Set in the ‘90s at the height of France’s AIDS epidemic, Robin Campilo’s (Eastern Boys, 2014) urgent film draws directly from his own experiences as a member of Act Up, the grassroots activist group, his story focusing on their campaign... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.40
Join us for a discussion of the film after the 18.15 screening on Wednesday the 18th of April.
A frank depiction of a bitter custody battle between the divorced parents of a preteen boy gradually morphs into an almost unbearably... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.00; 20.40
Wes Anderson’s second stop-motion animated film (following Fantastic Mr. Fox in 2009) is a typically charming and meticulously detailed outing. After an outbreak of canine flu leads to all dogs being exiled to Trash Island, defiant 12-year-old Atari sets out... Read More
Over 30,000 students prepare for piano exams each year in Ireland. In this delightfully quirky and uplifting documentary, we are invited into the world of the piano lesson. The film from director Ken Wardrop (His and Hers) examines the special... Read More
Times: 13.00; 17.00; 19.00; 21.00
Dafhyd Flynn, Moe Dunford and Lalor Roddy star in Michael Inside, which tells the story of Michael McCrea, an impressionable 18-year-old living with his grandfather Francis in a Dublin housing estate, who gets caught holding a bag of drugs for... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.20; 18.30
This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.
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Tensions erupt between German construction workers and Bulgarian villagers in Valeska Grisebach’s (Longing) long-awaited third feature, the title of which deliberately invokes the legacy of classic Hollywood frontier sagas.
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10; 20.30
There will be Open Captioned screenings of Wonderstruck on April 10th at 13.45 and April 12th at 20.45.
Todd Haynes follows up his sublime Carol with an imaginative adaptation of Brian Selznick’s critically acclaimed novel.
Minnesota, 1977. Twelve-year-old Ben is... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.00
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