Located just over the Grand Canal on Upper Leeson Street, the Small Screen Library is our little effort to bring some community spirit to the fair city of film, and give some support to the joys of physical media.
The idea behind the Small Screen Library is simple – take a movie and leave a movie in the library box. Whether you’ve got unwanted DVDs gathering dust in your attic, or your an active film fan looking to trade deep cuts away from the sameness of streaming, we’ll keep the library stocked for you. If you want to leave back the movie you borrowed when you finished with it, or stop by with something new, that’s up to you – but we’d love to keep the box booked and busy as much as possible! TV series and even books are welcome as well – just please, no Ross O’Carroll-Kelly. It’s hard enough for Luke being a Northsider in D4 as it is.
If you’ve enjoyed a film you’ve taken from the Small Screen Library, we’d love to get a review from you too! Just leave the name of the movie and a few of your thoughts in the comments below: