One Two One Two music documentary festival comes from the combined movie and music interests of Una Mullally and Cillian McDonnell and when you think about it, why had no one thought of this before them? Thankfully they got the idea for the festival off the ground for the second year in a row after last years success and are bringing us a whole weekend of fantastic, highly anticipated music documentaries.
Thursday, Oct 3rd is unfortunately sold out, with tickets gone for ‘Mistaken For Strangers’, following The National, one of this years best music documentaries. But not to worry because there’s another two days for you to choose from.
Friday,Oct 4th Light House will show ‘Metallica: Some Kind of Monster at 8pm followed by the classic mockumentary ‘This Is Spinal Tap’ at 10.45pm.
Saturday,Oct 5th shows the highly controversial Pussy Riot doc ‘Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer’, where it takes a look at the band of anonymous feminists and their tumultuous relationship with the Russian government. Followed by the star studded ‘Dave Chapelle’s Block Party’ at 10.15pm.
Sunday,Oct 6th closes the festival with two big Irish premieres. At 6.30pm is ‘Sing Me The Songs That Say I Love You’ where a host of famous musicians gather in New York to pay a beautiful tribute to Kate McGarrigle. And finally,finishing with ‘Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me’, one of recent years most anticipated music documentaries about a band of a generation that never was.
All tickets are 10 euro and 8 with concession or 22.50 for a three film ticket.