Pavilion Theatre Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire
AUTUMN WINTER 2013
MONDAY NIGHT CINEMA +
SPECIAL SCREENINGS BRAND NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART DIGITAL PROJECTOR AND 7 METRE WIDE SCREEN
OUSE H T R A CLASSIC IND EPE NDE NT
PAVILION BAR OPEN FROM 7PM
M O N D AY N I G H T C I N E M A
Monday Night Cinema has arrived at Pavilion Theatre… Come and see the finest films every Monday night in Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire. With a carefully selected variety of art house, independent and classic films you can sit back and enjoy great cinema as it was meant to be seen. As well as our Monday night offerings, we have a selection of special screenings and post-screening discussions dotted throughout the Autumn/Winter programme. Enjoy a more relaxed cinematic experience at Pavilion Theatre, drop by early and unwind in our bar which opens from 7pm and serves an array of wines, beers, spirits and minerals as well as sweets and snacks for the show. You can also book into one of the many fantastic local restaurants nearby. There are plenty of transport links and parking options close to the theatre. Visit www.paviliontheatre.ie for more details.
ALL SHOWS €7.50/6.50 FREE BOOKING ONLINE BOOKING: 01 231 2929 WWW.PAVILIONTHEATRE.IE
Populaire French / English Subtitles Can a terrible secretary become the fastest typist in the world? This witty, romantic and very French tribute to the 1950s is packed with humour and takes visual cues from vintage Hollywood glamour. A finely crafted first feature from Régis Roinsard.
Mon 9 Sept 8pm 12A Tickets €7.50/6.50
Shun Li and The Poet Italian / English Subtitles When Shun Li, a Chinese immigrant gets together with Slavic fisherman Bepi, a wave of prejudice grips the small Italian town of Chioggia. Directed by Andre Segre, this award-winning film is a truly poignant account of the destructive power of prejudice and friendship.
Mon 23 Sept 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
AT PA V I L I O N T H E AT R E
Much Ado About Nothing Young Love, Old Shakespeare, Brilliant Cinema. Joss Whedon delivers a thoroughly contemporary version of this original Shakespearian rom-com. Widely acclaimed, it’s the first great Bard of Avon movie since Baz Luhrmann was let loose on Romeo & Juliet. Much Ado is vintage Will with wit and wisdom.
Mon 30 Sept 8pm 12A Tickets €7.50/6.50
Kuma German/Turkish / English Subtitles Turkish film Kuma tells the troubled stories of Ayse and Fatma, two women of differing backgrounds who have wedded the same stately Viennese patriarch. When illness strikes, friendship develops between the two women. Directed by Umat Dag, this film has captivated audiences on the international film festival circuit.
Mon 7 Oct 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
Stories We Tell Actor-Director Sarah Polley’s first feature documentary is a beautifullystructured investigation into the history of her own family - in particular her mother, who died when Polley was eleven. Layering interviews with family and friends alongside archive footage and her father’s witty, revealing memoir, Polley builds up an enthralling collage of fact, hearsay and memory.
Mon 14 Oct 8pm 15A Tickets €7.50/6.50
Breathe In When a foreign exchange student arrives in a small upstate New York town, she challenges the dynamics of her host family’s relationships and alters their lives forever. Breathe In is a powerful awardwinning drama directed by young US director Drake Doremus; starring Guy Pearce, Felicity Jones and Amy Ryan.
Mon 21 Oct 8pm 15A Tickets €7.50/6.50
AUTUMN WINTER 2013
Come As You Are Dutch/French / English Subtitles An award-winning tale of friendship and humanity, Come as You Are is based on a true story of three disabled men who embark on a trip to Spain in order to lose their virginity at a “specialist” brothel. Director Geoffrey Enthoven leaves the crass gags behind and, according to Total Film, ‘treats his characters as people with empathy and good-natured humour’.
Mon 28 Oct 8pm 15A Tickets €7.50/6.50
The Deep Icelandic / English Subtitles Based on real life events, director Baltasar Kormákur’s account of an Icelandic fishing tragedy relates the story of Gulli, a man caught up in an extraordinary situation. How was he the only crew-member to survive the near-freezing Atlantic waters? Through recounting the fisherman’s simple actions, The Deep becomes a moving chronicle of the human spirit.
Mon 4 Nov 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
Frances Ha Frances Ha is Noah Baumbach’s brilliantly realised tale of an unsettled New York heroine negotiating clingy friendships, identity crises and a stuckin-idle lifestyle. Baumbach’s facility for poignant comedy is seen to full effect, as is lead actress Greta Gerwig’s screwball timing. It’s a movie that thinks and laughs. New York Cinema at its best!
Mon 11 Nov 8pm 15A Tickets €7.50/6.50
Wadjda Arabic / English Subtitles An enterprising Saudi girl signs up for her school’s Koran recitation competition as a way to raise the remaining funds she needs in order to buy the green bicycle that has captured her interest. This is the first feature length film by a female director in Saudi. Dir. by Haiffa Al Mansour.
Mon 25 Nov 8pm PG Tickets €7.50/6.50
MONDAY NIGHT C I N E M A
The Great Beauty Italian Language / English Subtitles
This dark comedy tells the tale of Jep Gambardella, 65, a disenchanted writer, who watches an Italian parade of shallow, powerful yet depressed humanity and bitterly recollects his lost youth. Dir. Paolo Sorrentino.
Mon 2 Dec 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
What Maisie Knew Little Maisie is caught in the middle of her rich Manhattanite parents’ bitter custody battle. An adaptation of the Henry James’ novel, this comic drama stars Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan. Dir. Scott McGehee & David Siegel.
Mon 9 Dec 8pm 15A Tickets €7.50/6.50
The Artist and The Model Spanish/French / English Subtitles An octogenarian artist is in a slump. Into his life steps a young model who motivates him to go on his last artistic and sensual adventure. This luminous film is filled with a sense of beauty and nostalgia. Dir. Fernando Trueba
Mon 16 Dec 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
Twelfth Night Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, Twelfth Night is a moving comedy of loss and misplaced love and includes some of the most exquisite songs Shakespeare ever wrote. The all-male Original Practices production, exploring clothing,music, dance and settings possible in the Globe around 1601, stars award-winning Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry.
Sat 28 Sept 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
When the Dragon Swallowed the Sun A powerful portrait of the Tibetan movement, this remarkable work blends art, music and stunning visuals - with an original soundtrack by Damien Rice, Thom Yorke and Philip Glass.
Fri 27 Sep 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
Springsteen & I Springsteen & I is a film created for the fans by the fans. The film includes Springsteen’s most loved songs and unseen legendary performances from throughout his career.
Fri 4 Oct 8pm PG Tickets €7.50/6.50
Skin In The Game Is our recession an artistic inspiration? Donald Taylor Black of IADT shows how to handle the recession/financial crisis by examining it through the eyes of Irish artists who are referencing it in their work. We have post–show discussion following the screening with Christy Moore, Donald Taylor Black and Gerard Dawe.
Wed 9 Oct 8pm Tickets €7.50/6.50
It’s A Wonderful Life Frank Capra’s Christmas favourite is a bona-fide Hollywood classic, featuring magical storytelling and an iconic performance from James Stewart as George Bailey.
Sun 22 Dec 4pm G Tickets €7.50/6.50
ALL SHOWS €7.50/6.50 FREE BOOKING ONLINE BOOKING: 01 231 2929 WWW.PAVILIONTHEATRE.IE Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin