Living In A Coded Land
Wednesday, 19th February 2014
6.30PM @ Light House
According to Director Pat Collins, “Living in a Coded Land is a poetic and imaginative film essay that makes unexpected links between events and locations, history and contemporary life. The film revolves around the notion of a sense of place and stories associated with place, reflecting on the subterranean traces of the past in the present and probing themes such as the impact of colonialism, emigration, the famine, land, housing and the place of art in society. Making extensive use of archive from RTÉ and the IFI, the film seeks to explore the more elusive layers of meaning that make up this country.”
Tickets are available to book from Filmbase or online here
Director: Pat Collins
Duration: 80 minutes
Check out the rest of our previews of Irish films screening at this year’s festival.
The 12th Jameson Dublin International Film Festival runs 13 – 23 February 2014.