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Showing Film events from 29th Aug 2014 to 28th Sep 2014


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    31st Aug 2014 (Sun) from 11:00 - 13:00

    Irish Film Institute
    Celebrate the 100th anniversary o fTove Jannson’s birth and join us for this charming family film! More

  • Kerry Film Festival Silver Screening

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    3rd Sep 2014 (Wed) at 14:00

    Siamsa Tire Theatre and Arts Centre
    During the first Wednesday of each month Kerry Film Festival presents a matinee screening, giving the young and the young at heart an opportunity to experience a slice of quality cinema, while enjoying a slice of social and cultural life with a nice cup of tea! Tickets available from Siamsa Tire before the screening priced at only €3. More

  • Screening: ‘Quest For Fire’

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    3rd Sep 2014 (Wed) from 18:30 - 20:30

    Irish Film Institute
    In partnership with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, the IFI is pleased to present the 70mm screening of Jean-Jacques Annaud’s spectacular Quest for Fire. Selected by artist Nathaniel Mellors, this event takes place in conjunction with his exhibition, The Sophisticated Neanderthal Interview which opens at TBG+ S on September 4th. A fantasy sci-fi comedy set in the Neanderthal transition, Quest for Fire has an epic, unmistakably post-Space Odyssey aspect. Featuring an imaginary paleolithic language based on Inuit vocabulary and written by Anthony Burgess, the film employs an ancient setting as a lens for the present and is long overdue for reappraisal and critical acclaim. More

  • Workspace This is a free event

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    3rd Sep 2014 (Wed) - 19th Sep 2014 (Fri)

    The Source Arts Centre
    'Workspace', a film by Eamonn B. Shanahan will feature at the Source Arts Centre for a limited time only. The opening will mark the launch of the 'Workspace' national tour that will be officially opened by Irish Film Director and Academic Padraig Trehy. More

  • Workspace

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    4th Sep 2014 (Thu) - 25th Sep 2014 (Thu)

    Alliance Francaise de Cork
    'Workspace' will feature at Eamonn B Shanahan's first Solo Exhibition opening on September 4th 2014 at Alliance Francaise, Mary Street., Cork. Director of the Crawford Art Gallery, Peter Murray will officially open the event. More

  • Brooks Private Cinema Club - Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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    4th Sep 2014 (Thu) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Brooks Hotel
    Brooks Cinema Club offers the unique opportunity to see great movies in an intimate and luxurious surrounding. Our cinema seats 26 people and is the perfect setting to enjoy a great movie! Enjoy a movie, popcorn and S. Pellegrino drink for €14 per person or A movie, popcorn, S. Pellegrino drink and cocktail for €18 per person or A two course meal from our Table D'Hote menu with a movie, popcorn, S. Pellegrino drink for €31 per person This screening will take place at 8pm on Thursday September 4th To purchase tickets call 01 670 4000 or email marketing@brookshotel.ie Our full season line up can be viewed at: http://www.brookshotel.ie/Brooks_Cinema_Club.htm More

  • Calvary – 2014 – 100min – (15) - Drama

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    4th Sep 2014 (Thu) from 20:00 - 21:40

    Carnegie Arts Centre Kenmare
    After he is threatened during a confession, a good-natured priest must battle the dark forces closing in around him. Starring Brendon Gleeson. More

  • Boyhood

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    8th Sep 2014 (Mon) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Pavilion Theatre
    In 2002 director Richard Linklater cast a twelve year old boy, and over the next twelve years they made film history. Following the character of Mason, from his early schooldays in Austin until he enters college, this coming-of-age film describes life’s desires and anxieties, both great and small, as well as the needs and fears of an adolescent. More

  • The Book Thief

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    11th Sep 2014 (Thu) from 20:00 - 22:00

    The Carnegie Arts Centre Kenmare
    While subjected to the horrors of World War II Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. In the basement of her home, a Jewish refugee is being sheltered by her adoptive parents. More

  • The Rocket

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    16th Sep 2014 (Tue) from 20:00 - 21:45

    Linenhall Arts Centre
    A heart-warming coming-of-age tale set in Laos about a young boy seemingly dogged by bad luck, and the Rocket Festival that he sees as his chance to redeem himself. More

  • 20,000 Days on Earth

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    17th Sep 2014 (Wed) from 19:00 - 21:00

    Cork Opera House
    20,000 Days On Earth is a bold vision of one of music’s most mysterious and charismatic figures, the iconic Nick Cave. In their debut feature directors Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard fuse drama and documentary by weaving a cinematically staged day in Cave’s life with never-before-seen verité observation of his full creative cycle. The film delves into Cave’s artistic processes, unpicking the stuff that makes him tick. We meet those who have affected his life, personally and professionally, including hilarious moments shared with his regular collaborator, the multi-instrumentalist and epic beard-wearer Warren Ellis; actor and friend Ray Winstone; and Kylie Minogue, whom Cave duetted with on his mainstream hit single Where The Wild Roses Grow. These voices from the past revisit Cave in daydream-like scenes as he sits behind the wheel driving through his adopted hometown of Brighton, England. More

  • XXY (2007)

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    17th Sep 2014 (Wed) from 19:30 - 22:00

    Draiocht Blanchardstown
    First time Argentine director Lucia Puenzo, has crafted a passionate and poignant coming of age story with a difference. More

