Festival 2015

In 2015, Shebeen Flick returned to our beloved Kino Moviemento for a 7-day feast of unseen Irish films between 11th-17th March.

The festival also included a special screening of the silent film COME ON OVER with live accompaniment by pianist Gregor Graciano and piper Christian Tschirch at the stunning Ehemaliges Stummfilmkino Delphi Berlin. Previously screened in MoMA New York and Barbican London, Shebeen Flick had the honour to present the film for the first time in Berlin.

Programme 2015

WED 11th MARCH | 19:00
Ireland 2013, 85min, D: Gerard Barrett, with Joe Mullins, Muiris Crowley, Corina Gough
★★★★★ RTÉ Ten
★★★★ “A masterful debut” The Irish Times
★★★★ Irish Examiner


THU 12th MARCH | 19:00
Ireland 2014, 90min, D: Niall Heery, with Maisie Williams, David Wilmot, Kerry Condon, James Nesbitt
“Unique and uplifting…. Maisie Williams is superb” The Irish Times
“A cross between an Alexander Payne and Wes Anderson film… Gold transcends both comparisons” Scene Stealers


FRI 13th MARCH | 19:30 at Ehemaliges Stummfilmkino Delphi Berlin
COME ON OVER with live accompaniment by pianist Gregor Graciano and piper Christian Tschirch
USA 1922, 69min, Silent, D: Alfred E. Green, with Colleen Moore, Ralph Graves.


SAT 14th MARCH | 19:00
Ireland 2014, 90min, D: Rob Burke & Ronan Burke, with Jessica Paré, Brian Gleeson, Stanley Townsend
★★★★ “A thoroughly likeable romantic comedy” Entertainment.ie


SUN 15th MARCH | 19:00
I WENT DOWN (OV) – 18th Anniversary Screening
Ireland 1997, 107min, D: Paddy Breathnach, with Brendan Gleeson, Peter McDonald, Tony Doyle
★★★★ 84% Rotten Tomatoes
★★★★ 7/10 IMDb


MON 16th MARCH | 19:00
Ireland 2014, 80min, D: Sinead O’Brien
*Feature-documentary award winner at the Galway Film Fleadh 2014


TUE 17th MARCH | 19:00
Ireland 1989, 103min, D: Jim Sheridan, with Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Fiona Shaw, Hugh O’Conor
★★★★★ 97% Rotten Tomatoes
★★★★ 4/4 Roger Ebert
“An intelligent, beautifully acted adaptation of Christy Brown’s first book” Vincent Canby, New York Times
“All performances are on the mark in this perfect little film” Variety