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NORTHWEST

14 Nov – 25 Nov 2012 The Model, The Mall, Sligo and MUSIC FEST


CONTENTS

LET FURY HAVE THE HOUR........................................................................................................................ BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO ...................................................................................................................... SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS................................................................................................................ FILM FATALE: SOME LIKE IT HOT........................................................................................................ 3-TRÍUR................................................................................................................................................................................ SILENCE................................................................................................................................................................................ BARAKA .............................................................................................................................................................................. SAMSARA.......................................................................................................................................................................... THE MODEL’S SHORTS SHOWCASE.................................................................................................. NICK KELLY: SEE : HEAR ................................................................................................................................ ANTONINO D’AMBROSIO: A HEARTBEAT AND A GUITAR .................................... 3EPKANO AND IARLA Ó LIONÁIRD (live score) ................................................................ VERY EXTREMELY DANGEROUS .......................................................................................................... SLIGO INDUSTRY DAY ........................................................................................................................................ CLOSING NIGHT EVENT: GOOD VIBRATIONS ........................................................................ CLOSING NIGHT EVENT: THE UNDERTONES IN CONCERT .................................... FAMILY FILMS AND CHILDRENS WORKSHOPS .................................................................. A CAT IN PARIS .......................................................................................................................................................... THE MISSING KEY .................................................................................................................................................. TALES OF THE NIGHT.......................................................................................................................................... DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST................................................................................................ CHILDREN’S ANIMATION WORKSHOPS........................................................................................ FESTIVAL TIMETABLE........................................................................................................................................ BOOKING AND TICKETS ..................................................................................................................................

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WELCOME

Welcome to The North West Film and Music Fest, previously known as Sound and Vision, a collaboration between The Model and Cinema North West.This festival merges and celebrates the parallel development of the genre of music and cinema. From world class music acts, live scored screenings, concerts on ďŹ lm and even sing along animations, there should be something for everyone this year. Special thanks to the International Fund for Ireland for funding this festival. All are welcome and we hope to see you there.

Seamus Kealy DIRECTOR, THE MODEL


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FESTIVAL PROGRAMMERS PICKS Colin McKeown FESTIVAL PROGRAMMER Its an absolute pleasure to be launching the re-branded North West Film & Music Fest with The Model. I love film and I love music and so the combination of both is a personal passion.If you can only see one event I'd suggest: Baraka and Samsara double bill on Sun Nov 18. There will not be an opportunity again to see both on the big screen: an amazing cinematic experience. Lara Byrne FESTIVAL PROGRAMMER My festival highlight is the Film Fatale evening with its promise of old–style Hollywood glamour and an evening of film, vintage music, cocktails and dancing. What more could you ask for! Tara McGowan FESTIVAL PROGRAMMER I am most looking forward to two hugely different gigs. The combination of 3epkano with Iarla O’Lionaird and the 1920’s horror Der Golem will be an exhilirating sensory experience and I simply cannot wait to finish an amazing festival with the pure raw energy of an Undertones concert.


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FESTIVAL LAUNCH NIGHT 7pm LET FURY HAVE THE HOUR (Irish Premiére) Antonino D’Ambrosio, USA, 2011 DURATION 90 mins VENUE The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Wed Nov 14 at 8pm TICKETS €8/€6 DIRECTOR

An explosive blend of vision and expression will be on full display at the North West Film and Music Fest in the Irish première of Let Fury Have the Hour. D’Ambrosio’s stylish and inspirational film is an exuberant mixed media collage that incorporates graphic art, music, animation, and spoken word; this is a distinctive perspective of a radical era in time. It retells the history of modern America through the voices of the artists that interpreted and influenced it through their work. The soundtrack boasts a list of artists, including Public Enemy, Thievery Corporation, MC5, Fugazi, The Slackers, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Billy Bragg, Manu Chao, Gogol Bordello, The Clash, and many more. Director, Antonino D’Amdrosio will introduce the screening and a Q&A will follow, with Antonino and producer, Brian Devine. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO DIRECTOR

Peter Strickland, UK, 2011 DURATION 92 mins Thu Nov 15 at 8pm TICKETS €8/€6

VENUE

The Model Cinema

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The Guardian ????? , The Telegraph ????? After his striking debut, Katalin Varga, British writer-director Peter Strickland delivers this equally enterprising fictional exploration of the furthest reaches of 1970s Italian horror cinema. Toby Jones takes the lead role in this psychological thriller as a mild mannered sound recordist, who works in a dubbing studio. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS The Final Days of LCD Soundsystem Dylan Southern & Will Lovelace, USA, 2011 DURATION 106 mins The Model Cinema DATES AND TIMES Thu Nov 15 at 10pm, Sun Nov 18 at 8pm and Wed Nov 21 at 8pm TICKETS €8/€6

DIRECTORS VENUE

“…this isn’t just a film about LCD Soundsystem. It’s for anyone who has woken up feeling older than yesterday, and questioned what they’re doing with their lives” – NME In 2011, LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy made the conscious decision to disband one of the most celebrated and influential bands of its generation at the peak of its popularity, ensuring that the band would go out on top with the biggest and most ambitious concert of its career at Madison Square Gardens. www.themodel.ie/film


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FILM FATALE PRESENTS SOME LIKE IT HOT Billy Wilder, USA, 1959 DURATION 120 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Fri Nov 16 at 7.30pm/After Party 11pm TICKETS €14/€5 cabaret and screening/late night DJ's DIRECTOR VENUE

is a boutique film event that transports the audience back to the golden age of cinema through film, fashion, music and good old-fashioned fun.

FILM FATALE

Movie lovers, put on your glad rags and step back in time to a nostalgic night at the movies as Film Fatale, Ireland’s most glamorous film event, comes to The Model for a screening of Some Like it Hot. Marilyn Monroe, the silver screen’s most famous platinum blonde, stars in this much-loved classic comedy as the sizzling Sugar Kane, alongside Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in drag. Chanteuse Derby Browne will open the night with a Marilyn-inspired tribute — a reprise of her sell-out show, 'Let's Make Love'. The audience is invited to dress up in their vintage finest, drink cocktails and dance the night away. A 1920s party, featuring Film Fatale’s resident DJs, The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers, will take place after the film. www.themodel.ie/film


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3-TRIÚR In Search of Musical Form/Ag Cuardach Crot Ceoil DIRECTORS Dónal Ó’Céilleachair, Ireland, 2012 DURATION 55 mins VENUE The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Tue Nov 20 at 8pm TICKETS €6

3-Triúr is a documentary on the ongoing collaboration between three of Ireland’s most distinguished musicians - Peadar Ó Riada, Martin Hayes & Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh. This is an intimate portrait of ‘the act and art of making music.’ The collaboration has already produced 2 albums; 2010‘s Triúr sa Draighean and 2012’s Triúr Arís. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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SILENCE DIRECTOR

Pat Collins, Irel/Ger, 2012 DURATION 86 mins VENUE The Model Cinema Sun Nov 18 at 6pm, Sun Nov 25 at 6pm TICKETS €8/€6

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“It should be seen and it should be seen in the cinema. You won’t hear the silences properly at home.” – Donald Clarke. IrishTimes ???? Prolific Cork-based documentarian Pat Collins possesses a restless curiosity, coupled with a poetic eye for the small moments. Silence boldly defies categorization at every turn. The film has been described as both meditation and odyssey, tracing the psycho-geographical journey undertaken by an enigmatic soundman (writer and co-scenarist Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde) from his adopted city of Berlin to his native Donegal. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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BARAKA DIRECTOR

Ron Fricke, USA, 1992 DURATION 96 mins VENUE The Model Cinema Sun Nov 18 at 2pm TICKETS €8/€6/Double bill with Samsara €12

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Shot in more than 150 locations in 24 countries, Baraka is a non-verbal cinematic poem that provides a visually stunning series of scenes from around the world, what director Ron Fricke calls ‘a guided mediation on humanity.’ From the Sufi word meaning ‘the essence of life from which the evolutionary process unfolds.’ Film critic Roger Ebert once suggested that were we to send just one feature film into space to depict life on earth for some alien intelligence, Baraka would be his choice. www.themodel.ie/film


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SAMSARA Ron Fricke, USA, 2011 DURATION 99 mins VENUE The Model Cinema Sun Nov 18 and Sun Nov 25 at 4pm TICKETS €8/€6/Double bill with Baraka, on Sun 18 Nov, €12 DIRECTOR

