Sembène’s feature debut transforms a deceptively simple plot – a young Senegalese woman moves to France to work for a wealthy white couple and finds that life in their small apartment becomes a figurative and literal prison – into a... Read More
South Korean writer-director July Jung’s second feature, following A Girl at My Door (2014), is a powerful, brilliantly acted psychological drama inspired by real life events. Cheerful, dance-loving high school student Sohee (Kim Si-eun) starts an internship at a call... Read More
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Martin Scorsese’s latest epic recounts events surrounding the discovery of oil on lands owned by the Osage tribe in 1920s Oklahoma, a state newly formed. Ironically, the Osage had been granted this land because it proved largely unsuitable for practical... Read More
Talking Heads came to prominence in late-1970s New York when, together with acts like Television and Patti Smith, they were at the forefront of the city’s art-rock scene. Stop Making Sense, rereleased in 4K digital to mark its fortieth anniversary,... Read More
13-28 September 2023 // British & Irish Film Festival Luxembourg // A Greyhound of a Girl, The Miracle Club, Ballywalter, Sunlight, The Eternal Daughter, Breaking Out, The Ghost of Richard Harris, An Irish Goodbye, Movers and Shapers, Nothing to... Read More
Join History Ireland editor, Tommy Graham, for a lively and interactive discussion on how the Irish Civil War was depicted on film, both at the time (newsreels), and subsequently (Michael Collins & The Wind That Shakes The Barley) and how... Read More
A four-part filmed presentation of Staging The Treaty by ANU Productions – a live recording of the long-form theatre performance re-staging the Dáil Debates of (1921–1922) at the original location where they took place in Earlsfort Terrace. Based on adaptation of... Read More
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: THE TEAR AND THE SMILE
16.00, 18.10, 20.45
FLORA AND SON
STRANGE WAY OF LIFE
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