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Win a Monday Night Cinema Season Ticket! [COMPETITION CLOSED]

25 April 2017
Win a Monday Night Cinema Season Ticket! [COMPETITION CLOSED]
PLEASE NOTE THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Winners have been notified by email - thanks for all your entries!
 
In case you hadn't heard, Pavilion's Summer Season is just around the corner and we're very excited to begin our 13-week programme of Monday Night Cinema with Moonlight, this Mon 1 May at the usual times of 5pm and 8pm!
 
To celebrate, we're giving away not one but TWO Monday Night Cinema Season Tickets worth €65 to two very lucky winners. A Season Ticket means guaranteed access to each of the 13 unmissable films in our Summer programme, which includes Oscar winners, indie gems, Irish talent and much more besides. [COMPETITION NOW CLOSED].
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Here's the full list of films we'll be screening this Season - remember, a Season Ticket grants you access to all 13 at a time that suits you; 5pm or 8pm.
 
Moonlight (Mon 1 May, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Film & Best Supporting Actor, Oscars 2017.
A deeply affecting film about a young African-American man named Chiron growing up gay in 1980s Miami.
 
Neruda (Mon 8 May, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Foreign Language Film Nominee, Golden Globes 2017.
The thrilling true story behind Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda and his efforts to fight the establishment in Chile.
 
Loving (Mon 15 May, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Actress (Ruth Negga) Nominee, Oscars 2017.
Biopic dealing with the historic1967 US Supreme Court Case Loving v. Virginia, in which interracial couple Richard and Mildred Loving fought to have their marriage legalised.
 
Graduation (Mon 22 May, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Director (Cristian Mungiu), Cannes Film Festival 2016.
An elegant-but-gritty, richly crafted Romanian family drama about a father’s temptation to involve his daughter in moral compromise.
 
Lion (Mon 29 May, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Film Nominee, Best Supporting Actor (Dev Patel) Nominee & Best Supporting Actress (Nicole Kidman) Nominee, Oscars 2017. 
Based on the astonishing true story of Saroo Brierley, who lost his family on a train in India, became a street child, was adopted by an Australian family and decided to try and find his real home.
 
A Quiet Passion (Mon 5 Jun, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Film Nominee, London Film Festival. Cynthia Nixon starts in this striking account of the life of American poet Emily Dickenson.
 
The Salesman (Mon 12 Jun, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Foreign Language Film, Oscars 2017.
A sudden eruption of violence creates an atmosphere of simmering tension between a husband and wife, in this work of slow-burning domestic suspense from Academy Award–winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation).
 
Handsome Devil (Mon 19 Jun, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Irish Feature, Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards. 
In this funny and observant coming of age tale from Irish novelist and filmmaker John Butler, bullied outsider Ned and macho athlete Conor are forced to share a bedroom at their rugby-mad boarding school.
 
Frantz (Mon 26 Jun, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Film Nominee, London Film Festival.
Set in post-WWI German, Frantz centres on recently widowed Anna and her relationship to the mysterious Frenchman who appears at her husband's funeral, claiming to have known him.
 
Aquarius (Mon, 3 Jul, 5pm & 8pm)
Palme d'Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2016. 
To Clara, a widowed music critic who has resided here for nearly four decades, Aquarius is home; but to a slick property developer determined to transform the site into luxury flats it is an investment opportunity. The developers want Clara out, by fair means or foul, but she won’t budge.
 
The Sense of an Ending (Mon 10 Jul, 5pm & 8pm)
A business owner (Jim Broadbent) reunites with his first love (Charlotte Rampling) after a letter and a diary force him to confront the past in this adaptation of Julian Barnes's Booker-prize winning novel.
 
Tanna (Mon 17 Jul, 5pm & 8pm)
Best Foreign Language Film Nominee, Oscars 2017. 
Based on true events that took place in 1987, and featuring an impressive cast of non-professionals drawn from the communities whose history is being represented on screen, Tanna is a visually stunning and captivating tale of forbidden love set amongst the Yakel people, and the first feature film shot completely on Vanuatu (South Pacific).
 
Certain Women (Mon 24 Jul, 5pm & 8pm)
Adapting three short stories by Montana writer Maile Meloy, Kelly Reichardts’ quietly resonate film, explores the interconnected lives of four disparate Montana women. Expertly and delicately plotted, Certain Women captures subtly transformative periods in each of their lives.
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