The iconic 1921 film, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, showed the (early) power of cinema to inspire, and the folks at JDIFF are delighted to present, as the 2011 Festival Special Event, the film that catapulted Rudolph Valentino into superstardom and brought Dub, Rex Ingram, to prominence as a director.

This exclusive event will screen at the National Concert Hall on Saturday 26th February, featuring a rousing live score composed by Carl Davis, played by the acclaimed 45-strong RTÉ Concert Orchestra, conducted by David Brophy.

It's a unique opportunity to see something potentially spectacular in front of your very own eyes. Tickets are available to from The National Concert Hall.