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Something For The Weekend?

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  The Irish Housing Network are a network of groups working on issues related to housing and homelessness. To raise some funds for their work they’re screening Dogwoof’s provocative documentary The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution. After the screening there will be a discussion with strong lineup of guests. Emily Waszak of the Pegida-crushing Anti-Racism Network, Harry Browne lecturer and author of The Frontman, Lucky Khambule founder of Movement … Read More

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Make The DIFF?

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Above: A still from The Lure. A wierd ass flick about mermaids on a dingy club scene. Directed by Agnieszka Smoczyńska.   It’s February so that means the biggest event of the year for Irish film fans, the Dublin International Film Festival. The ten-day long festival is hosted in a number of venues across the city and will feature over eighty films from 27 different countries, as well as connected … Read More

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#GE16 Video Roundup.

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It’s early days in this election yet. The campaign has seen the emergence of online candidate videos in a bid to attract potential voters. From the shambolic to the downright surreal, here is a review of some of the more notable offerings to date.   1. The Healy Raes – Episode 1 (Independent – Kerry). Vote rigging reality TV star, and famous politician’s son, Michael Healy Rae released a campaign … Read More

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They Get Knocked Down.

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  They’re knocking down the Ballymun towers again. Well, kinda. The 4th Act is a forthcoming feature documentary looking at the relationship between memory and regeneration in Ballymun. As part of the production they’ve built a scale model of the seven towers before they were knocked and the existing population rehoused in humongous regeneration process costing almost €1 billion. “The model stretches the entire length of Tesco and features scale … Read More

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Divide and Conquer.

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The Great Wall is a studied meditation on the nature of borders in the 21st Century. On one side we have the towering urban powerhouses of capital and on the other the wretched of the earth. Throw in a chilling soundtrack, stunning cinematics, a riff on Franz Kafka and you’ve a work that puts a dose of dystopian shits right up ya. Rashers Tierney had a tick for tack with  the … Read More

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The Head On That Lad.

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Let’s pretend it’s Halloween for one more day. It’s Rawhead Rex time here at rabble towers. A movie based on that master of the macabre Clive Barker but questionably executed screen wise. It’s good for a laugh though – full of terrible catch phrases for you to chirp along too. Doesn’t look too healthy, wha? Check our our other Halloween recommendations from last year here.

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Something For The Weekend.

In Blog, Film by Rashers Tierney2 Comments

  Halloween is always huge. Here’s a hot tip for a more sober and cerebral weekend than running around in a mangle with glitter and fake blood on your face.  It’s the second instalment of the Feminist Film Festival. Given the weekend that’s in it there’s a dose of horror going down on Saturday in the New Theatre with a discussion around one of our favorite cinematic ghost stories of … Read More

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Peace Mr Officer.

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Tragic looking trailer about a US cop involved in the foundation of a SWAT team. Something that would come back to haunt his own family years later as militarization of police enforcement ramped up.

We took a look at this topic elsewhere on the blog ages ago.

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One Night In Dublin.

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Experimental yips and the acting talents of John Connors from Love/Hate as a bored office worker caught up in the sesh? Sound good.

This had one of its first screenings over the weekend. Folks down in Kerry can catch it next.

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What’s The Point?

In Blog, Culture, Film by Rashers Tierney3 Comments

Readers with some level of memory will recall an interview we did with Treasa O’Brien of Too Good To Resist as they ran a Fundit.ie appeal. They were trying to get cash together for a documentary about Ireland’s lack of a protest culture at the time. #IrishWater may have changed all that in recent months and their final product is featured as part of JDIFF. The trailer’s above. You can cop tickets for it at the … Read More