OneTwoOneTwo: a new music documentary festival
Myself and my friend Cillian have put together a new music documentary festival with The Light House Cinema. We are SUPER excited about it. OneTwoOneTwo will take place over the 19th, 20th and 21st of October. We’ve lined up some …
Myself and my friend Cillian have put together a new music documentary festival with The Light House Cinema. We are SUPER excited about it. OneTwoOneTwo will take place over the 19th, 20th and 21st of October.
We’ve lined up some of the best music docs around, new and old, classic films and hidden gems such as the ultimate pop tour doc, In Bed With Madonna and probably the best concert film of all time, Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense.
No Distance Left To Run tells the emotional story of Blur’s 2009 reunion tour, and The Devil and Daniel Johnston is not just one of the best music documentaries ever, but one of the best documentaries ever made full stop. Searching For Sugar Man is the equally intriguing tale of Rodriguez, the 70s rock and roll icon that never was.
We’re also delighted to present the Irish premiere of the Patty Schemel’s story of being in Hole, one of the most influential bands of the 90s and beyond in Hit So Hard. And for record store lovers, Sound It Out is for you, a brilliantly compelling, funny, sweet and sad tale of the last record shop in Teesside. Keeping it local, we’ll be showing a free screening of A Joyful Slog, a documentary examining Ireland’s DIY scene.
Also screening for the first time in Ireland is the astounding tale of a guitar prodigy in Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet. Jason Becker was poised to become one of the greatest rock musicians of all time before a debilitating illness took hold. His story of refusing to let a life-altering health issue stop his love of music has been winning accolades at festivals around the world. We’ll also be screening the classic ego-driven story of two bands at war, Dig!
OneTwoOneTwo is going to be an awesome weekend of musical insights, with festival and day passes available to make sure you get bang for your buck.
OneTwoOneTwo has been put together in partnership with the Light House Cinema and with the kind support of The Ticket and Le Cool.
For more information, visit: The Light House.