HE will screen at Cafe Kino in Bristol, as part of Scalarama 2015. Full details can be found here “He (2012) is an Irish Experimental film directed by Rouzbeh Rashidi, starring James Devereaux as the main character. The film is about a troubling and mysterious portrait of a suicidal man. Rashidi juxtaposes the lead character’s […]
DELIGHTED full details of Noirish Project’s Berlin screening are now up on the Ausland website here. Brief details, plus an outline & a statement here: As always, if you’re unable to attend any of the screenings, Noirish Project can now be viewed online, here. Noirish Project (73 mins, UK, James Devereaux) A Neorealist Feature Film […]
I once curated a program of short films. At the end of the screening a friend approached me to say that he had hated what he saw. I wasn’t offended, but I did respect his opinion and was saddened by his view. The next time I put up a screening I didn’t invite him because […]
With Rouzbeh Rashidi before the screenings Well, on Saturday Noirish Project received it’s first public screening (on a double bill with HSP: There Is No Escape From The Terrors Of The Mind). I have to say it was a completely mind blowing experience to finally get it in front of people. I have been working […]
Delighted to announce that Noirish Project will receive it’s London premier on Saturday the 31st May, at The Horse Hospital. Doors open 6.30pm. TICKETS £5 ADVANCE (CLICK HERE) or £6.50 ON THE DOOR. Noirish Project will play on a double bill with another extraordinary film by Rouzbeh Rashidi, There Is No Escape From The Terrors Of The […]
Delighted that There Is No Escape From The Terrors Of The Mind will screen at New York’s Spectacle Theatre, as part of their “New Irish Underground Film” season. If you’re in New York, you can catch it at on Thursday 7th November at 7.30pm.
For more information and details about other films playing, click here.
Black Sun Cinema presents Rouzbeh Rashidi’s HSP: THERE IS NO ESCAPE FROM THE TERRORS OF THE MIND Triskel Christchurch Cinema Wednesday 9 October, 6.30 pm blacksuncork.tumblr.com triskelartscentre.ie There is no escape… From one side of the globe to the other, there is no escaping the faces, the visions, the ever-watchful camera. There is […]
“It is a sad and beautiful world” – Roberto Benigni in Down By Law To celebrate the completion of my feature film, Noirish Project, I held a screening of Jim Jarmusch’s Down By Law. It was an important film for me when I was in my teens because it opened up the world of arthouse cinema […]
I discovered Down By Law while I was teenager living in a bleak and obscure South Wales coastal town during the mid-1990s. Flipping channels on the TV one night at about 2am, I stumbled upon Ellen Barkin and Tom Waits having an almighty bust-up in monochrome. I didn’t know what the hell I was watching […]