Join us every Monday and Wednesday for free lunchtime screenings of short films from the IFI Irish Film Archive collections.
Throughout June (and with a double bill on Bloomsday, June 16th) we celebrate the work of James Joyce with two short programmes of Ulysees-inspired films.
An animated interpreation of Ulysses directed by Tim Booth
FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 1998, Colour
PITCH AND PUTT WITH BECKETT AND JOYCE
A robust parody of the personae and writing styles of Joyce and Beckett. Directed by Donald Clarke.
FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 2001, Colour
An evocative photographic recreation of life in Dublin on June 16th 1904, Directed by Kieran Hickey.
FILM INFO: 10 minutes, 1968, Black and White
AMHARC EIREANN: EAGRAN 159
Newsreel of Bloomsday ’62 when the Joyce Tower was opened. Directed by Colm O Laoghaire for Gael Linn.
FILM INFO: 3 minutes, 1962, Black and White
THREE WEEKS IN A TOWER
Rarely-seen dramatised account of the three weeks James Joyce, Oliver St. John Gogarty and Samuel Trench spent in the Joyce Tower in Sandycove, directed by Maurice O’Kelly.
FILM INFO: 25 minutes, 1972, Colour