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April 23 2014

Theraid2

where Light House Cinema , Smithfield Market, Dublin 7
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how much €6-€9

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The Raid 2

"We've heard a lot of late about how 'TV is the new cinema'. It's been attracting the big names, big investments (HBO and Netflix) and big headlines. But in an interesting turn around, we're starting to see an equalizing of the two - more quality content on TV and more 'arty' or niche titles on the big screen. Movies such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, Calvary or Bridesmaids are just as likely hit No. 1 in the cinema as the latest Marvel movie. The Raid was one such film that has made the likes of Sony rethink cinema. An intense and immersive Indonesian martial arts film with the BEST fight sequences, ever (I'm not debating this). If you missed it, 'tis on the Netflix. The Raid 2 is the subsequent follow up (imagine that) and follows Rama reaping 50 shades of hell on his corrupt police force (Gardai take note). Not for the squeamish." / Rachel Ray

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April 23 2014

Linotype1

where The Sugar Club, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2
01 678 7188
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when 8pm

how much €10

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Linotype: The Film

After hosting a roller disco party on the Long Mile Road, Discotekken are switching it up with this feature length documentary based around a typecasting machine. Of course, it's not just any old typecasting machine but one labelled "the eight wonder of the world" by Thomas Edison back in the day. Linotype follows in the same strand as the recent Sign Painter documentary hosted in the Sugar Club and screens as part of the new and ambitiously expanding Beatyard Festival. There's an element of intrigue and curiosity attached to such an influential object on modern society. With Jamie Murphy from the Salvage Press dusting down his Ps and Qs as he converses with some of the alumni of the printing press here, this is a screening worth typecasting for good reason. Win Tickets / Zach Joyce

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