WHAT'S ON - 12/10/2015

  • 99 HOMES

    Rick Carver (the brilliant Michael Shannon) is the court appointed real-estate agent for repossessed Orlando homes. Backed-up by armed forces from the Sheriff’s department, he supervises evictions with implacable detachment. Dennis Nash (Andrew Garfield), is a construction worker with a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.10

  • FIDELIO: ALICE’S JOURNEY

    OPENS OCT 2ND

    Leaving behind her devoted Norwegian boyfriend, 30-year-old marine mechanic Alice, played by the excellent Ariane Labed (who also features in October new release The Lobster, see page 10), takes up a month-long post on an immense, male-dominated... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.10

  • MACBETH

    Australian director Justin Kurzel (Snowtown) brings a boldly cinematic vision to his take on Shakespeare’s classic tragedy of vaulting ambition and ruthless murder; opening with a flourish of his own creation, which goes some way to explaining Lady Macbeth’s descent... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 18.15

  • OLDER THAN IRELAND

    Featuring 30 men and women, all born before 1916, Older than Ireland is something of a landmark documentary that explores what it means to have lived 100 years, and more, in Ireland. Director Alex Fegan, who recently took the measure... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 16.40

  • RED ARMY

    IFI DOC

    The best documentaries can spark interest in the most unlikely of subjects, and such is the case with Gabe Polsky’s Red Army. By turns exciting and insightful, this exploration of Russia’s national ice-hockey team in their heyday before... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.50, 20.50

  • SICARIO

    The ongoing conflict around drug trafficking on the U.S. border with Mexico – the subject of the recent documentary Cartel Land – is the basis for this ferociously realised action thriller from Canadian director Denis Villeneuve (Incendies, Prisoners, Enemy). Emily... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.30, 20.40

  • THE BIGGER PICTURE: THRONE OF BLOOD

    Our monthly programming strand in which a key film is presented within the context of a notional film canon.

    Having considered European work to date, our focus now shifts to Japan and this masterful adaptation of Macbeth by Akira Kurosawa.... Read More

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    Times: 18.30

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