Jameson Dublin International Film Festival March 13, 2015

This years edition of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival will run across the capitol from 19th to the 29th of March.

Established in 2003, JDIFF is Ireland’s premier feature film festival, running over the course of eleven days and nights each Spring. Presenting over 120 films from the four corners of the globe to the Irish Audience, a number of Screen Scene posted gems will once again appear across this years lineup.

Big Bang in Pyongyang – Wed 25 march /  Cineworld 9 / 8pm / 95 minutes

Directed by Colin Offland, the cringe inducing and awe inspiring documentary offers ‘an intimate behind the scenes look at Dennis Rodman’s unlikely friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and the staging of the most controversial game of basketball the world has never seen.’

Edited by Tom O’Flaherty, Warren Dowling was the online editor here at Screen Scene, where Peter Blayney completed the sound edit and Ken Galvin mixed the film in Centre Stage 1.

Miss Julie – Tues 24 march / Cineworld 9 / 6.15pm / 129pm

Based on the play by August Strindberg, Miss Julie tells the tale of a baron’s frustrated daughter (Jessica Chastain), who courts scandal and more when she tries to seduce her father’s valet (Colin Farrell).

Written and directed by Liv Ullmann, Foley and Sound Mix for Miss Julie took place at Ardmore Sound. 

Glassland – Fri 27th march / lighthouse / 6.30pm / 89 minutes

Written and directed by Gerard Barrett (Pilgrim Hill), this riveting drama follows John, a young taxi driver on the fringes of the criminal underworld, who, in a desperate bid to save his mother from a crippling alcohol addiction and reunite his broken family, is forced to take a job drives him further into Dublin’s dark underbelly…

Starring Jack Reynor (‘What Richard Did’) and Toni Colette (Little Miss Sunshine), the film had its international premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it was met with rave reviews. Produced by Ed Guiney (‘Frank’, What Richard Did’, ‘The Guard’) and Juliette Bonass (‘Get Up and Go’) for Element Pictures, the film was Edited by Nathan Nugent here at Screen Scene last year. Full sound post on the film was carried out at Screen Scene and Ardmore sound, where Steve Fanagan and Niall Brady handled Sound Design and Ken Galvin supplied the mix.

A number of films that completed Sound Post here at Screen Scene and Ardmore Sound will also screen across the event,  including Conor MacMahon’s ‘From the Dark’Mary McGuckian’s ‘The Price of Desire’, Pat Murphy’s ‘Tana Bana’ and Viko Nikci’s  Coming Home’. 

To peruse the full Festival lineup and for booking information, you can visit the official JDIFF website by clicking HERE.