Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival 2018 – Preview

Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival 2018

Kicking off this weekend, the Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival runs from the 26th to the 29th of April and will showcase some old favourites/ new work and even some locally produced shorts. Check out our highlights below or the full programme here.

“Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival is Ireland’s newest genre-specific film festival.  The festival will take place from 26-29th April in Dublin city centre and comprise screenings of new features, documentaries and short films, along with classic science fiction and fantastic features from the vaults.”

Dates: Thursday 26th – Sunday 29th April

Venues: Light House Cinema & Generator Hostel, Smithfield, Dublin 7

Classics include –
Saturday – Planet of the Apes (1968) – 21:45 – The Light House Cinema
Saturday – Akira (1988) –  22:45 – The Light House Cinema
Saturday – The Fly (1958) – 18:00 – Generator Hostel
Sunday – They Live (1988) – 19:30 – Generator Hostel

New Movies  –

Friday – Salyut 7 (2017) – 18:00 – The Light House Cinema

Billed as “a Russian Gravity”, Klim Shipenko’s Salyut 7 is the thrilling retelling of one of the most technically complicated space missions in human history.

Saturday – Hagazussa (2017) – 16:00 – The Light House Cinema

“A haunting meditation on witchcraft and insanity, set in 15th century Austria, which offers a visceral and truly unique horror experience. Young Albrun lives with her mother in an isolated mountain hut. Life is hard enough, but when her mother falls gravely ill, Albrun is left traumatised and alone.”

Marjorie Prime (2017) – 14:00 – The Light House Cinema

“A service that provides holographic recreations of deceased loved ones allows a woman to come face-to-face with the younger version of her late husband.”

Festival Trailer:


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