For Broadsheet readers who have secured tickets for the screening of Russell Brand and Michael Winterbottom’s documentary The Emperor’s New Clothes at The Screen cinema, D’Olier Street, Dublin….
The screening, hosted by Element Pictures – will be preceded by a leetle drinky (thanks to Blue Moon Brewing Company, purveyors of American craft beer) and will be followed by a LIVE broadcast Q+A session with Russell Brand.
The drinks reception will be at 6.15pm with the movie starting at 7pm.
Please remove hats.
The seat in front is not a foot rest.
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Andrew Lowe (right) and Ed Guiney, of Element Pictures, new owners of The Lighthouse in Smithfield, Dublin which re-opens for business on Friday,
The cinema will be run by Element and “will build on previous programming by screening the best of international art house and Irish cinema as well as re-runs of classics”.
Meanwhile (below) outside: Element director Andrew Lowe (right), James Hickey of the Irish Film and Fionnula Sweeney of the Arts Council, cut the ribbon thing.
Lighthouse Interview: Element Pictures’ Andrew Lowe (Gordon Gaffney, Film Ireland)
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)