A Story of Children and Film – A Film by Mark Cousins

Temperance Hall

20 September
2:00 pm

(106min )
Tickets €8

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‘The film is a treat, and Cousins’ infectious enthusiasm and talent for making connections and drawing cheap viagra parallels between the unlikeliest of sources will leave audiences eager to see more of the films mentioned.’

The Guardian

Dir. Mark Cousins 2013 | UK | (PG)

Following The Story of Film: An Odyssey, filmmaker and critic Mark Cousins has created a companion piece full of generic viagra his trademark passion and knowledge as he examines differing representations of children throughout the international history of cinema.


Inspired by the reactions of his young niece and nephew to being filmed while visiting his flat, Cousins takes their changing moods as the starting points for a series of free associating digressions on children and film that use illustrative clips from a selection of 53 films from 25 countries, ranging from Spielberg’s E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial to 1970s Albanian film Tomka and His Friends.