2 November // Irish Screen America // Float Like a Butterfly + Q&A with director Carmel Winters // Ahrya Fine Arts by Laemmle // Los Angeles, USA
4-10 November // Irish Film Festival // I, Dolours, Lomax in Éireann, The... Read More
The screening on Wednesday 13th will be followed by a wine reception.
18th century France: Marianne (Noémie Merlant) travels to an island in Brittany having been commissioned by an Italian countess (Valeria Golino) to make a portrait of her daughter... Read More
L’Envol, an urban shelter for homeless women in northernFrance, offers a warm shower, a hot meal, a little camaraderie and some career guidance. Threatened with closure by local government, the workers have three months to find an alternative for the... Read More
The screening on Thursday 14th will be followed by a Q+A with Cédric Klapisch.
30-somethings Rémy (François Civil) and Mélanie (Ana Girardot) both live alone in Paris. They take the same Métro, shop in the same grocery store, and go... Read More
Victor (Daniel Auteuil), a disillusioned sexagenarian, watches helplessly as his marriage falls apart. When Antoine (Guillaume Canet), a rising entrepreneur and family friend offers him the chance to use a new service that will allow him to get transported back... Read More
Muriel (Catherine Deneuve) is overjoyed that her grandson Alex (Kasey Mottet Klein) will stay on her farm and riding school in the Pyrenees for a few days before he travels to Canada. Concerned by his curious behaviour, she discovers that... Read More
It’s Christmas in Roubaix, a crime-ridden town in France, where the local police force is kept occupied by a string of crimes from petty fights to rape. When an old woman is found murdered in her bed, it leads to... Read More
This film is F-rated.
Lullaby centres around Myriam (Leïla Bekhti), a lawyer and mother of two young children, who decides to return to work despite her husband’s (Antoine Reinartz) reservations. After an extensive search, the couple find the perfect nanny,... Read More
Juste (Thimotée Robart) wakes up at night in a park. He wanders the streets of Paris until morning like he is invisible. Only one man, who collects people’s last memories before guiding them to an afterlife, is able to see... Read More
A BUMP ALONG THE WAY
DARK LIES THE ISLAND
LAND WITHOUT GOD
THE DAY SHALL COME
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