El Método (The Method), Director: Marcelo Piñeyro, (2005) 115 min.
Seven candidates for an executive position apply for the personnel selection test of a multinational company located in Madrid. Their personalities are very different. In a climate of tense competitiveness, fear and doubts will take over the participants, who fall into a state of paranoia and suspicion that it will reveal the lack of scruples of the candidates.
The Spanish Film Club show a selection of Spanish language films on the third Wednesday of the month at 5.30pm.
Films are in Spanish with English language subtitles.
In association with the Instituto Cervantes Dublin.
Pearse Street Library, 138 – 144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
21 Nov, 5:30 PM
An evening to share stories and enthusiasm about speaking the Irish language.
Events will include:
A screening of the award winning documentary ‘Grá & Eagla’, a story which follows comedian Áine Gallagher as she embarks on her journey to perform bilingual comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, encounters her fears of fluent speakers, and develops new insights in what it means to be an ‘Irish speaker’.
Plus panel discussion with guests including director Caitríona Ní Chadhain and Osgúr Ó Ciardha from the Pop Up Gaeltacht, to explore what being an Irish speaker means in modern Ireland and how more people can be encouraged to speak our native language.
In association with Bliain na Gaeilge and BLOC TG4.
With support from Galway Film Centre.
The Workman’s Club
10 Wellington Quay
D02 VX36 Dublin
21 Nov, 19:30 – 22:00 PM
Whiskey Tasting Tour (€39)
Soak up the local flavour during a guided whiskey tour of Ireland’s capital city. Meander past landmark destinations like Trinity College and Grafton Street, and sample 5 exquisite whiskeys, savouring smooth flavours that call to mind clear mountain streams and stately oak forests.
oin your guide at the Dingle Whiskey Bar and launch your memorable experience. Settle up to the immaculate bar and toast with a blended whiskey. Note the warm feeling the intermingling flavours produce, and then chat with your guide about Ireland’s tradition of whiskey distilling. Learn what makes Irish whiskey distinct from other spirits produced around the world.
After this brief introduction, it’s time to explore. From the Dingle Whiskey Bar, head into downtown Dublin. Meander the sprawling grounds of Trinity College and learn about its notable alumni including Jonathan Swift and Samuel Beckett. Venture through the Temple Bar neighbourhood and duck into a tavern where you can choose to sample a single-grain whiskey from Teeling or a single-peated malt made by Connemara.
Before your tour is through, peruse Grafton Street with its colourful boutiques. Delight in the lilting melodies of the street musicians and taste 3 additional whiskeys before concluding your tour back on the southside.
Dingle Whiskey Bar
44 Nassau St
D02 RP20 Dublin
21 Nov, 17:30 – 19:30 PM