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Filmed over a period of five years in 25 countries, it’s an immersive journey of sound and vision that takes its cue from its title, a Sanskrit word meaning ‘the ever turning wheel of life,’ and follows a loose arc of life, death, and rebirth. Fricke makes his themes abundantly clear with intelligent editing, making this a superb example of a non-narrative documentary. Original music composed by Michael Stearns, Lisa Gerrard, Marcello de Francisci. www.themodel.ie/film


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THE MODEL’S SHORTS SHOWCASE Screening of a selection of recently made Irish short films VENUE The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Tue Nov 20 at 6pm, Wed Nov 21 at 6pm ADMISSION Free

The Model presents a diverse selection of short films, which showcase exciting, emerging, new Irish talent. Showcasing the sheer diversity and creativity within Irish filmmaking, it includes work from filmmakers, Sligeach Films, students from IADT, University of Ulster and Queens University and a selection of screenings from this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. This project is funded by The International Fund for Ireland. A list of these short films are available at www.themodel.ie www.cinemanorthwest.com


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NICK KELLY SEE : HEAR (Music Event) VENUE

The Model

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Thu Nov 22 at 7.30 – 9pm TICKETS €10

Featuring three award-winning short films and one storming live gig from legendary singer/songwriter and award-winning filmmaker Nick Kelly, The Fat Lady Sings. Nick is bringing his unique new show, SEE : HEAR to the North West Film and Music Fest. Combining a live gig, screenings and an entertaining, insightful talk on the fascinating crossover between making music and making movies. A must-see for anyone interested in music and film. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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ANTONINO D’AMBROSIO A HEARTBEAT AND A GUITAR Johnny Cash and the Making of Bitter Tears With Antonino D’Ambrosio The Model DATE AND TIME Thu Nov 22 from 9.30 – 10.30pm

TALK/READING VENUE

TICKETS €7.50

Writer and filmmaker Antonino D’Ambrosio will read from his book on Johnny Cash, A Heartbeat and a Guitar. It tells the astonishing and dramatic story behind Johnny Cash’s virtually unknown folk protest record Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian. Antonino D’Ambrosio is an author, filmmaker, and visual artist. He has also written books on Joe Strummer, and the punk movement, as well as Mayday with Shepard Fairey. He is the writer/director of the short No Free Lunch and the feature length documentary, Let Fury Have the Hour. With live music from Nick Kelly and others. www.themodel.ie/film


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3EPKANO AND IARLA Ó LIONÁIRD LIVE SCORE PERFORMANCE TO DER GOLEM Wie er in die welt kam Paul Wegener & Carl Boese, Ger, 1920 DURATION 88 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Fri Nov 23 at 8pm TICKETS €15/€12

DIRECTORS VENUE

“Whether as a member of The Gloaming or as a solo artist, Iarla Ó Lionáird has firmly established himself as one of the most dramatic voices in contemporary music” –The Guardian. 3epkano and Iarla Ó Lionáird have teamed up to perform a live score to Paul Wegener’s 1920’s classic horror film Der Golem. 3epkano are a Dublin based collective who are dedicated to producing original soundtracks to silent, avant-garde, and contemporary cinema. They have played numerous headline shows and have also been commissioned to produce new music for The National Gallery of Ireland, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in New York, Kilkenny Arts Festival and many more. www.themodel.ie/film


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VERY EXTREMELY DANGEROUS Paul Duane, USA/IRL, 2012 DURATION 85 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Fri Nov 23 at 10pm

DIRECTOR VENUE

TICKETS

€8/€6

This screening will be followed by a Q&A Session with director Paul Duane. Exhilarating, compelling, at times harrowing, Very Extremely Dangerous is not like any other documentary you’ll see this year. Irish director, Paul Duane, Barbaric Genius, takes a frightening, fascinating journey into the mad world of Jerry McGill, a 1960s rock ‘n’ roller from Memphis who left behind a promising career in music to concentrate his energy on a fully-fledged guntoting, drug-taking life of crime. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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SLIGO MUSIC INDUSTRY DAY Cracking the Code The Model DATE AND TIME Sat 24 Nov from 2pm – 6pm TICKETS €5 Prebooking Essential

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Sligo Music and The North West Film and Music Fest will celebrate the links between film and music with a special industry event. The dawning digital age brings unparalleled opportunities for creative artists in all genres to collaborate and reach new global audiences. This conference will examine key questions around distribution for both filmmakers and musicians. Expert sessions on Film Composing and DIY Distribution. Panelists including: Paul Smith (Blast First) Brian Devine (Gigantic Pictures)VOD distributors: Distrify and MusicFilmWeb.com. Steve Wickham, Nick Kelly and Stephen McKeon. For more info visit, www.sligomusic.ie www.cinemanorthwest.com


