‘Apoc­a­lypse’ now for Dublin fest

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - News -

The Jame­son Dublin In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val has con­firmed its first event for the 2011 out­ing. To cel­e­brate 90 years since the re­lease of Rex In­gram’s The Four Horse­man of the Apoc­a­lypse, the fes­ti­val will screen a print of the melo­drama ac­com­pa­nied by live mu­sic from RTÉ Con­cert Or­ches­tra.

The gala, at the Na­tional Con­cert Hall on Fe­bru­ary 26th, stands as trib­ute to an over­looked Dubliner. In­gram, born in the city in 1892, went on to di­rect such in­flu­en­tial silent films as The Con­quer­ing Power and The Pris­oner of Zenda.

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