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A love letter to Irish mythology with a feminist twist, short film TETHERED  is an intriguing project currently seeking crowdfunding. takes a look at two different women harshly punished for being young. TETHERED is a dark, bittersweet and supernatural Irish fantasy film that promises to explore the power of folklore, family and friendship. The short is inspired by Irish mythology and our nation’s traditions of storytelling, as well as serving as an homage to 1980s genre films like Poltergeist, Cocoon, Labyrinth and The Watcher in the Woods – but all with a stridently feminist twist. 

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The Lighthouse Cinema is at it again; coming on the 15th of October, Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains! A film that combines punk rock, teenage girls and a fuck-you attitude.

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains gathered dust in Paramount’s vault for years before its video-release because it was received badly by test audiences. However, the film achieved cult status years later when it gained circulation on late night cable TV. In 1998, The Fabulous Stains was screened for the first time in fifteen years to a packed theatre at Chicago Underground Film Festival. Pat Smear of Germs, Nirvana and recently the Foo Fighters fame has said he would love to re-record the film’s soundtrack, Bikini Kill‘s Tobi Vail called it “the most profound and realistic film” she’d ever seen and many musicians claim to have been inspired to pursue music because of the film, such as Kate Nash. Somehow the film’s obscurity has worked in its favour, lending the film an underground quality worthy of its subject matter.

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