A core feature of port | river | city is Dan Shipsides’ mobile T5 Field Cinema. Designed to bring artist and experimental moving image works to remote locations, this mobile cinema uses a converted T5 generation VW van to screen works selected to respond to or inform the environment in which they are shown. T5 will pull up to two different locations on two dates over the course of the project to screen two custom-made programmes – including Dan’s own new film work – hopefully drawing attention from an audience made up of both the curious onlooker and the avid spectator.

Films screening at Great South Wall on Sunday September 17th 19:00 will include:
Cliona Harmey – endpoint, 2017, 15 minutes
Hugh Watt – Lookout Post, 2011, 8 minutes
Allan Hughes – The Listening Station, 2008, 7 minutes
Seamus Harahan – Your Silent Face, 2015, 6 minutes
Lis Rhodes – ORIFSO, 1999, 12 minutes
Vanessa Daws – Psychoswimography Santa Barbara, 2014, 7 minutes
Dan Shipsides – Three Points down to zero, 2017, 15 minutes

Films screening on North Wall Quay (opposite new Central Bank) on Culture Night Friday September 22nd 19:00 will include:
Dara Flanagan – Ensnare, 2016, 5 minutes
Amanda Beech – Sanity Assassin, 2010, 18 minutes
David Donohoe – He jumped and kicked and spun and twirled, 2002, 3 minutes
Helouise O’Reilly – Aunt Belle’s Door, 2017, 1 minute
Shipsides and Beggs Projects – Zombie Line, 2015, 12 minutes
Semi-Conductor – 200 Nanowebbers, 2005, 3 minutes
William Raban – Autumn Scenes, 1978, 25 minutes