THE SOUNDS OF MUSIC
OCT 9TH – NOV 13TH
A Six-Week Evening Course on Music for Film
From silent film accompaniment to multi-selling soundtracks, film music has evolved to become an essential and dynamic component. Compositions from award-winners such as Ennio Morricone or John Williams are instantly identifiable, their soundtracks contributing to the visceral and emotional cinema experience.
This six-week course will look at examples of film music, from the experimental to big budget composition. The course will run on consecutive Tuesdays, commencing at 18.30 unless otherwise stated. Order of screenings may vary slightly.
Notes by Alicia McGivern
TICKETS: €80 (including tea/coffee) for complete course (concessions €75). Booking for the complete course through our website. Film tickets not individually sold.
PLUS, in association with the National Concert Hall and RTE Concert Orchestra, IFI Evening Course attendees will receive a special discount ticket of €20 for Jawslive!
DOWN ARGENTINE WAY – Oct 9th (18.30)
Irving Cummins / 89 mins, USA, 1940, DVD
KATALIN VARGA – Oct 16th (18.30)
Peter Strickland / 82 mins, Romania-UK, 2009, 35mm, Subtitled
I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE – Oct 23rd (18.30)
Jacques Tourneur / 69 mins, USA, 1943, Digital
LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE – Oct 30th (18.30)
Jean Cocteau / 93 mins, France, 1946, Digital, Subtitled
AMISTAD – Nov 6TH (18.00)
Steven Spielberg / 157 mins, USA, 1997, Digital
SHORT FILMS & MUSIC: MAURICE SEEZER SELECTS – Nov 13TH (18.30)
Various / 60 mins screening time approx.
There are no current films.
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME DECEMBER 2018: PROGRAMME 2
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
KEEPERS OF THE FLAME
SORRY TO BOTHER YOU
THE CAMINO VOYAGE
THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT
THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN
THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN (WILD STRAWBERRIES)
THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council