Film in Dublin launches Pretty Deadly Films, the art book

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Pretty deadly movies is a PDF document of Film In Dublin, distributed online. It’s an e-zine that combines writing, art and more. Each issue looks through the lens of a particular theme, with contributors submitting various features on their favorite movies, blockbusters, cult hits, films where the beautiful and the deadly do some pretty deadly things. At the movie theater. Each edition also features amazing artwork, and they’ve now compiled some of the art featured in the first two years of PDF into one edition and it looks pretty amazing!

Featuring thirteen of Ireland’s top artists, Pretty Deadly Films – The Artbook 2020 – 2021 features 35 pages of art and film, and the results are pretty killer. With illustrations by: Sarah Elliott, Simone Kett, Laura McNamee, Jess Dunne, Heather Brennan, Leeann Hamilton, Adeola Lawal, Amy Louise O’Callaghan, Amy Lauren McGrath, Panamoo, Brian Burke, Katelyn McKenna and Elly Makem

A5 saddle paperback book, 35 pages (including cover and spine). All contributing artists retain rights to submissions published in issues of Pretty Deadly Films. The work featured in this artbook appears with permission from the original artists.

See more at filmindublin.ie and ko-fi.com/prettydeadlyfilms.

10 €, available online NOW at ko-fi.com/prettydeadlyfilms. Seller information coming soon.

ABOUT THE FILM IN DUBLIN

Dublin is a concentrated hub of avid film buffs, there is always so much going on in the beautiful film city that it can be hard to keep up with it all. Launched in 2016, Film In Dublin was created to bridge this gap by keeping moviegoers up to date with all that our home country has to offer, not to mention the rest of the film world.

The site offers reviews, news, trailers and longer features, with a particular focus on the latest happenings in Dublin’s vibrant film scene, including premieres, festivals and themed events. From the city to the suburbs and whether you’re a bona fide movie buff or a more laid back viewer, Film In Dublin has something for you.

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