Tag: "Light House Cinema"
In ‘Screwball’, comedy is battle – battle of the classes, battle of the sexes and, most importantly, battle of the wits, where the quickest wins the day. It’s this wit and pace that was the forerunner of most modern comedy, with the baton having being passed to the great sitcoms of today. These movies would be [...]
Light House Cinema is set to host the Dublin Chinese New Year Film Festival from 1st February
The Light House Cinema, Smithfield, welcomes Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos (Kinetta, Dogtooth) on Wednesday, 7th November. There will be a special advanced preview of his new film ALPS at 20.30 followed by a Q&A with the director.
Following the success and popularity of their Film Noir Season, Light House Cinema is proud to announce a season of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
This Sunday the Light House Cinema is inviting everyone to bring their dad to see that dad favourite, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - for free. The screening will take place on Sunday 17th June at 5:50pm at Light House Cinema,Smithfield. Book one ticket for yourself and bring your dad when you’re collecting it [...]
Director of the award winning and heart-warming ‘His & Hers’ to attend Q&A session as part of the International Woman’s Day Film Festival
Concern Worldwide and Light House Cinema delighted to announce Ken Wardrop will discuss his critically acclaimed documentary on 8th March
Element Pictures’ Andrew Lowe on the reopening of Light House Cinema Smithfield on Friday, 20th January 2012
Gordon Gaffney reports from The Light House Cinema, Smithfield, which was officially relaunched this morning and will reopen for business on Friday, 20th January 2012.
thejournal.ie have reported that the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is to host some of its prestigious film screenings in the Light House cinema in Smithfield. The cinema closed down in April of last year after running up a rent debt of over €100,000 but is now reopening under the new management of Element Pictures. [...]
The board of the Light House Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin met on Tuesday, 22nd March to discuss its future ahead of a High Court hearing of a petition to wind up the company.
Podcast interviews with writer/director Conor McDermottroe and the team behind ‘Swansong: Story of Occi Byrne’
In part one Conor McDermottroe speaks to Film Ireland’s Scott Townsend about his debut feature as director ‘Swansong: Story of Occi Byrne’, which was released in cinemas on Friday September 10th 2010.
In part two Conor McDermottroe, producer Hermann Florin and some more of the crew answer questions from the Light House Cinema audience on Friday September 10th 2010.
The feature film ‘Swansong, Story of Occi Byrne’, written and directed by Conor McDermottroe, goes on release in the Light House Cinema, Dublin and in select cinemas in the Sligo/Leitrim area from today Friday 10th September.
The two biking films, Follow Me and Seasons will be screened as a special presentation of the Glasgow International Bike Film Festival on tour.
The DVD launch of ‘Twelve Short Dance Films from Ireland, RTÉ Dance on the Box 2006-2010′ took place on Thursday 13th May 2010 in the Light House Cinema, Smithfield.
Light House Cinema is offering the public the opportunity to see some classic cinematic love stories on the big screen, as they were meant to be experienced. The Screen Lovers Season, which will run for one month only, 10th October–10th November, will feature the unforgettable classics ‘Brief Encounter’ (1945), ‘South Pacific’ (1958), ‘Some Like It Hot’ (1959), ‘Pierrot le fou’ (1965) and ‘My Beautiful Laundrette’ (1985).
‘Stanley Kubrick: Taming Light’ is a group exhibition of 25 new works from Irish and international painters, photographers and illustrators paying tribute to the life and work of Stanley Kubrick, ten years on from his death. The exhibition will take place at Light House Cinema, Smithfield (Dublin) for the month of October, 2009.
In celebration of the centenary of the birth of producer Albert R. ‘Cubby’ Broccoli, a season of classic James Bond films have been digitally restored and are being shown exclusively at Light House Cinema, Smithfield from 14th June. The four classic films will be screened via digital projection at Light House, enabling audiences to enjoy [...]
Dublin’s Light House Cinema will be providing the camera obscura setting for a unique display of developing work of 22 artists from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD). The exhibition will be open daily from 1.30 pm–9 pm from 27th March until 6th April, and will be free of charge and open to the public.
Light House Cinema, Smithfield, are delighted to take part in this year’s Dublin Culture Night. Dublin’s newest cinema will screen the highly acclaimed Chacun son cinéma free of charge at 6pm and 8.30pm on Friday September 19th as their contribution to Culture Night. The new Light House Cinema has already firmly established itself as a [...]