The Noble Call, starring IFTA-nominated Vinnie McCabe and Noni Stapleton and written by Michael J. Harnett, is back for a showing at the Irish Film Institute
Bloomsday on June 16th is the day James Joyce’s Leopold Bloom set off on his epic jaunt through our capital’s streets, filled with characters who would be immortalized in perhaps the greatest novel in literature. Also this year we celebrate 100 years since Ulysses was first published so pro photographer John Carroll revisited places in […]
During the last few weeks, we released online, through our Youtube channel and IGTV, three short films that premiered at the Odeon Cinema last summer as part of our Festival 2021 edition. You can watch them at the links below or by visiting our website. “Nearby Dublin”, directed and written by Grace Corry is a […]
[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]Irish Modern Dance Theater’s ‘In The Vicinity of the Sun’, commissioned by Five Lamps Arts Festival 2021, has been programmed at the DIA DE LOS REYES festival at the Museum of Boulder, Colorado, USA. DIA DE LOS REYES is an international arts festival of Dance, Music, Literature, Visual Arts […]
‘In the Vicinity of the Sun’ is a new work choreographed by John Scott, filmed and edited by award winning filmmaker Luca Truffarelli with music by Michael Scott. Commissioned by the Five Lamps Arts Festival and located around Dublin’s Five Lamps North Inner City area, ‘In the Vicinity of the Sun’ features a joyous celebratory […]
“Here were garda resources being deployed against a handful of women while heroin dealers were selling openly on the streets only a stone’s throw away, and yet that was the reality”.
On 2nd April, two documentaries will be screened back to back as part of the 2017 Five Lamps Arts Festival, Sé Merry Doyle’s first documentary, Looking On (1982) and Alive Alive O: A Requiem for Dublin (2001). Both deal with what Sé describes as “Dublin’s inner city under […]