  • Brooks Private Cinema Club - Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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    18th Sep 2014 (Thu) from 18:00 - 22:00

    Brooks Hotel
    Join us every second Thursday at 8pm to watch some classic movies in the comfort of our private cinema. Sit back in our comfy leather seats while enjoying fresh popcorn, S. Pellegrino drinks and a movie. This screening will take place at 8pm on Thursday September 18th To purchase tickets call 01 670 4000 or email marketing@brookshotel.ie Our full season line up can be viewed at: http://www.brookshotel.ie/Brooks_Cinema_Club.htm More

  • This Is Not My Voice Speaking

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    19th Sep 2014 (Fri) - 28th Sep 2014 (Sun)

    Municipal Hall
    The audience, re-named One and Zero, enter a dark room and find it filled with devices: a turntable, a slide projector, a 16mm film. Digital tourists in an analogue arcade, One and Zero are led through this interactive installation by a guide that alternates between human voice, written manual and recordable media. This Is Not My Voice Speaking is a playful, hands-on theatre experience for two to four people at a time. By following a simple set of instructions, the audience collaborates with a series of machines – and each other – to perform the piece themselves. A hilarious and impossible relationship is attempted between the audienceperformer, digital technology and the human voice. In the pressing of a button or the dragging of a finger to slow a record, the audienceperformer will find themselves closer to the clumsiness and limitations of their own not-so-digital bodies. This Is Not My Voice Speaking considers the phenomenon of recorded voices and images and asks how our relationship to them is changing. More

  • A Story of Children and Film

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    20th Sep 2014 (Sat) from 14:00 - 15:06

    KFEC Amphitheatre
    Following The Story of Film: An Odyssey, filmmaker and critic Mark Cousins has created a companion piece full of his trademark passion and knowledge as he examines differing representations of children throughout the international history of cinema. Inspired by the reactions of his young niece and nephew to being filmed while visiting his flat, Cousins takes their changing moods as the starting points for a series of free associating digressions on children and film that use illustrative clips from a selection of 53 films from 25 countries, ranging from Spielberg’s E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial to 1970s Albanian film Tomka and His Friends. More

  • Salome & Wilde Salome

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    21st Sep 2014 (Sun) from 16:00 - 18:29

    Sgc Dungarvan Cinema
    ONE NIGHT ONLY - Salomé (78mins): the Oscar Wilde play is set in the time of Jesus and is the story of Salomé (Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain appearing in her first movie role), a princess whose stepfather, King Herod (Pacino), drunkenly promises whatever she desires if she performs the erotically charged "Dance of the Seven Veils" for him. Her demand for the head of John the Baptist - the only man whom Herod fears - leaves the king in a terrible position. - Wilde Salomé (95mins): the documentary (directed by Pacino) takes us on a journey that focuses on his fascination and obsession for Wilde's work after seeing the play performed in London with Stephen Berkoff in the role that Pacino would go on to fill. - Live Q&A with Al Pacino (45mins approx): The event will come to a conclusion with a live Q&A with the man himself from London's BFI Southbank, hosted by fellow acting legend and Wilde aficionado, Stephen Fry. More

  • Neville Gabie

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    21st Sep 2014 (Sun) from 17:30 - 18:30

    Carmelite Friary Centre
    Filmed over the course of one year, Afloat follows the construction of a St Ayles Skiff and a season’s racing. Neville Gabie’s practice is driven by working in response to specific locations or situations caught in a moment of change – highly urbanized or distantly remote. With a background in sculpture, he is interested in establishing a working relationship within a particular community as a means of considering its physical, cultural or emotional geography. Neville worked in partnership with the community in Achiltibuie to capture their story over two years. This is his first showing in Ireland. More

  • Living in a Coded Land

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    22nd Sep 2014 (Mon) from 20:00 - 21:10

    St. Multose Church
    Living in a Coded Land is a poetic and imaginative film essay which makes unexpected links between events and locations, history and contemporary life. The film revolves around the notion of a sense of place and stories associated with place, reflecting on the subterranean traces of the past in the present. It explores probing themes such as the impact of colonialism, emigration, the famine, land, housing and the place of art in society. Making extensive use of archive footage from RTÉ and the IFI, the film seeks to explore the more elusive layers of meaning that make up this country. More

  • Blood Rising

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    23rd Sep 2014 (Tue) from 20:00 - 22:00

    VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art & The George Bernard Shaw Theatre
    In 2011 Brian Maguire presented an exhibition of work at the galleries in VISUAL. An Oasis of Horror in a Desert of Boredom told stories from Mexico of women who had been violently murdered and the culture of violence that perpetuates these crimes. We revisit the work that Maguire has done in his campaign to bring this ongoing travesty to international attention in this screening of Blood Rising, a documentary film on Brian Maguire’s visits to Mexico and his meetings with the mothers of who have lost their daughters to terrible crimes. This film gives voice to these women. More

  • Calvary

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    23rd Sep 2014 (Tue) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Birr Theatre & Arts Centre
    Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson), a village priest in a coastal village in Ireland, is told in the confessional that one of his parishioners is going to kill him. The man was abused by a priest for five years as a child; that priest has died, but killing the innocent Fr James will be revenge for the other priests's abuse of an innocent boy. The man gives Fr James a week to settle his affairs. Since he is under the seal of confession and cannot go to the police, the good-humoured priest sets off himself to try to prevent his murderer from carrying out the deed. More


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