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PROGRAMME 1 Poorhouse An ailing woman works in the Cavan poorhouse. Director: Frank Stapleton / 30 mins, Ireland, 1995
Curated by: Benjamin Cook
We are delighted to welcome Director of LUX, Benjamin Cook and artist Anne-Marie Copestake to introduce the screening. A post-screening discussion will take place in Studio 6 at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. This will mark... Read More
This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.
Thirteen years after the closure of The Filmmakers, Lupino was finally afforded the chance to direct again, for what would turn out to be her final film in the position.
Marking a... Read More
Marking yet another occasion when Lupino’s career broke new ground, The Hitch-Hiker is widely regarded as the first film noir directed by a woman.
Inspired by the facts around the real-life case... Read More
Teenage tennis prodigy Florence (Sally Forrest) is forced to strive ever harder for success in order to satisfy the ambitions of her middle-class mother Millie (Claire Trevor), who sees her daughter as... Read More
With the weakening of the Hays Code in the late 1940s, Hollywood was once again able to tackle more taboo topics. Outrage was, along with Johnny Belinda (Jean Negulesco, 1948), one of... Read More
Harry (Edmond O’Brien) and wife Eve (Joan Fontaine), unable to have their own children, seek to adopt, and so must be assessed for suitability by Mr. Jordan (Edmund Gwenn). Jordan’s investigation into... Read More
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Hail to the King, Baby – Bruce Campbell is back!
The star of the Evil Dead Trilogy and the best part of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films, Bruce Campbell is back with a new book:... Read More
Lupino’s first official film as director, following uncredited work on 1949’s Not Wanted when original director Elmer Clifton suffered a heart attack, also saw her receive credits for writing and producing, an... Read More
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