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Culture Cinema & Afternoon At The Movies Autumn 2018 Programme

Culture Cinema & Afternoon At The Movies Autumn 2018 Programme

Autumn 2018 Culture Cinema Programme

Culture Cinema night in association with Access Cinema, Dublin, takes place on the last Thursday of every month re-commencing on the 25th October. All screenings start at 8pm.
ACCESS CINEMA is the resource organisation for regional cultural cinema exhibition in Ireland giving local people an opportunity to see minority interest films. Listings are subject to change.
Admission for each screening is €5. BOX OFFICE 066 9478956.
Trogen, Appenzell, Schweiz, 10. Maerz 2016 - Die goettliche Ordnung, Standbild Film Szene 73.

Trogen, Appenzell, Schweiz, 10. Maerz 2016 – Die goettliche Ordnung, Standbild Film Szene 73.

The Divine Order (Die Göttliche OrdnungThursday 25th October 8pm

Director: Petra Volpe

CAST: Marie Leuenberger, Max Simonischeck, Marta Zoffoli, Nicholas Ofczarek, Sofia Helin

FILM INFO: 96 minutes, Switzerland, 2017, CLUB

 Housewife Nora lives with her husband, two sons and father-in-law, but if she wants to work she would require her husband’s permission. Fighting such an outmoded notion, Nora starts campaigning for women’s right to vote and becomes a hero as she overthrows the status quo.  The Divine Order has delighted audiences internationally and was Switzerland’s 2018 Oscar contender

“… a heartfelt and captivating film about regular people demanding their right to an equal voice.” – Grainne Humphreys, Festival Director, Audi Dublin International Film Festival 2018

“… a mainstream crowd-pleaser adept at inspiring and amusing in equal measure.” – Variety, Tribeca Film Festival 2017

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Apostasy Thursday 29th November 8pm

Director: Dan Kokotajlo

CAST: Siobhan Finneran, Molly Wright, Sacha Parkinson, Robert Emms, Steve Evets

FILM INFO:  95 minutes, UK, 2017, CLUB TBC

First-time director Dan Kokotajlo draws on his own experiences as a former Jehovah’s Witness to provide unique insight into this gripping story of a devoted mother and her two teenage daughters, who are each forced to decide which is more important: their religious beliefs or love of one’s family.

” … one of the year’s strongest British films. A beautifully balanced glimpse into the world of Jehovah’s Witnesses …” – The Hollywood Reporter“… a daring, devastating debut …”  – Variety

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61st BFI London Film Festival - Official Competition, First Feature Competition and Documentary Competition

61st BFI London Film Festival – Official Competition, First Feature Competition and Documentary Competition

Lean On Pete Thursday 13th December 8pm

Director: Andrew Haigh

CAST: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi, Travis Fimmel, Chloe Sevigny,

FILM INFO: 127 minutes, USA, United Kingdom, 2017, 15A

When 15-year old Charley takes a part-time summer job with a small-time horse-trainer, he develops a powerful bond with Lean on Pete, a racehorse on its last legs. Wanting to save the horse Charley flees with him on an American cross-country journey.

British director Andrew Haigh follows his hit 45 Years with this moving adaption of Willy Vlautin’s acclaimed novel.

★★★★ “… Haigh’s film is never less than heartfelt and affecting.” – The Guardian, Venice Film Festival 2017

 ★★★★ “… a rivetingly beautiful film …” – The Telegraph, Venice Film Festival 2017 

“… a small gem …  a quiet beauty in every respect …” – IndieWire

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Autumn 2018 Afternoon At The Movies Programme

Afternoon At The Movies in association with Access Cinema, Dublin, takes place on the first  Wednesday of every month re-commencing on the 7th November. All screenings start at 2pm.

ACCESS CINEMA is the resource organisation for regional cultural cinema exhibition in Ireland giving local people an opportunity to see minority interest films. Listings are subject to change.

Admission for each screening is €5. BOX OFFICE 066 9478956.

Michael Inside

Michael Inside  Wednesday 7th November 2pm

Dir. Frank Berry  Ireland, UK     2017       96 mins     Cert: TBC

Starring: Dafhyd Flynn, Lalor Roddy, Moe Dunford

Language: English

Having announced himself as a storyteller of rare sensitivity with his previous film I Used to Live Here, Frank Berry brings something of a documentarian’s rigour to the tale of Michael, a luckless 18-year-old who is misfortunate to be sent to prison.

Vulnerable and alone, Michael is taken under the wing of a score-settling older prisoner (a quietly unhinged performance by Moe Dunford).

With nary a hint of a soapbox and with deep humanity, Berry portrays a penal system that extends beyond the prison walls. – Cork Film Festival 2017

Winner – Best Irish Feature, Galway Film Fleadh, 2017

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Leave No Trace Wednesday 5th December 2pm

Director:  Debra Granik

Cast:   Thomasin McKenzie, Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard

FILM INFO: 109 mins, USA, 2018, PG

A self-sufficient father and daughter, live happily on the fringes of society.

Will, a war veteran suffering from PTSD, and teenager Tom, live in a vast park in Portland. When the authorities discover them social services intervene. Will quietly prepares for them to disappear but Tom is beginning to enjoy this world…..

Enthralling with touching performances from McKenzie and Foster.

Debra Granik’s follow-up to Winter’s Bone is delicate family drama at heart’ -Tara Brady, The Irish Times

‘a film that never overwhelms but it lingers, leaving its mark on the viewer.’ -Tim Grierson, ScreenDaily

 ‘A father and his 13 year-old daughter are living in a paradisiacal existence in a vast urban park in Portland Oregon when a small mistake derails their lives forever….Captivating’ -David Edelstein, Vulture

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