MONDAY NIGHT C I N E M A
Sicilian / Italian / English Subtitles A hitman for the Sicilian Mafia, Salvo is solitary, cold and ruthless. During a hit, he discovers Rita, a young blind girl who powerlessly stands by while her brother is assassinated. Then something impossible happens and Salvo spares her life. Haunted by the world they belong to, they are linked together forever.
Mon 7 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
Spanish / English Subtitles
After his wife’s death, Roberto and daughter Alejandra move to Mexico City where they hope to start a new life. When a drunken sexual experience gets recorded, Alejandra becomes the victim of vicious bullying. Cannes Winner Michel Franco directs this searing story firmly establishing him as a major talent. Winner - Best Director, Un Certain Regard, Cannes Film Festival 2012
Mon 14 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
Inside Llewyn Davis English
A Coen Brothers film, following a week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) is at a crossroads. Guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, he is struggling to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Mon 28 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
SPECIAL SCREENINGS Shakespeare’s Globe On Screen
Taming of The Shrew English
Two wealthy sisters in Padua must be married off. Modest, demure Bianca has no shortage of suitors, but who will take the wild, ungovernable, ‘shrewish’ Katherina? Perhaps the gold-digging Petruchio, as maddeningly strongwilled as Katherina herself?
Sat 1 Feb 7.30pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
My Neighbour Totoro English (dubbed from Japanese)
When two young sisters move to the country to be near their ailing mother, they discover the nearby forest is inhabited by magical creatures called Totoros who take them on magical adventures!
Sat 8 Mar 3pm Age 6+ G €5
Mistaken For Strangers
The National - Documentary Film
In 2010 critically acclaimed US band The National embarked on their biggest tour to date. Lead singer Matt Berninger invited his younger brother Tom along, resulting in this mischievous portrait of the band with live footage and interviews.
Thu 3 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
English (dubbed from Japanese) Moon Man is bored stiff, just sitting there, on the moon.Then one night, a shooting star whizzes through outer space. Grabbing it by the tail, Moon Man hitches a ride to Earth. Based on the children’s book Moon Man by Tomi Ungerer.
Sun 13 Apr 3pm Age 6+ G €5
Ernest & Celestine
Pavilion Theatre Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire
MONDAY NIGHT CINEMA +
SPECIAL SCREENINGS STATE-OF-THE-ART DIGITAL PROJECTOR AND 7 METRE WIDE SCREEN
French / English Subtitles. An experienced reader will read subtitles aloud and bring the characters to life. An exclusive screening of this delightfully oldfashioned animation. Director Benjamin Renner creates an exceptional film that brings life to Gabrielle Vincent’s enchanting characters and her beautifully drawn animal world.
Sat 26 Apr 3pm Age 6+ G €5
CINEMA €7.50/6.50 CHILDREN’S CINEMA €5
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SPRING SEASON 2014
German / English Subtitles
Spanish / English Subtitles
German filmmaker von Trotta tells the dramatic story of Hannah Arendt - one of the great thinkers of the 20th Century. Using real-life footage, this biopic hones in on Arendt’s controversial reporting for the New Yorker, throughout the trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann and on what she coined as ‘the banality of evil.’ Official Selection at the Toronto International and New York Jewish Film Festivals.
Sebastion Lelio’s film is a tragic comedy of hope, despair and strength. Gloria is a free-spirited, 58-year old divorcée whose children have flown the nest. She rushes into a whirl of parties to curb her loneliness. This continuously leads to disappointment and emptiness until she meets Rodolfo, an ex-naval officer. From here the story unfolds against the backdrop of current political developments in Chile. Winner – Silver Bear Best Actress Award, Berlin Film Festival
Mon 3 Feb 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
Mon 3 Mar 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
The Selfish Giant
Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a middleaged couple celebrating their anniversary with a seemingly romantic getaway to Paris, in hopes of rekindling their relationship. They revisit the highs and lows of their relationship which lead to some painful truths.
A contemporary fable about 13-year old Arbor and his best friend Swifty. Difficult to control and excluded from school, Arbor clings with childlike obstinacy to Swifty, who gets pulled into a vicious circle of crime. Tensions build and soon both boys are faced with a tragedy that transforms them all.
Roger Mitchell’s bittersweet comedy is a ‘...beautifully executed, fearlessly truthful film’ Telegraph
Winner – Europa Cinemas Label, Cannes Film Festival 2013
Mon 13 Jan 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
Mon 10 Feb 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
Mon 17 Mar 8pm PG €7.50/6.50
Like Father, Like Son
The Broken Circle Breakdown
Blue is The Warmest Colour
Japanese / English Subtitles
★★★★★ The Guardian
Romanian / English Subtitles Child’s Pose is a riveting drama that centres on a mother’s obsessive affection for her son, and the repercussions of her actions when his well-being is placed in jeopardy. How far will a mother go to “save” her son? Will he play along? Child’s Pose is spellbinding as it navigates the waters of power, corruption and influence. Winner - Golden Bear, Berlinale
French / English Subtitles
Winner – Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival 2013.
Flemish / English Subtitles It’s love at first sight for Elise and Didier. They dive head-first into a sweeping romance and soon have a family of their own. But one day everything they know and love will be put on trial. An intensely moving portrait of love, propelled by a soundtrack of foot-stomping bluegrass. A smash-hit throughout Europe, this tearjerker has won numerous awards from Berlin and Tribeca.
This 2013 Palme d’Or winner is a strikingly uninhibited exploration of the messy, mesmerizing and turbulent nature of love. Abdellatif Kechiche controversial film focuses on the interlinked lives of Adèle and Emma. He gets under his characters’ skins and into their social reality making way for an intense love story full of overwhelming pleasure and desire.
Mon 20 Jan 8pm PG €7.50/6.50
Mon 17 Feb 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50
Mon 24 Mar 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
Short Term 12
Cate Blanchett is Jasmine, a blue-beyond-repair New Yorker struggling through a life crisis. Moving cross-country and down-market, Jasmine arrives in San Francisco to impose upon her estranged sister, in hopes of pulling her life back together.
Grace is a twenty-something supervisor at a foster-care facility for at-risk teenagers. Grace is passionate and dedicated to helping the kids, though still struggling with her own troubled past. She is pushed to the edge when she learns her life is about to change forever but discovers unexpected glimmers of hope along the way.
★★★★ The Times
‘...the strongest, most resonant movie Woody Allen has made’ ★★★★★ New York Times
Winner – Best Actress, Locarno International Film Festival 2013
Director Alexander Payne takes the helm for this black and white road trip drama starring Bruce Dern as a tempestuous Missouri father who’s convinced he’s won a million dollar magazine sweepstakes. Set across four American states, the film mirrors the moods of its exotic locations.
Mon 27 Jan 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
Mon 24 Feb 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50
Mon 31 Mar 8pm 12A €7.50/6.50
Hirokazu Koreeda’s heartfelt drama tells the tale of Ryota, a success-driven father pursuing a perfect life. Until it all crumbles when he learns that the son he has raised is not his son at all. This is a moving story about a man finally facing himself and questioning everything he has ever known.
★★★★ The Guardian