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Tickets are now on sale to watch the award winning new film from Vivienne Dick and Still Films. TICKETS HERE When Irish film artist Vivienne Dick arrived in New York’s run-down Lower East side in the late 1970s, she was deeply inspired by the vibrant community of avant-garde musicians, makers and artists who lived there.
The new film from acclaimed Irish director Mark Noonan (You’re Ugly Too, They Shoot People) charts the life and work of Kevin Roche – the “greatest living architect you’ve never heard of”. Roche, now 95, is Irish-born but has made the most impact in the USA with many of the world’s most famous buildings. We’re delighted to have co-produced this fantastic doc with Wavelength Pictures and would love ...
FULL INFO ON TICKETS HERE This Friday, March 3rd, marks the Irish release of LOST IN FRANCE, our latest doc about the rise of Scotland’s independent music scene. Featuring groundbreaking bands Mogwai, Bis, The Delgados, Arab Strap, Franz Ferdinand and more. And we have tie-in live gigs and Q&As happening around the country. Get your tickets today!
///// LOST IN FRANCE A Story About Glasgow, Music, Memory and Friendship Our new documentary – LOST IN FRANCE – hot off it’s premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival – will have its Irish premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh next week.  Directed by Niall McCann (Art will Save The World), LOST IN FRANCE explores the rise of Scotland’s independent music scene in the ’90s, led by cult label Chemikal Underground.

30 Days of The Smiths

April 28th, 2016
Still Films Paul Rowley has teamed up with British sound artist Oberman Knocks and London based design team Pony to create a new sixty minute film work for the inaugural performance of Thirty Days of the Smiths Thursday May 5th at the Lowry Museum in Salford, Manchester.  The piece utilises interviews conducted by poet Jackie Kay with people with the surname Smith in the Salford area, and works in excerpts ...