In The Light House, Everything Is Fine: David Lynch Season Is Coming


Good news for David Lynch fans in Ireland: That director you like is going to come back in style.

The Light House Cinema has announced an extended season of acclaimed director David Lynch’s films running from late September all the way to December, providing a great opportunity for many to see Lynch’s work on the big screen. From the bizarre and experimental Eraserhead to Oscar-winning prestige picture The Elephant Man to the ‘best film of the centuryMulholland Drive, the selection encompasses almost all of Lynch’s film work (His PlayStation 2 advertisement, sadly, is absent). The full list of films chosen for David Lynch Season can be seen below and tickets can be purchased from the Light House now. So if you like surreal dream imagery, or Kyle MacLachlan, make sure to get yourself to Smithfield at some point in the coming months.

Dune Time        
Monday 26th September (Cinema Book Club)

Friday 30th September

6:30pm

10.30pm

Eraserhead Time 
Wednesday 28th September

Saturday 8th October

8:30pm

10.30pm

The Elephant Man Time 
Saturday 1st October

Wednesday 5th October

Sunday 9th October

10.30om

8.30pm

3:00pm

Wild At Heart Time 
Wednesday 12th October

Friday 14th October

Saturday 15th October

8.3opm

10.30pm

3.00pm

The Straight Story Time 
Wednesday 19th October

Saturday 22nd October

Sunday 23rd October

8.30pm

10.30pm

3.00pm

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Time 
Wednesday 2nd November

Saturday 5th November

8.30pm

10.30pm

Lost Highway Time
Wednesday 9th November

Friday 11th November

8.30pm

10.30pm

Mulholland Drive Time
Wednesday 16th November

Saturday 19th November

Sunday 20th November

8.30pm

10.30pm

3.o0pm

Inland Empire Time
Wednesday 23rd November

Saturday 26th November

Sunday 27th November

8.30pm

10.00pm

2.00pm

Blue Velvet Time
Friday 2nd December

Saturday 3rd December

Sunday 4th December

3.00pm and 8.30pm

3.oopm and 8.30pm

3.oopm and 8.30pm

 

 

Artwork by Matthew Bolger and Emelie Lidström.

Luke Dunne
About me

Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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