Witness silent and classic cinema in a new light at the Killruddery Film Festival

This weekend, September 27th to 29th, sees the 5th Killruddery Film Festival, in Killruddery House in Bray, Co. Wicklow. The festival showcases the very best in silent and classic cinema and sees musicians accompany films in a way that is almost magical in the skill it requires. There’s even a kids friendly section to the programme.

You can find more information and booking links on the Kilruddery Film Festival website. Here’s the running order

Friday 27th September

8.00pm – Come On Over (1922) – in association with the Irish Film Institute
10.00pm – The Burden of Dreams (1982)

Saturday 28th September

10.30am – The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
12.30pm – Film Accompaniment Masterclass with Stephen Horne
2.30pm – John Ford’s The Informer (1935)
4.30pm – John Ford’s The Iron Horse (1924)
7.00pm – Pauline Bewick: Yellow Man, Grey Man & Fallen Angels – includes talk with the director
9.00pm – South
11.00pm – Miller’s Crossing (1990)

Sunday 29th September

11.00am – Irish Film Archive Children’s Programme – in association with the Irish Film Institute
1.00pm – Propaganda: Looking at the World Askew
3.00pm – Rin-Tin-Tin
5.00pm – The Stolen Ranch (1926) & Directed by William Wyler (double bill)
7.00pm – Nightdancers (2011)
9.00pm – The Trail of ’98