Mystery Matinee

This strand is the ultimate surprise film – it could be anything from the history of cinema and you won’t know until the lights go down and the title comes up!

The next Mystery Matinee will be held on April 21st. Each monthly selection is overseen by Cinema Programmer Kevin Coyne, tickets €5.20.

2019 MYSTERY MATINEE SCREENINGS

20/01/2019 – Inherit the Wind (1960), dir. Stanley Kramer

10/02/2019 – Damsel (2018), dirs. David Zellner, Nathan Zellner

31/03/2019 – Styx (2018), dir. Wolfgang Fischer

21/04/2019 – November (2017), dir. Rainer Sarnet

26/05/2019 – Quality Time (2017), dir. Daan Bakker

23/06/2019 – ???

 

2018 MYSTERY MATINEE SCREENINGS

21/01/2018 – Lady Bird (2017), dir. Greta Gerwig

18/02/2018 – Mom and Dad (2017), dir. Brian Taylor

18/03/2018 – Green for Danger (1946), dir. Sidney Gilliat

22/04/2018 – Anon (2018), dir. Andrew Niccol

20/05/2018 – Citizen Ruth (1996), dir. Alexander Payne

24/06/2018 – The Party (1968), dir. Blake Edwards

29/07/2018 – The Lure (2015), dir. Agnieszka Smoczyńska

12/08/2018 – The Long Goodbye (1973), dir. Robert Altman

16/09/2018 – The Little Stranger (2018), dir. Lenny Abrahamson

14/10/2018 – Carnival of Souls (1962), dir. Herk Harvey

04/11/2018 – Wildlife (2018), dir. Paul Dano

 

2017 MYSTERY MATINEE SCREENINGS

30/04/2017 – Berlin Syndrome (2017), dir. Cate Shortland

14/05/2017 – Snatched (2017), dir. Jonathan Levine

11/06/2017 – Beat the Devil (1953), dir. John Huston

30/07/2017 – A Ghost Story (2017), dir. David Lowery

13/08/2017 – Starman (1984), dir. John Carpenter

24/09/2017 – Gas Food Lodging (1992), dir. Allison Anders

22/10/2017 – Drácula (1931), dir. George Melford

12/11/2017 – Runaway Train (1985), dir. Andrei Konchalovsky

 

  • MYSTERY MATINEE – JULY 2019

    Join us for Dublin’s best kept secret! This month’s screening, for which tickets cost just €5.20, will take place at 13.00 on Sunday 21st. The film chosen could be anything from throughout the history of cinema, or even a preview... Read More

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