Joe Lawlor

Baltimore – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Imogen Poots shines in this angular, fragmented portrait of English rose-turned-firebrand activist Rose Dugdale from Irish filmmakers Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy.

The Future Tense review – invigorating, droll essay film

By David Jenkins

Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy reflect on matters of cultural identity in this hopscotching journey through time, space and the Irish Sea.

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Rose Plays Julie

By David Jenkins

A young woman tracks down her biological mother in Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy’s gripping study of trauma and identity.

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Watch the atmospheric first trailer for Rose Plays Julie

By David Jenkins

Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy’s psychological thriller with a difference arrives this May.

63rd BFI London Film Festival line-up brings female directors to the fore

By David Jenkins

Céline Sciamma, Marielle Heller and Athina Rachel Tsangari are all heading to the capital this October.

Every female director at the 2016 BFI London Film Festival

By Lauren Thompson

This year’s bumper line-up boasts 114 films directed or co-directed by women.

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