Egans House welcomes you to the 10th International Film Festival taking place in Dublin, February 16th to 26th 2012


Highlights of the 2012 programme were revealed on the opening night February 2nd with special guests confirmed to attend the Festival later in February including Al Pacino (Wilde Salomé), Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs), Mark Wahlberg (Contraband), Martin Sheen (Stella Days), Michael Madsen (Jameson Cult Film Club screening of Resevoir Dogs), Kenneth Lonergan (Margaret), Whit Stillman (Damsels in Distress), Marjane Satrapi (Chicken With Plums) and Agnieszka Holland (In Darkness).

The festival is a citywide event that takes place in all of the Dublin City Centre Cinemas including Cineworld, The Savoy, Screen, Irish Film Institute and Light House Cinema in Smithfield. The majority of films shown at the film festival are Irish premieres, and for some of the films shown, the festival represents the only public screening that will take place in Ireland.

It’s great to see that the Smithfield Lighthouse cinema re-opened for business on the 20th of Jan. 2012 and will be one of the venues for this great event.

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival provides a great opportunity to celebrate cinema by meeting with other film lovers and immersing yourself in the most provocative, thought provoking and exciting film from the four corners of the globe.

If you want more detailed information on what’s on, on what day you can follow Darren who has done a great review of movies he thinks will be worth checking out on @Darren_Mooney….

We are really looking forward to this exciting festival and we hope you are too! Remember to stay with us at Egans House if you are travelling to Dublin. You can ring us on +35318303611 for our best room rates. OR

You can book through our website directly also on http://www.eganshouse.com or through our facebook page on http://www.facebook.com/eganshouse.

Looking forward to your visit,

Warm Regards,

The Egans House Team

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