Upcoming Screenings in The Model Sligo

(A Dangerous Method)

The Model, Sligo have announced details of their upcoming screenings.

07, 08, 09 & 11 Mar. at 6.15pm
14 & 15 Mar. at 8.15pm
18 Mar. 3.15
Carnage €8/€6
2011 black comedy co-written and directed by Roman Polanski, based on the play God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza.  Two sets of middle-class parents arguing in an apartment over a violent incident involving both their school-age sons. What emerges is an insightful and uproariously funny study of the petty snobbery and minutiae of prejudice lurking beneath the rituals of bourgeois civility.
Booking Tel. (071) 914 1405 



14, 15, 16, 18, 21 & 22 Mar. at 6.15pm
Young Adult €8/€6

Soon after her divorce, a fiction writer returns to her home in small-town Minnesota, looking to rekindle a romance with her ex-boyfriend, who is now happily married and has a newborn daughter. ‘She is one of the least sympathetic heroines imaginable, and one of the funniest’. The Gueardian ****
Booking Tel. (071) 914 1405  



21 & 22 Mar. at 8.15pm
23 Mar. at 6.15pm
28 & 29 Mar. at 8.15
30 Mar. at 6.15pm
A Dangerous Method €8/€6

‘In this erotic mind-bender from director David Cronenberg, talk isn’t cheap, it’s what helped birth modern psychiatry at the start of the 20th century.’ Rolling Stone
Booking Tel. (071) 914 1405



28 & 29 Mar. at 6.15pm
April 01 at 3.15pm
04, 05, 06 Apr. at 6.15pm
08 Apr. at 3.15pm
Martha Marcy May Marlene €8/€6

This elegantly-mounted, sympathetically-acted film conjures up a telling undercurrent of dread that’s not just about the plot turning nasty, but evokes the terrifying limitations in American life if stepping off the consumer-career treadmill leaves so many traps for the unwary.  ‘This tale of a young woman’s efforts to escape a sinister hippie cult boasts a quietly devastating central performance by Elizabeth Olsen,’ Irish Times ****
Booking Tel. (071) 914 1405 



Love is in the Air in Slollywood (Er..Sligo) – a fundit project

Since September Sligo based community group ‘Sabona Community Productions’ (meaning “hello” in Zulu) have been working with local filmmaker Sinead Dolan on a collaborative project Encounter, a short romantic comedy set in Sligo; African boy meets Irish girl.

Bringing together a diverse group of international and Irish people who live in Sligo the script, which is the product of Create’s Artist in the Community scheme, reflects real-life experiences incorporating themes of difference, cross-cultural issues and identity but is first and foremost a romantic comedy.

Jonah visits Sligo from South Africa but finds himself falling for Irish girl, Bella. He quickly realizes that the ways of Sligo are quite different to home and has to learn what makes an Irish girl tick.

We have a cast and crew ready, willing and able to bring this story from script to screen. Shooting Encounter is also an opportunity for participants to gain experience and put their new skills into practice. We have commitments from a range of professionals in the area who are willing to share their skills and time, but we will need transport, some crew and equipment to realise the project.

So we need a little help, and that’s where you come in! Join our community as funders on www.fundit.ie/project/encounter where we have just launched our crowd funding campaign. You can fund as little as €5.00 so we can get ready to shout “Lights.Camera.Action”

“LOLS, this is one of our favourite project films to date! Made in ‘Slollywood’, this is community film-making at it’s best!” fundit team

Check out our trailer at www.fundit.ie/project/encounter