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ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: SHALL WE DANCE?

Join us for free lunchtime screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect your tickets at the IFI Box Office.

PROGRAMME ONE
BIMÍS AG RINCE
Teach Siamsa, a folk academy in Fionnuig, North
Kerry, was established in 1974 to develop local dance
and music culture. Fr. Pat Ahern and Bishop Éamon
Casey are interviewed.
26 mins, Ireland, 1975, Digital

PROGRAMME TWO
DANCE SCHOOL – Liam Ó Laoghaire
Liam Ó Laoghaire brings us into the Dublin studio
of Erina Brady as she teaches children the techniques
of modern dance.
8 mins, Ireland, 1943, Digital, Colour + Black & White, Silent

RINCE – Medb Johnstone
A family of Irish dancers cannot resist the rhythm of
the music on the radio as they wait for their dinner.
8 mins, Ireland, 2014, Digital

DEEP END DANCE – Conor Horgan
A fully-dressed man is pushed into a swimming pool
by his elderly mother. She watches and then joins
him, and they play out the story of their relationship
through underwater dance. Performed by dancer
David Bolger and his mother Madge.
6 mins, Ireland, 2010, Digital

Notes by Sunniva O’Flynn

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