year – the 91st annual Academy Awards

Shifting identities challenge an audience’s assumptions

Shifting identities challenge an audience’s assumptions

Album Reviews

Album Reviews

Look and learn

Look and learn

The 17th International Film Festival in Dublin will feature talks, documentaries and photographic exhibition which look behind the scenes of Irish cinema, writes Sarah Taaffe-Maguire

Jenkins delivers a powerful love song

Jenkins delivers a powerful love song

A cape of good slope

A cape of good slope

Francesca Comyn goes on the piste at the tranquil resort of Val Thorens in France, for her first taste of skiing in 27 years - and finds that it’s nothing like riding a bike