Events 2018

Where we Live

City on Screen: Pathways - Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter

Sun 18th March 6.30pm

Venue: The Complex, 15 Little Green St, Smithfield, Dublin 7

City on Screen - A series of extraordinary film screenings which examine and question our sense of home, quietly and riotously throwing into question our past, present and future. Each one of these cult films will be introduced by one of the key artists involved.

Adam & Paul: 18 March at 1pm (90 mins)
Seaview: 18 March at 3.30pm (90min)
Pathways - Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter: 18 March at 6.30pm
Notes on Rave in Dublin: 18 March at 9pm

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Pathways
Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter

Date: Sunday 18th March, 6.30pm
Tickets: €8
Pathways: Irish Routes to the Art of the Matter

Special screening of the 2018 St. Patrick’s Festival Film Commission introduced by filmmaker Donal Dineen and special guests.

The amount of great writers, actors and artists Ireland has produced is disproportionate to its size and population. We have an unassailable reputation in this regard. The innate triggers that beget all this creativity are the starting point for this series of interviews with leading practitioners in their field. By tracing different artistic journeys back to their roots we hope to uncover some home truths about where and when the seeds were sown. The experiences shared by our featured contributors show how different these routes can be.  The common thread is that they all began here. Where they ended up and every step taken in between is equally fascinating.

All of our chosen contributors either live or work primarily abroad. The personal stories of eminent storytellers are of great value. There are lessons to be learned.
The pathways are manifold.

Filmed in Dublin, Kerry, Belfast, London, Malmo, New York and Los Angeles

Contributors:
Annie Mac
Aoife McArdle
Brian Cross aka B+
Brian Ormond
Enda Walsh
Eva Rothschild
Fiona Shaw
Richard Gilligan
Richie Egan aka Jape
Seán Curran

Credits:
A Donal Dineen Film
Directed by Steve O’Connor
Soundtrack by Richie Egan

A St. Patrick’s Festival Commission.

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