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WHAT'S ON - 03/10/2021

  • ANNETTE

    From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen.

    Almost all dialogue is sung in this long-awaited musical from director Leos Carax (Holy Motors) and writers Ron and Russell... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 19.50

  • FATHER OF THE CYBORGS

    From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen.

    Dr Phil Kennedy was once a famous neuroscientist. In the late 1990s, he made global headlines for implanting several wire... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.20, 17.50

  • GAGARINE

    From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen.

    Yuri, an introverted 16-year-old with a highly developed imagination, has lived all his life in Cité Gagarine, an imposing red... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.10, 20.45

  • GAZE SHORTS: NOTHING TO HIDE

    Screening online on IFI@Home.

    By turns sexy and solemn, surviving and thriving, these films bring out every facet of trans life from quiet self-reflection to unbridled joy.

    Programmed by: James Hudson

    The Scottish Woman / dir. Gigi Greene / Czech... Read More

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    Times: On IFI@Home

  • GAZE SHORTS: QUEER ÉIRE: NEW IRISH SHORTS

    Screening online on IFI@Home.

    Presenting the best of new Irish LGBTQ+ cinema. Local heroes, irrational fears, complex family dynamics and the cure for a deadly illness: we promise most of these are works of fiction!

    Programmed & notes by: Seán... Read More

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    Times: On IFI@Home

  • THE MALTESE FALCON 

    From Monday September 6th, in line with government guidelines, all patrons must show proof of vaccination upon entering the cinema screen.

    The third and definitive adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s 1930 novel, John Huston’s directorial debut was arguably the first major film... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.20


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