This 8-week online course with Art Historian Dr Kathryn Milligan will delve into the history of painters who travelled around the world between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries. Each session will be recorded.
Based on actual events, it sees French couple Antoine (Denis Ménochet) and Olga (Marina Foïs) living a bucolic existence, farming and marketing their produce.
Paul Mescal and Melissa Barrera light up the screen in Benjamin Millepied’s modern-day reimagining of the beloved opera, featuring a new music score by Nicholas Britell
Taking as its inspiration Robert Bressons’s Au Hasard Balthazar (1966), though it is by no means a simple retelling, the latest film from Jerzy Skolimowski follows the trials and tribulations of a donkey moving from owner to owner.
This year’s Dublin festival of History will run from 25 September to 15 October 2023, with our Big Weekend at the Printworks, Dublin Castle from Friday 29 September to Sunday 1 October. It’s free festival with over 200 events.
A puritan Police Sergeant arrives in a Scottish island village in search of a missing girl, who the Pagan locals claim never existed. Steeped in a singular atmosphere, the film builds inexorably to a terrifying climax.
1941: sisters Thom and Mars have built a machine, LOLA, that can intercept radio and TV broadcasts from the future. This allows them to listen to iconic music before it has been made, place bets knowing what the outcome will be.