A few free tickets left for today's screening of The National documentary, Mistaken for Strangers, today in The Nerve Centre at 5.30pm as part of Other Voices! Get your tickets here: http://derry2014.othervoices.ie/onetwoonetwo #legenDerry
Wow, such an amazing 4 days - can't believe it's over already. Thank you so SO much everybody that came to our little festival over the last few days - it was such a buzz hanging with you guys. Thanks to all the lovely Light House Cinema staff for their help and support (especially Tom & Charlene), thank you documentary filmmakers and a massive thank you to all the bands that made an appearance this weekend. We're gonna play out with this and hopefully see you all soon. C&Ux
Things are coming to an end, but not before we premiere two beautiful films today. At 6:30pm we've got Sing Me The Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert For Kate McGarrigle and then Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me at 8:30pm. Still some tickets left for both if you fancy a Sunday evening at the flicks, with a little music thrown in, and a couple of Irish premieres that won't hit the big screen again for a while. For more info just follow the link ...
A massive thanks to Tom Berninger, The National, Light House Cinema and the 600 lovely people that came out for the opening movie last night. Tonight we are going one louder! Join us for Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster and/or This Is Spinal Tap: http://bit.ly/16TjeHI
Some words on this year's festival from one of our curators in advance of tomorrow's opener ... thanks Totally Dublin!
Calling all Big Star, Kate McGarrigle. Rufus and Martha Wainwright, Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones, Antony Hegarty, Justin Vivian Bond and Teddy Thompson fans! We've got a great double bill of Irish premieres this Sunday, October 6th. Sing Me The Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert For Kate McGarrigle (6:30pm) and Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (8:30pm) will be shown in the Light House Cinema as part of the OneTwoOneTwo music documentary film festival. This may be your only chance to catch either/both of these fantastic films on the big screen this year. Follow the link for more info and ticket purchase details.
This day next week we'll be turning it up to 11 in the Light House Cinema with a fantastic double bill for OneTwoOneTwo. Come and check out Metallica: Some Kind of Monster at 8pm and/or This Is Spinal Tap at 10.45pm. Follow the link to book tickets. See y'all there ... ROCK!
OK, folks. This really is your last chance to get some tickets to Tom Berninger's Mistaken for Strangers. The documentary on The National by frontman Matt Berninger’s brother. We've put the final screen on sale and there are a few tickets left, then that's definitely it!
Get 'em fast!
Thanks for all the love, RTE TEN!
The National's 'Mistaken for Strangers' is completely sold out now, folks - all 3 screens are full. We've loads more amazing movies for you though. Check out the full programme on our Tumblr.
Due to phenomenal demand we have just added a second screening of Tom Berninger's Mistaken for Strangers. The documentary on The National by frontman Matt Berninger’s brother gives a remarkable behind the scenes look at the band over a year on tour, as well as an insight into the brothers’ sometimes fractured relationship. Follow the link to purchase tickets to the Dublin premiere on October 3rd at 8.30pm in the Light House Cinema.