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WHAT'S ON - 24/11/2022

  • AISHA

    Aisha (Letitia Wright) lives at a Direct Provision Centre in a state of uncertainty; having fled Nigeria from a violent gang that murdered members of her family, she is desperately trying to find some degree of permanency, where she and... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.40, 18.10

  • AN CAILÍN CIÚIN

    Even before its release, Colm Bairéad’s debut feature has (quite rightly) become one of the most lauded and garlanded Irish films of recent years. Adapted from Foster, a short story by Claire Keegan, it centres on nine-year-old Cáit, a shy... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.15

  • DECISION TO LEAVE

    Homicide detective Hae-jun (Park Hae-il) is investigating the death of a climber who has fallen to his death in what seems to be an accident if it were not for the peculiar reaction of the man’s Chinese wife, Seo-rae (Tang Wei), which marks her... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 15.40

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: DIARY OF A FLEETING AFFAIR

    Single mother Charlotte (Sandrine Kiberlain) and married man Simon (Vincent Macaigne) are having an affair. Charlotte’s carelessness fascinates the more cautious Simon. They both agree to a relationship with no commitments but as their meetings become more frequent, Simon’s colleague... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.20

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: OUR BROTHERS

    December 5th, 1986: thousands of students protest for higher education reforms. Two young men of North African origin, Abdel Benyahia and Malik Oussekine, are killed by police. When Chief Inspector Daniel Mattei is appointed to investigate, the police force and... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.30

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: TORI AND LOKITA

    Siblings Tori and Lokita (Pablo Schils and Joely Mbundu) have undertaken a perilous journey from Africa to Belgium; in dire financial straits, they sell drugs for a petty crook to pay off a debt to the smuggler who brought them... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.20

  • TRIANGLE OF SADNESS

    In 2017, Ruben Östlund won the Palme d’Or for The Square, a caustic evisceration of the art world; this year he was awarded the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize for a second time with Triangle of Sadness, in which his satirical arrows are targeted at... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.15

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