WHAT'S ON - 18/09/2018

  • BLACK 47

    Listen to our Q&A with director Lance Daly here.

    There will be an Open Captioned screening on the 21st of September at 15.50.

    Given the number of films which have taken their inspiration from Ireland’s troubled history, the lack... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.50, 18.20, 20.30

  • BLACKKKLANSMAN

    Spike Lee’s new film inserts polemic borne of anger and outrage at the division of America along racial lines into his most accessible and straightforwardly entertaining film in some time.

    Based on a true story, it recounts the successful infiltration... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.30

  • COLD WAR

    Two star-crossed lovers play out an epic, much-thwarted romance spanning 15 years across Poland, France and Germany in Pawel Pawlikowski’s entrancing, rapturously beautiful follow up to his much-fêted Ida.

    The film begins in the war-ravaged Poland of 1946 where Wiktor... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.40

  • LUCKY

    Versatile actor John Carroll Lynch makes his directorial début with this leisurely portrait of the titular character, played by the late, great Harry Dean Stanton.

    A prickly individual with a low tolerance for inanity, Lucky adheres to a strict daily... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.15, 20.30

  • THE BISHOP’S STORY (FROM THE VAULTS)

    This screening will be introduced by composer Roger Doyle. 

    A love story is revealed through conversations between an elderly bishop (Donal McCann) and a younger priest in a ‘retreat’ house catering for members of religious orders. The bishop, a returned... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.30

  • THE RIDER

    Chloé Zhao’s lyrical new work is evocative of films such as David Gordon Green’s George Washington (2000) or Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone (2010) in its depiction of an America seldom seen on screen.

    In South Dakota, the promising career of... Read More

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    Times: 16.00. 18.15 (OC)

  • WAJIB

    A road movie in miniature, Wajib (which translates as ‘duty’) sees prodigal son Shadi return home to the Arab community in the northern Israeli city of Nazareth. Following local tradition, Shadi accompanies his taciturn father Abu Shadi as he drives... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.30, 20.40

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