access>CINEMA February 2024 Programmers’ Screening Day

The access>CINEMA logo and film images on a pop-up poster.

Join us for our February 2024 Screening Day at the Light House cinema in Dublin on February 26th.

Our Screening Days give film programmers a chance to preview a selection of upcoming international and Irish cinema that will be available for future programming.

The event will also give you the opportunity to meet with other cinema programmers and industry professionals from across Ireland and share information around returning and new cinema audiences.

The February Screening Day is our first programmers’ event of the year and coincides with the Dublin International Film Festival 2024.


We want to welcome as many programmers as possible to our Screening Day events, and prices include all refreshments and lunch.

We currently offer two types of passes for screening events:

  • Regular Pass: €35
  • Young Person’s Pass (If you are aged 18-30): €20

Up to three delegates per organisation may register for the event immediately.

Any additional delegates from an organisation that already has three participants registered will be placed on a waiting list.

Registration will close promptly at 5.30pm on Friday February 16th. If you’re not registered yet, you can do so via the button below.

If any vacancies remain for the event at that point, waiting list delegates will be offered a place, allocated in order of the date each waiting list delegate initially registered.

If for any reason the cost of attending is not covered by your organisation and you cannot cover the costs yourself, please do get in touch.


access>CINEMA’s screening day is an industry event for programmers, screening organisers, audience developers, education officers or marketeers for cinema, mixed arts venues, film societies and film festivals.

You must be 18 years or older to attend.

If you are not sure if you’re eligible, just ask us:

Please note that there is a press embargo on films screening at this event, which includes social networking sites and film forums.