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19 Apr - subterranean


Tuesday 19 April, 1pm

Rathmines Omniplex

Invite only, not open to the general public

Jason is a shy young guy, an ordinary young guy. After his girlfriend leaves him, he’s visited by a mysterious stranger and drawn to a seductive underground club, where he’s offered the opportunity to transform himself . . . Based on the age-old story of Faust – where a man wagers his soul to the devil to live life more intensely, more sensuously – subterranean is a short film about being young now, raising questions about belonging, seduction, morality and self-realisation today.

Created and performed by the final-year actors of DIT Conservatory’s BA in Drama (Performance) and directed by drama lecturer Peter McDermott, subterranean continues the Conservatory’s commitment to short film-making and to putting actors at the centre of the creative process. subterranean will be screened at the Rathmines Omniplex for an invitation-only audience (not open to the public) on Tuesday 19 April at 1pm. A public link to the film on the Conservatory’s YouTube channel will be available shortly after the screening.