Archive for May 30th, 2008

Eden at Light House

30th May 2008

There will be a special screening of Eden, written by Eugene O’Brien and directed by Declan Recks, at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin on Saturday the 31st May at 9.00pm.

To mark the Annual General Meeting of FERA, the European Directors organisation, which is going on in Dublin this weekend, the Irish Playwrights and Screenwriters Guild in conjunction with the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland is organising the screening along with a discussion afterwards with O’Brien and Recks moderated by Swedish Writer/Director Birgitte Stærmose.

O’Brien and Recks will discuss their collaboration on the screenplay for Eden, explore the intricate relationship between director and writer, and how this relationship is a unique dynamic within the film-making community.

Book your seats early!

Bette in Dublin

30th May 2008

During the month of June the IFI in Temple Bar, Dublin is running a season of films entitled: “Bette Davis: More Deadly Than the Male”. It includes screenings of some of her famous films such as Jezebel, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, and All About Eve.

Jordan Interviews Ullmann

30th May 2008

At 17.30 today the IFI will show Faithless, which is directed by Liv Ullmann from a script by the late Ingmar Bergman. The event is sponsored by FÁS/Screen Training Ireland.

After the screening Neil Jordan will conduct a public interview with Liv Ullmann.