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CLOSING NIGHT EVENT GOOD VIBRATIONS With special guests and a Q&A with directors Lisa Barros D’Sa & Glenn Leyburn, UK/ N.Irl, 2012 DURATION 97 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Sat Nov 24 at 8pm TICKETS €10

DIRECTOR VENUE

“…A one-eyed man who opens up a record store on the most bombed and murderous mile in Belfast in 1978 and calls it ‘Good Vibrations’? What’s not to love about that? It’s actually a really universal story. It’s much deeper than just a music film. The emotion creeps up on you.” – David Holmes A chronicle of Terri Hooley’s life, a record-store owner instrumental in developing Belfast’s punk-rock scene, aka the Godfather of Belfast Punk. Produced by David Holmes, who over-sees all the music in the film. www.themodel.ie/film


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CLOSING NIGHT EVENT THE UNDERTONES VENUE

The Model

DATE AND TIME Sat

Nov 24 at 10pm

TICKETS €25

THE UNDERTONES - iconic punk and rock band from Derry join us for the final night of this year’s North West Film and Music Fest following the screening of the film, Good Vibrations. Much loved by John Peel, and originally fronted by Feargal Sharkey – the band reconvened in 2003 with original members John and Damian O’Neill, Michael Bradley, Billy Doherty and Paul McLoone replacing Sharkey. Get ready to rock out to much loved Undertone’s anthems such as ‘Teenage Kicks’, ‘My Perfect Cousin’, ‘Get Over You’, ‘It’s Going To Happen’ as well as hits from all four of the band’s albums. The Undertones delivered precisely what was expected, urgent, no messing about, two-and-a-half-minute stabs of jumpy punk pop. www.themodel.ie/film


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FAMILY FILMS AND CHILDRENS WORKSHOPS

“Each night in an empty cinema, a world of fairytales is unlocked.” – Tales of the Night The North West Film and Music Fest welcomes you to our family programme of events. There will be screenings of family films and also animations made by children and teenagers. There will be interactive and live musical performances, animation workshops, sing-a-longs and prizes for best costumes. Our family screenings include six magical tales including in Michel Ocelot’s Tales of the Night, where you will find yourself in the anicent lands of a legendary Aztec kingdom, a golden city in Tibet and the savannas of Africa. Slink along the Parisian rooftops with Dino the cat in the modern classic, A Cat in Paris. Meet another cat in The Missing Key, the oboe-playing Jacuzzi who helps his master out in a musical competition all set in 1920’s Vienna. Or waltz across a cavernous hall with Belle in the Beauty and the Beast. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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FAMILY FILM A CAT IN PARIS Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol, Fra/Hol/Swiss, 2010, English PG DURATION 70 mins VENUE The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Sat Nov 17 at 12.30pm TICKETS €5/€15 for Family of Four DIRECTORS CERT

The Oscar nominated A Cat in Paris is a treat not the be missed by children and parents. It features the voices of Angelica Huston and Marcia Gay Harden. Dino is one cool cat. Set against the soundtrack of Bilie Holiday and Django Reinhardt, this is a jazzy film noir for children and an excellent old school animation. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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FAMILY FILM THE MISSING KEY This animation will be introduced by an interactive and live music session DIRECTOR Jonathan Nix, Australia, 2010 DURATION 30 mins VENUE The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Sun Nov 18 at 12 noon TICKETS €5/€15 for Family of Four

In early 1920’s Venice a young musician Hero Wasabi is competing in the Abacus Scroll music competition with his oboe-playing cat, Jacuzzi. This is an award winning, Oscar nominated musical animation. Join us before the screening of The Missing Key for an interactive musical introduction to this glorious animation. www.themodel.ie/film


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FAMILY FILM DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise, USA, 1991 DURATION 84 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Sun Nov 25 at 12 Noon TICKETS €5/€15 for Family of Four DIRECTOR

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A short animation created from North West Film and Music Fest children’s workshops will be screened before this feature. Sing along and dress up to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; a film that set the standard for not just animation, but for the art of musical storytelling, garnering such critical praise on its initial theatrical release that it received multiple Academy Award nominations, winning an Oscar for best musical score and song. Audiences can sing along to their favorites, “Be Our Guest,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Belle” and “Gaston,” with prizes for best costume. www.themodel.ie/film


