movie club feature: Kinoteka Bray at The Harbour Bar, BrayNo Comment
The second in our movie club feature series takes a look at Kinoteka Bray, a monthly arthouse movie club in the very cool Harbour Bar in Bray.
After cinemas in Bray and Greystones closed, the area was left with only one place to watch films. The Mermaid Arts Centre regularly exhibits arthouse films however they mainly programme contemporary films and tend to show larger releases.
Kinoteka Bray was started up in January 2010 as a way for interested people to get together and watch older and classic arthouse films. The club focuses on subtitled films and some of the films they shown so far include Bande à Part (France, 1964), Teorema (Italy, 1968), Tampopo (Japan, 1985) and Nosferatu (Germany, 1922). Kinoteka Bray aims to create a friendly environment where films can be screened and discussed informally. With beer.
Screenings are free and usually take place on the second Tuesday of each month though you should check the Kinoteka Bray website or follow them on their Facebook page to keep up to date with events.
Their next screening will be on Tuesday 14th Feb at 8.30pm and they’ll be showing Kontroll – Nimród Antal’s 2003 cult black comedy about a gang of ticket inspectors in the Budapest underground. It’s a film I’ve never seen but keep meaning to pick up some time.
I’ll leave you with a couple of the posters from their screenings last year that you might have seen around Bray. Beautiful work from the group!
If you run a film club and you’d like me to highlight it, give me a shout at email@example.com and I’ll be happy to see what I can do!
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