Documentaries and films about Blur, Talking Heads, Ireland's DIY scene, and the Irish premiere of a new film about Courtney Love’s band Hole are among the highlights of a new season of music films taking place at Dublin’s Light House Cinema later this month.
OneTwoOneTwo takes place over the weekend of October 19 to the 21 in the recently re-opened Smithfield venue and will feature new and old music documentaries, classic films including In Bed With Madonna and the best concert film of all time, Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense.
Also being screened is No Distance Left To Run, the emotional story of Blur’s 2009 reunion tour, and The Devil and Daniel Johnston, which is considered to be one of the finest music documentaries ever.
The Lighthouse will also present the Irish premiere of Patty Schemel’s story of her experiences as a member of Courtney Love’s troubled band, Hole.
Another highlight is Sound It Out is for you, the sad tale of the last record shop in Teesside. On the Irish front, there will be a free screening of A Joyful Slog, a documentary examining Ireland’s DIY scene.
The full line up is:
Friday, October 19th
19:00 Hit So Hard
Saturday, October 20th
14:00 A Joyful Slog
16:00 Sound it Out
19:40 In Bed With Madonna
22:10 Stop Making Sense
Sunday, October 21st
14:00 Searching for Sugar Man
16:00 The Devil and Daniel Johnston
18:15 No Distance Left to Run
20:30 Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet
Tickets are priced Friday Pass €15, Saturday Pass €25, Sunday Pass €30. Weekend Pass €65. More information can be found at: facebook.com/onetwoonetwodublin, onetwoonetwodublin.tumblr.com and @onetwoonetwodub