WHAT'S ON - 18/11/2017

  • ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME NOVEMBER 2017: DOUBLE BILL

    SHORT AND SWEET

    PROGRAMME ONE

    Jonathan Swift

    Using striking imagery and odd juxtapositions, Kieran Hickey’s intriguing film playfully explores Swift’s reflections on mental health and his life in Dublin and London, while quoting lavishly from Gulliver’s Travels and other writings.

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    BOOK NOW Times: 12.30

  • CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

    A young American in Italy experiences the bittersweet pangs of first love in Luca Guadagnino’s (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) exquisitely realised coming-of-age/coming-out story.

    The year is 1983. Seventeen-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) is spending the summer in Lombardy with... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.00

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: 120 BPM (BEATS PER MINUTE)

    Director Robin Campillo will take part in a Q&A after the 19.30 screening on Monday November 20th, hosted by GCN’s Brian Finnegan. Tickets on sale now. 

    Set in the 1990s at the height of France’s AIDS epidemic, Robin Campillo’s (Eastern Boys,... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.45

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: AGNÈS JAOUI MASTERCLASS

    Tickets: €5

    This masterclass will be moderated by director Rebecca Daly.

    Agnès Jaoui is a multi-award winning actress, screenwriter, director and singer. Her acting and screenwriting collaborations with former partner Jean-Pierre Bacri include Philippe Muyl’s Kitchen with Apartment (1993), Alain... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: JUST TO BE SURE

    This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.

    Forty-five-year-old bomb disposal expert Erwan (François Damiens) has discovered, quite by accident, that the man who raised him isn’t actually his real dad. With the help of a private detective agency, he... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.30

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: LOVER FOR A DAY

    This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.

    23-year-old student Jeanne (Esther Garrel) has just been kicked out by her boyfriend. Heartbroken, she moves back in with her university professor father Gilles (Éric Caravaca), only to discover that he’s been... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.40

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: THE SILENCE OF THE SEA

    A four film programme celebrates the centennial of Jean-Pierre Melville – see the full lineup here. 

    Dr Douglas Smith, Senior Lecturer, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, UCD, will introduce this screening.

    The screening will be preceded by Melville’s short... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.30

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: THE TASTE OF OTHERS

    This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.

    THIS SCREENING IS SOLD OUT 

    This screening will be introduced by director Agnès Jaoui.

    Castella (Jean-Pierre Bacri) is a boorish provincial businessman with no cultural leanings, often plain and clumsy. He is... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.00 [SOLD OUT]

  • GOOD TIME

    Robert Pattinson excels as a small-time criminal on a frantic nocturnal odyssey to break his brother out of custody.

    He plays Connie who, at the outset, takes his mentally challenged brother Nick (Benny Safdie) out of a therapy session so... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.50, 18.20

  • LOVING VINCENT

    This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.

    The final mysterious days in the life of Vincent van Gogh are the subject of investigation in this formally daring work, seven years in the making, that marries live action performance to... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 17.40

  • THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

    Successful heart surgeon Steven (Colin Farrell) is engaged in a bizarre relationship with sixteen-year-old Martin (Barry Keoghan) in Yorgos Lanthimos’s (Dogtooth, 2009; The Lobster, 2015) outstanding new film that pushes the director’s signature style to extremes of inky-black humour and horror.

    Steven introduces Martin to... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.40

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