Barry Keoghan’s Top 10

Barry Keoghan

As we wait for his latest project, SALTBURN, to hit theatres, it’s time to review the amazing filmography of Ireland’s hottest new acting talent, Barry Keoghan. From his compelling portrayal of complex characters in intense dramas like THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER to his performance in epic blockbusters like DUNKIRK and winning hearts and critical acclaim with his latest film SALTBURN, check out his best performances via the link below.

Top 10 List

Condon on Kimmel

The Banshees of Inisherin

Kerry Condon talks about her Oscar nomination, taking her younger brother as a date, growing up in Ireland, wanting to be an actress as a kid and going to the premiere of THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK in Dublin, giving a business card to the director as he was getting in the car, and Leonardo DiCaprio stealing a cigarette from her at the Chateau Marmont.

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BANSHEES OF INISHERIN wins big

Colin Farrell

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN has won three major prizes at the Golden Globes’ comeback ceremony in Los Angeles. The film took home best comedy or musical film and best screenplay, as well as best comedy actor for its star, Irish actor Colin Farrell. I never expect my films to find an audience, and when they do it’s shocking for me,” Farrell said.

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Stream BANSHEES OF INISHERIN

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN is now available to stream from home. The film follows the complicated friendship of Pádraic, played by Colin Farrell, and Colm, played by Brendan Gleeson, in 1920s Ireland. The two men were best friends until, suddenly, Colm breaks off contact with Pádraic with the desire to end their friendship. Naturally, Pádraic is initially dumbfounded, thinking it is all a joke. That is, until Colm says each time Pádraic speaks to him, he will cut off one of his own fingers. Pádraic remains skeptical until fingers start getting thrown at his front door following his interactions with Colm.

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Colin Farrell: Actors on Actors

Colin Farrell

In their Actors on Actors conversation Jamie Lee Curtis and Colin Farrell bond over how they met their partners through the film industry. Jamie talks about the deep emotions hidden in her multi-dimensional character from EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE and why being sober is so important to her acting. Colin Farrell analyzes the story of THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN and what it has been like working with Martin McDonagh since IN BRUGES.

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