See some of the Best of the 10s at the Light House


Incredibly, there are only sixteen days remaining in the 2010s, and though every year of the last few years has felt like a decade unto itself in one way or another, one positive thing the 10s have undoubtedly given us is a plentiful supply of great films. And the Light House Cinema will give film fans an opportunity to see some of the best and most beloved of the decade this month and through January, screening a series of the Best of the 10s. The season will run from December 27th until January 5th, with 18 favourites to relive before another ten years of film kicks off for us.

There’s a great selection of films, as you might expect from the taste-makers over at the Smithfield cinema (we note, but will forgive, the absence of Detective Pikachu). Having asked staff members and regulars to assemble a list, they’ve picked out some films that it will be a pleasure to see on the big screen once again, including cult hits like Drive and Mandy and awards-fare like Black Swan, Roma and La La Land Moonlight. And of course, no season at the Light House is complete without at least one screening of Call Me By Your Name.

Stay tuned to Film In Dublin over the coming weeks as our own Best of the Decade list will be coming very soon. We’ve asked our writers from past and present to put together their personal top 10s, some of which are on the Light House’s list, some of which you can find reviews for live on our site right now and some of which you might never have guessed. Got predictions? Let us know in the comments below!

Tickets for Best of the 10s are now available. Check out the full list of screenings for the Light House’s Best of the 10s season:

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

(From 27th December 2019)

LADY BIRD

(From 27th December 2019)

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD – BLACK AND CHROME EDITION

(From 28th December 2019)

MANDY

(From 28th December 2019)

THE MASTER

(From 29th December 2019)

DRIVE

(From 29th December 2019)

MOONLIGHT

(From 30th December 2019)

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS

(From 30th December 2019)

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

(From 1st January 2020)

UNDER THE SKIN

(From 1st January 2020)

LA LA LAND

(From 1st January 2020)

GOOD TIME

(From 2nd January 2020)

INCEPTION

(From 3rd January 2020)

GET OUT

(From 3rd January 2020)

HOLY MOTORS

(From 4th January 2020)

ARRIVAL

(From 4th January 2020)

ROMA

(From 5th January 2020)

BLACK SWAN

(From 5th January 2020)

 

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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