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FAMILY FILM TALES OF THE NIGHT Michel Ocelot, Fra, English language, 2012 DURATION 84 mins The Model Cinema DATE AND TIME Sun Nov 25 at 1.45 pm TICKETS €5/€15 for Family of Four DIRECTOR VENUE

A series of short animations from our children’s workshops will be screened before this feature. A short film made by students from four secondary schools, part of an IFI cross border inititative, will also be screened. From celebrated French animator, Michel Ocelot comes his new feature Tales of the Night. Ocelot fans will already be familiar with his sparkling stories and jewel like imagery from features such as Kirikou and the Sorceress and The Prince’s Quest. Three storytellers meet every night in a deserted cinema to act out various tales set in forests and cities of gold; stories that are populated with sorcerers, fairies and powerful kings. An instant classic and a visual delight for any child and parent. www.cinemanorthwest.com


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CHILDRENS ANIMATION WORKSHOPS At last year’s film festival, workshops on creating your own animations were a runaway success. Join animators, Eimhin Mc Namara and Padraig Fagan, alongside artist Naomi Draper for a series of magical workshops.

FLIP BOOK ANIMATION WORKSHOP

MAKING A SPINNER WORKSHOP DATE AND TIME

Sun 18 Nov from 1.30pm – 2.10pm........ COST €3 per child AGES 4 – 8............................ Find out how to make one of the earliest animated toys, a ‘spinner’- a classic Victorian toy. Led by animator and filmmaker, Eimhin McNamara............

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MINATURE WORLDS

Sat 17 Nov 10 – 11.40am ................................ COST €5 per child AGES 7 – 12.......................... Animator, Eimhin McNamara will show you how to bring your drawings to life by making flip-books.

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SAND ANIMATION WORKSHOP DATE AND TIME

Sat Nov 17 from 2 to 5pm.............................. COST €10 per child AGES 8 – 13....................... Create your own sandman figure or whatever character you like and see your sand creatures come to life in a series of short animations, which will be screened on Sunday, Nov. 25 before Tales of the Night. Led by animator and filmmaker, Eimhin McNamara.........................................................................

Sun 18 Nov from 10.45am – 12.15pm.... COST €5 per child AGES 4 – 8............................ Artist, Naomi Draper, creates magical workshops, which are little enchanted worlds in themselves. Create tiny worlds in collage and paper craft; an enchanted world inhabited by origami creatures and fairytale characters. The finished animation will be screened on Sunday, Nov. 25 before Beauty and the Beast........................................

To book: Tel 071 91 41405 or visit www.themodel.ie All the family screenings and animation workshops have been kindly funded by The International Fund for Ireland.

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FESTIVAL TIMETABLE Wed Nov 14

Tue Nov 20

7pm Festival Launch Free..........................................

6pm Short Films Showcase Free..........................

8pm *Let Fury Have The Hour €8/€6.........

8pm 3-Triúr (In Search of Musical Form) €6.............................

Thu Nov 15 8pm *Berberian Sound Studio €8/€6..........

Wed Nov 21

10pm *Shut Up and Play The Hits €8/€6

6pm Short Films Showcase Free.......................

Fri Nov 16 7.30pm Film Fatale Evening Some Like it Hot €14/€5 After party event

Sat Nov 17 10am Children’s animation workshop €5.....Age 7 - 12 yrs...................................................................... 12.30pm A Cat in Paris €5/€15 for family of four............................................ 2pm Children’s animation workshop €10...Age 8 - 13 yrs....................................................................

Sun Nov 18

8pm *Shut Up and Play The Hits €8/€6....

Thu Nov 22 7.30pm Nick Kelly SEE : HEAR €10................. 9.30pm Antonino D’Ambrosio, Music and Reading from A Heartbeat with a Guitar €7.50...............................................................................

Fri Nov 23 2pm Podcasting Workshop with Andy Markowitz MusicFilmWeb.com booking: info@cinemanorthwest.com.............. 8pm 3epkano and Iarla O’Lionáird, Live score to ‘Der Golem’..€15/€12..................

10.45am Children’s animation workshop €5...Age 4 - 8 yrs.........................................................................

