ASPECTS OF IRELAND: PROGRAMME 1
Join us for free films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect tickets at IFI Box Office please see www.ifi.ie for more information.
GLIMPSES OF ERIN
This travelogue made for US cinema audiences espouses... Read More
Young, idealistic members of a Chinese performing arts troupe confront the seismic social, economic and cultural transformation of 1980s China in Jia Zhangke’s ambitious, humanistic and visually arresting second feature.
Set in the director’s native Fenyang, Shanxi Province in the... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.00
★★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★★ Irish Times
Andrey Zvyagintsev’s (The Return, Elena, Leviathan) bracing new film is ostensibly a missing person police procedural, yet similar to Leviathan it bears interpretation as a state of the Russian nation address. A prosperous Moscow... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.10, 20.40
All screenings take place in 35mm unless otherwise indicated. Join us for an open discussion after the 18.00 screening on Monday 12th and our special Feast Your Eyes screening on Feb 13th.
In previous films such as Magnolia (1999) and The... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.00 (AD, Digital)
The publishing of the Pentagon Papers in 1971, documents which disclosed the truth about the unwinnable nature of the Vietnam War, brought both the New York Times and Washington Post into direct conflict with President Richard Nixon’s administration.
Steven Spielberg’s gripping, excellently... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 17.40 (AD available on all screenings)
This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.
Sure to figure prominently in the current awards season, Martin McDonagh’s latest film is his best yet, a complex and mature work that nonetheless retains the humour familiar to audiences from In... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.20 (AD)
A TASTE OF HONEY (BIGGER PICTURE)
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 2: APRIL 2018
FEAST YOUR EYES: LET THE SUNSHINE IN
ISLE OF DOGS
LET THE SUNSHINE IN
MAKING THE GRADE
MARLINA THE MURDERER IN FOUR ACTS
NEVER STEADY, NEVER STILL
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