TV Eye

Events, screenings and talks on TV programmes past and present

Carson Country

Dominic Behan’s most ambitious work for television dealing with Unionist opposition to Home Rule in 1912 (led by Lord Edward Carson) and the class divisions that it fostered.

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£5

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Catholics

Catholics is a 1973 television film based on the novel of the same name by Brian Moore, who also wrote the screenplay for the film, It stars Trevor Howard, Martin Sheen and Cyril Cusack

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Catholics
£5

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Contact

‘Contact’ follows a platoon of soldiers patrolling the “bandit country” of South Armagh, a hotbed of IRA activity running along the unmarked border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

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Contact
£6

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Dag

Meet Dag, a couple’s therapist who holds a 90% divorce rate. His philosophy in life is that people should live alone and he’s happy to share that with his patients.
Dag is a sometimes cynical comedy series, which features a star-studded cast of Norway’s most celebrated actors.

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Dag
£5

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Danger 5

Set in a bizarre 1960’s inspired version of World War II, this action comedy series follows a team of five spies on a mission to kill Hitler.

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£5

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Dantes TV Trip

Directed by Dante Fontana

Take a hilarious trip to the tenth circle of TV Hell: forgotten VHS tapes from ‘Everything is Terrible! collaborator Dante Fontana

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dantes
£3

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Easter 2016

Graham Reid’s Science Fiction TV film made in 1982. On the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, students at a Northern Irish college mark the event by staging an uprising against the authoritarian regime.

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Easter
£6
Venue: The Black Box

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