10pm *Very Extremely Dangerous €8/€6.

12 noon The Missing Key €5/€15 for family of four............................................

Sat Nov 24

1.30pm Children’s animation workshop €3...4 - 8 yrs......................................................................................

8pm Good Vibrations Q& A €10........................

2pm *Bakara €8/€6 €12 double bill with Samsara.................................. 4pm *Samsara €8/€6 €12 double bill with Bakara..................................... 6pm *Silence €8/€6......................................................... 8pm *Shut Up and Play The Hits €8/€6. .

2 – 6pm Sligo Music Industry Day €5......... 10pm The Undertones €25......................................

Sun Nov 25 12 noon Beauty and The Beast €5/€15 for family of four............................................ 1.45pm Tales of The Night €5/€15 for family of four............................................ 4pm *Samsara €8/€6..................................................... 6pm *Silence €8/€6......................................................... *All Screenings are €7 if booked online

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BOOKING ALL SCREENINGS €8/€6 concession unless otherwise stated BOOKING ONLINE for screenings is €7 FAMILY SCREENINGS are €5 per ticket or a special family ticket for the price of €15 for 2 adults and 2 children SCREENINGS AND ANIMATION WORKSHOPS can be booked online or by telephoning the box office at The Model FULL FESTIVAL PASS €60 Festival passes are available from The Model reception or online providing access to all screenings, gigs & workshops (with the exception of Good Vibrations screening and The Undertones) GOOD VIBRATIONS €10 THE UNDERTONES €25 To Book visit www.themodel.ie or Tel 071 9141405 The Model

Seamus Kealy CINEMA PROGRAMMER Lara Byrne MUSIC PROGRAMMER Tara McGowan MARKETING Gretta Salter CINEMA ASSISTANT Nicholas Wallace DIRECTOR

Cinema North West PROGRAMME DIRECTOR Colin McKeown VIDEO EDITOR Chloe James The International Fund for Ireland, Cinema North West, Martin Corr, Antonino D’Ambrosio, Claire and Siobhan from Eclipse Pictures, Andrew Mer at Snag Films, Glen Leyburn, Stephen McKeon, Andy Markovitz from Filmmusicweb, Paul Smith and Susan Stenger, Pat Collins, David Holmes, Nick Kelly, Brian Devine, Eimhin, Naomi and Padraig for workshops, Anna from Film Fatale, Michael Caheny at McGarrigles Bar, Niall Flynn, co-programmer on Short films, Gary Stafford from Slice@The Model, Alice and Ross at the IFI, Sligo Music - www.sligomusic.ie, The Glasshouse, Steve Wickham, The Model volunteers, Box office staff, Sligeach films, Linda Hayden and Andy Parsons. Thank you to the Boards of both The Model and Cinema North West.

WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO

www.themodel.ie/film


THE MODEL CINEMA Programme Nov – Dec 2012 Screenings Wed and Thu at 8pm, Matinees on Sun at 3pm.

BARBARA Wed 28 & Thu 29 Nov at 8pm DIRECTOR Christian Petzold, Ger, 2012, subtitled DURATION 105 mins “…it’s the most fruitful screen partnership since the De Niro- Scorsese years.” Tara Brady, Irish Times ????

WHAT RICHARD DID Sun 02 Dec at 3pm and Wed 05 & Thu 06 Dec at 8pm DIRECTOR Lenny Abrahamson. Irl, 2012 DURATION 87 mins “The most important Irish Film of this century.” Tara Brady, Irish Times, ????

LOVE Sun 09 Dec at 3pm Wed 12 & Thu 13 Dec at 8pm Sun 16 Dec at 3pm Wed 19 & Thu 20 Dec at 8pm DIRECTOR Michael Haneke, Aust-Fra-Ger, 2012, subtitled DURATION 127 mins Michael Haneke has won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or for a second time with this film about love and death “Brilliantly directed with an atypically tender touch by the Austrian director. ” – NY Times Please note these titles are subject to change

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Slice Café at The Model Wine and coffee bar now open for all cinema screenings – Open 10 - 4pm Tues - Sat. 12 noon - 4pm Sun. – Slice Café‘s tasty hot food menu is sourced from all local suppliers – Gourmet Cafe and Wine Bar. Enjoy Homemade Cakes and Pastries, Delicious Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Wraps, Coffee and Teas At Slice, a generous dollop of culture is always on the menu.


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