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Cinegael Montreal – Montreal, Canada

Now in its 23rd year, Ciné Gael Montréal organizes the largest annual Irish film series in North America. The series is held each Spring at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, with the collaboration of Concordia’s School of Irish Studies. Friday, Jan 23rd: Gold   …

Cinegael, Montreal, Canada

January - May Gold - 23rd January. Standby - 6th February. Song of the Sea - 21st February  Now it's 23rd year, Ciné Gael Montréal organizes the largest annual Irish film series in North America. The series is held each…

Circle of Friends

Pat O'Connor, 103 minutes, 1995

Set in an austere 1950s Ireland, Circle of Friends is the empowering story of three young women fighting to have decent lives in a difficult country. Childhood friends Bernadette (Minnie Driver), Nan (Saffron Burrows), and Eve (Geraldine O’Rawe), escape the…

Circus Fantasticus

Janez Burger, 77 minutes, 2010

An Irish cinematic first, Circus Fantasticus is an Irish-Slovenian co-production, and one entirely devoid of dialogue at that. Make no mistake however, Janez Burger’s film is no throwback to the silent era à la The Artist. This is a portrait…


Ciarán Foy, 84 minutes, 2012

Potent in its combination of psychological horror and dark predictions of social collapse Citadel is one of a series of recent Irish low-budget horror films. Living in a dilapidated high-rise flat, Tommy (Aneurin Barnard) is forced to watch his pregnant…

Citizen Europe

Angeliki Aristomenopoulou
Andrea Apostolides, 70 minutes, 2019

This engaging compendium follows five young students as they embark on their transformative cross-border Erasmus journeys leaving the comfort of their homes (in France, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria and Ethiopia), overcoming their fears and adapting to new cultures (in Lithuania, Finland,…

Citizen Lane

Thaddeus O'Sullivan, 80 minutes, 2018

This docu-drama follows Hugh Lane's hard-fought venture to establish a public modern art gallery in Dublin in the early years of the 20th century - a time of political agitation and the forging of a new Irish cultural identity. Featuring…

City of Roses

Andrew Kavanagh, 10 minutes, 2016

One Halloween night a smouldering suitcase was pulled off a bonfire in Dublin, saving a true story of love, loss and hope.


Tristan Heanue, 13 minutes, 2019

A couple drive to the city to collect their teenage daughter from hospital. On the return journey everyone seems happy to avoid discussing her reason for being there. Awards: Rising Star Award, Irish Screen America 2019 Best Short Film, Disappear…


Garry Cooper, 5 minutes, 2019

An everyday scenario: two people sitting together, in an ordinary place completing their unremarkable, mundane tasks. But sometimes life is not so ordinary.


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