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Rathmullan Film Festival 2019

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Time & Location

11 Mar 2019, 20:00 – 20:01

Across Different Venues, Rathmullan, Co. Donegal

About The Event

It's that time of the year again! Rathmullan Film Festival is back! 

Book early to avoid disappointment as events are likely to sell out fast. 

We also have a number of free events and these do not require pre-booking.

Click here to see full programme brochure

Tickets

  • Kids Workshop Smartphone Film

    21 Feb | 9am-1pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 8-12 Years - Learn the basic skills of filming and editing using the technology in your pocket with Poca Productions. *Workshop sponsored by Screen Skills Ireland

    €10.00
    Sold Out
  • Film: Persepolis

    21 February | 4-6pm | An Bonnan Bui Café & Bistro - Based on co-director Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel of the same name, this autobiographical animation film (2007, 96min, PG-13) traces her growth from child to rebellious, punk-loving teenager in Iran.

    €5.00
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  • Gala Night (Adult)

    21 February | 7-10pm | Drumhalla House - A celebration of local creativity and a special 55th anniversary screening of the original Mary Poppins (1964, 139min, G). Tea, coffee & sweet treats for all.

    €5.00
    Sold Out
  • Gala Night (Child)

    21 February | 7-10pm | Drumhalla House - A celebration of local creativity and a special 55th anniversary screening of the original Mary Poppins (1964, 139min, G). Tea, coffee & sweet treats for all.

    €3.00
  • Gala Night (2 Adult + 2 Child)

    21 February | 7-10pm | Drumhalla House - A celebration of local creativity and a special 55th anniversary screening of the original Mary Poppins (1964, 139min, G). Tea, coffee & sweet treats for all.

    €14.00
    Sold Out
  • Kids Workshop Claymation

    22 Feb | 9am-12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 8-14 Years - Follow in the footsteps of Wallace and Gromit and design, build and animate your own plasticine character in this fun animation workshop with Cormac O'Kane, LYIT Lecturer.

    €10.00
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  • Film:The Destruction of Memory

    22 February | 6-7.40pm | An Stad -Directed by Tim Slade, this documentary shows the efforts made to save and rebuild historical landmarks caught in conflict. Wine & Tapas Menu Available.

    €5.00
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  • Film & Blind Wine Tasting

    22 February | 8-11pm | An Bonnan Bui Café & Bistro - Screening of 'Bottle Shock' (Randall Miller, 2008, 110min, PG-13) about the early days of California wine making featuring the now infamous, blind Paris wine tasting of 1976. Screening is followed by a fun blind wine tasting experience with Janette Devlin, from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust.

    €20.00
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  • Kids Workshop Drive-in Movie

    23 Feb | 9am-12pm | St Garvan's N.S. | 5-13 Years - Build your very own drive-in car to watch The Iron Giant (Brad Bird, 1999, 86min, PG) about a boy who befriends a giant robot from outer space and goes on an adventure to keep him safe. Workshop is followed by the FREE screening of The Iron Giant at 10.15am.

    €10.00
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  • Kickboxing Workshop (Child)

    23 Feb | 1-2pm | St Joseph's N.S. | 6-14 Years - Learn some basic kickboxing skills with Mayhem Kickboxing Derry. Stay on for the screenings of two great sports films: Kung Fu Panda (2008, Mark Osborne, John Stevenson, 95min, PG) or Karate Kid (1984, John. G Avildsen, 127min ,PG12).

    €3.00
  • Kickboxing Workshop (Adult)

    23 Feb | 2.15-3.15pm | St Joseph's N.S. | 15+ Years - Learn some basic kickboxing skills with Mayhem Kickboxing Derry.

    €5.00
    Sold Out
  • Film: Pollock

    23 February | 2-5pm | An Bonnan Bui Café & Bistro - Directed and starred by Ed Harris, the film (122min, R) follows the life and career of celebrated painter Jackson Pollock. Screening is followed by a discussion with Art Historian Shelagh Cullity.

    €5.00
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  • Soccer + Film Evening

    23 February | 5.30-8pm | Big Paddy's Pub - Radical Play (7mins) follows a Muslim women's soccer team in Dublin. Iron Men (75mins) offers a behind the scenes of West Ham United’s move to a new home. Q&A with Ken McCue, from Sport Against Racism Ireland, and Iron Men’s director Paul Crompton.

    €5.00
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  • Classic Movie at the Church

    23 February | 9-11pm | St Columba's Church of Ireland - Has there ever been a film where the music sets the tone more perfectly than in Carol Reed's The Third Man (1949)? And a better venue to bring the film’s remarkable zither score to life than St Columba's Church of Ireland?

    €5.00
    Sold Out
  • Kids Soccer Fun

    24 Feb | 10am-12pm | Flagpole Pitch - A morning of soccer fun hosted by Rathmullan Celtic FC. Event will be filmed and a short film will be made on the day.

    €3.00
  • The Female Eye: Short Films

    24 Feb | 12.15-1.45pm | Rathmullan House - In association with Disappear Here Film Festival, watch a selection of award-winning short films shot on location on the island of Ireland, with a female director at the helm. Q&A with Festival Team & one of the filmmakers.

    €5.00
  • Indie Filmmaking: Short FIlms

    24 Feb | 2-4pm | Rathmullan House - Selection of short films made by independent filmmakers who will be in attendance to discuss how to grow and sustain a filmmaker career. *Event sponsored by Screen Skills Ireland

    €5.00
  • Closing Event: Pope Francis

    24 Feb | 7.30-9.30pm | St Joseph's Church - Director Wim Wenders’ acclaimed documentary (96min, PG) focuses on the life and goals of Pope Francis and his involvement in environmental issues, social justice and calls for peace. Post-screening discussion with Rev Canon Brian Smeaton.

    €5.00

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