This month's Archive at Lunchtime events at the IFI celebrate Bloomsday and the quatercentenary of Shakespeare’s death. Throughout June. Part of the Shakespeare Lives on Film season
PROGRAMME 1: SHAKESPEARE
Amharc Éireann Newsreel: Abbey players at RSC.
FILM INFO: 3 mins, B&W, 1964, Digital.
Hamlet at Elsinore: The Gate Theatre takes Hamlet to Denmark.
FILM INFO: 17 mins, B&W, 1952, Digital.
PROGRAMME 2: JOYCE
Amharc Éireann: Opening of the Joyce Tower with Sylvia Beach of Shakespeare and Company, publisher of Ulysses.
FILM INFO: 2 mins, B&W, 1962, Digital.
Ulys: Tim Booth’s animated, potted Ulysses.
FILM INFO: 3 mins, 1998, Digital.
Eamon Morrissey’s Joycemen: Passages from Ulysses.
FILM INFO: 5 mins, ca1980, Digital.)
Faithful Departed: Kieran Hickey’s portrait of Dublin on June 16th 1904.
FILM INFO: 10 mins, B&W, 1968, Digital.
**Double Bill: Programmes 1&2 with special introduction by Dr. Sam Slote| 13:00 | 25 June**
Dr. Sam Slote, Joycean Scholar and Associate Professor of English in Trinity College, Dublin, will explore James Joyce’s relationship with the work of William Shakespeare in an introduction to the Archive at Lunchtime Double Bill at 13.00 on June 25th.
HOW TO BOOK
This event is open to all. Simply book your FREE seat by contacting the IFI Box Office on 01 679 3477 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (given that events can sell out, please note that your emailed booking requests must be confirmed by reply email from the Box Office in order to be considered valid).