The latest information is that cinemas will be open again at reduced capacity from June 7th. While news, reviews and events in the fair city of film remain a little thinner on the ground, Film In Dublin is still taking an occasional look at What’s On…The Shelf, taking a deeper dive in to some of…
All posts in May 2021
Available now: ‘Scarface’ by Amy Lauren McGrath, PDF for Palestine
In the most recent issue of our zine Pretty Deadly Films, illustrator Amy Lauren McGrath contributed an art piece on Scarface under our theme of ‘Reboots, Returns, Revivals’. Film In Dublin and Amy are now making a limited run of A4 prints of this piece available, with all proceeds going to support medical relief in Palestine.
Culture and Technology collide at the Carlow Arts Festival 2021
As we head into the summer, the enriching experiences of various arts and cultural festivals and events increasingly arrive on our radar. Hosting events online offers new possibilities, while many of us all also gumming for something in person, film or otherwise. The Carlow Arts Festival returns this June 2021, currently offering a combination of…
The Fastnet Film Festival comes from Schull to your screens this week
Traditionally, the Fastnet Film Festival takes place annually in Schull, County Cork, a selection of cinema under the shadow of Mount Gabriel. In May 2021, the festival will be delivered entirely online, with over 300 shorts from Ireland and abroad available to view completely free this week.
Movie Memories: Charlene Lydon on the Light House, awkward Q&As and hopes for reopening
Many a movie lover in the fair city of film is dying for the day when cinemas are back open again, but as we all know, a cinema is only as good as its programming. At the Light House Cinema in Smithfield and the Pálas in Galway, that selection is curated by Charlene Lydon, a genuine buff with a storied…
Silver Mountain Distribution launches The Edge of Chaos to World Markets
A Cork-based production is on its way to worldwide distribution as The Edge of Chaos reaches out in search of an audience.
Eamonn Dillon’s short Home Truths gives voice to the victims of the housing crisis
The housing crisis is never far from the headlines in Ireland. It’s always worth remembering that it’s not just a political football, kicked backwards and forwards by our landlord leaders while they profit and profilgate. The housing crisis has ruined and cost far too many lives in Dublin and beyond, and a new short from…
John Boyega returns as Attack the Block 2 in development
One of the most underappreciated sci-fi films of the 21st century, the original Attack the Block was funny, frightening, frenetic and fresh on its release in 2o11. When we covered the film for the Breakout Role Podcast last year, we were struck by how current it still felt, and how immediately bright the star wattage of…
Pretty Deadly Films is accepting submissions for September
Our film zine Pretty Deadly Films returns this September and we’re putting the call out now for our latest set of contributors.