Underground Cinema

The Home Of Independent Cinema & Dublins Only Drive In Cinema

March Screening

Underground Cinema Season VI - Screening IV
Thursday March 28th at 730pm in the Eblana Club - Admission  €6

Tell Me About Yourself

A Simon O'Neill Film

Actor Steve Hayes has been asked to make an audition video for a role he desperately wants. His brief from the director is to 'Tell me about yourself'. It sounds simple, in theory.

Directed by Simon O'Neill

Running Time 7 Mins


Black House Films

Simon Robinson, antisocial recluse and self-professed paranormal investigator, is well versed in many accounts of strange phenomena. Living alone in Dublin, in a state of turmoil as his only friend Bill McKenna prepares to leave Ireland, Simon begins to realise that only by confronting his past can he hope to unlock the greatest mystery he's ever faced, his own future.

Directed by Aidan Duffy

Running Time 16 Mins

The Duel

50lb Pound Films

In days of yore and ladies needed to cross rivers, they hoped for gallant gentlemen to help. But lady kilkenny has no such luck, as her gallant men are Sir Cod and Sir Flatbottom. As they decide who shall help, our damsel is soon forgotten as they Duel

Directed by Pauric Brennan

Running Time 7 Mins

What Stigma?

A James Keating Film

What Stigma? is an examination of the stigma that surrounds mental ill-health, and the work being done to remove it. Interviewed in the film are experts and people who have personally experienced stigma. We meet a kickboxing company director, a group proud to be mad, a town full of nuns and more as the stigma of mental ill-health is confronted and challenged.

Directed by James Keating

Running Time 12 Mins

Rubiks Cube Terror

A Sander Maran Film

This lonesome hitchhiker is up for a big surprise!!

Directed by Sander Maran

Running Time 6 Mins

A House of Cards

Floor Unit Productions

A 'House of Cards' is set around a family who return home for a dinner prepared by their Auntie. They are back for one weekend, under the premise of visiting their sick mother the next morning. As the tension rises and the household reaches breaking point, can they keep it together for the sake of family?

Directed by Jordan Ballantine

Running Time 16 Mins

The Guru of Joy

Snugboro Films

Would you pay €5 for a chat?  Apparently many do, as our intrepid interviewer is about to discover.  He's attempting to shed light upon the flaky flavoursome career of Paul Mayor, the so called Guru of Joy.  A man who claims he can talk to those in the throws of suicide out of their fate and onto the path of happiness

Directed by Johno Ryan

Running Time 21 Mins

Baby Boots


A young couple on a long country drive, discuss trivial matters such as baby boots, but things take an unexpected turn when they start to play pranks on one another.

Directed by Daniel O'Connel

Running Time 15 Mins


Zoology Films

Nobody has the right to look down on somebody.  Connection deals with how homeless people have bee pushed to the edges of society.

Directed by Mark McAuley

Running Time 2 Mins

Underground Cinema Has A New Location, The Eblana Club in Dun Laoghaire.  Directions Below

3 Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin

From the Dart Station in Dun Laoghaire:

Leave the DART station and cross directly across the road.

Turn right at the Town Hall beside the traffic lights and walk up Marine Road.

Take the first turn right down Eblana Avenue and the Eblana Club is number 3 Eblana Avenue, which right beside the old Christian Brothers School.

From the bus stop on Marine Road (no's 7, 45A, 75 & 46A):

Cross directly acros the road and take the first left on Marine Road (its the road directly behind St Michaels Church) down Eblana Avenue.  As above its 3 Eblana Avenue.