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Screening times revealed for Irish films at Sundance 2016
20 Jan 2016 : Seán Brosnan
John Carney's 'Sing Street'
The 2016 Sundance Film Festival begins in Park City, Utah tomorrow, with a record seven titles funded by the Irish Film Board set to screen at this year's event: ‘Mammal’ directed by Rebecca Daly, ‘Love & Friendship’ from Whit Stillman, John Carney's ‘Sing Street’, ‘Viva’ directed by Paddy Breathnach, ‘The Lobster’ from Yorgos Lanthimos, documentary ‘The Land of the Enlightened’ by Pieter-Jan De Pue and the short animation ‘A Coat Made Dark’ directed by Jack O'Shea.

Representatives from Fastnet Films (‘Mammal’, ‘The Land of the Enlightened’), Cosmo Films (‘Sing Street’), Blinder Films (‘Love & Friendship’) and Still Films (‘A Coat Made Dark’) will be attending the festival, in addition to IFB Project Managers Mary Callery and Keith Potter.

See below the screening times for the Irish films at Sundance 2016.

A COAT MADE DARK (Short, screening as part of Shorts Program 3)

  • 9:30 PM Friday January 22 REDSTONE CINEMA 1
  • 6:00 PM Saturday January 23 TOWER THEATRE
  • 3:00 PM Monday January 25 YARROW HOTEL THEATRE
  • 5:30 PM Saturday January 30 PROSPECTOR SQUARE THEATRE

VIVA (Spotlight)

  • 9:00 PM Friday January 22 BROADWAY CENTRE CINEMA 6
  • 12:00 PM Saturday January 23 SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN RESORT SCREENING ROOM
  • 12:00 PM Monday January 25 LIBRARY CENTER THEATRE

THE LOBSTER (Spotlight)

  • 9:30 PM Saturday January 23 PEERY'S EGYPTIAN THEATER
  • 5:15 PM Tuesday January 26 THE MARC
  • 6:30 PM Wednesday January 27 ROSE WAGNER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
  • 6:00 PM Saturday January 30 SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN RESORT SCREENING ROOM

LOVE & FRIENDSHIP (Premiere)

  • 9:45 PM Saturday January 23 ECCLES THEATRE
  • 9:00 AM Sunday January 24 ECCLES THEATRE
  • 6:15 PM Sunday January 24 THE GRAND THEATRE
  • 6:30 PM Saturday January 30 ECCLES THEATRE
  • 10:00 AM Sunday January 31 SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN RESORT SCREENING ROOM

    MAMMAL (World Drama)

    • 12:15 PM Sunday January 24 LIBRARY CENTER THEATRE
    • 1:00 PM Monday January 25 REDSTONE CINEMA 2
    • 6:00 PM Tuesday January 26 TOWER THEATRE
    • 12:00 PM Wednesday January 27 SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN RESORT SCREENING ROOM
    • 9:00 PM Thursday January 28 TEMPLE THEATRE
    • 8:45 PM Friday January 29 PROSPECTOR SQUARE THEATRE

    THE LAND OF THE ENLIGHTENED (World Documentaries)

    • 6:00 PM Sunday January 24 YARROW HOTEL THEATRE
    • 6:45 PM Monday January 25 BROADWAY CENTRE CINEMA 3
    • 4:00 PM Tuesday January 26 REDSTONE CINEMA 2
    • 9:00 AM Friday January 29 YARROW HOTEL THEATRE
    • 3:15 PM Saturday January 30 HOLIDAY VILLAGE CINEMA 2

    SING STREET (Premieres)

    • 9:30 PM Sunday January 24 ECCLES THEATRE
    • 9:00 AM Monday January 25 ECCLES THEATRE
    • 9:45 PM Wednesday January 27 ROSE WAGNER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
    • 9:00 PM Thursday January 28 SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN RESORT SCREENING ROOM
    • 8:30 PM Saturday January 30 THE MARC

    Stay tuned to IFTN for updates on all Irish films at Sundance 2016.




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