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Under the Clock

Under the Clock

Sun 20 Jan, 2pm

Using Clerys clock as the initial focal point this charming Irish Documentary, by the team who brought you Older than Ireland, examines dating, sex and relationships in Ireland over the decades.

monday night cinema
Rosie

Rosie

Mon 21 Jan, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Herald
★★★★★ RTÉ

This new film from writer Roddy Doyle follows a family at risk of homelessness during the Irish housing crisis.

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Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival 2019

Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival 2019

Thu 31 Jan - Sun 3 Feb

Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival is back once more, bringing a selection of European subtitled films that invite you to see cinema in a whole new way. With a total of ten titles there’ll be something to suit all tastes.

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Unknown Soldier

Unknown Soldier

Thu 31 Jan, 7pm & Sun 3 Feb, 4.30pm

The Irish premiere of the biggest-ever selling Finnish film that has taken over €17m at the box office. An epic masterpiece in film-making set in the Finnish-Russian war.

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Styx

Styx

Fri 1 Feb, 6pm

A busy doctor plans to spend her annual vacation sailing across the Atlantic, but everything changes when she sees a damaged boat full of refugees nearby.

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A Horrible Woman

A Horrible Woman

Fri 1 Feb, 8pm

This is a beautifully crafted film about how love works and what happens when it all breaks down — full of wit and insight on modern relationships and brilliantly anchored by Amanda Collin.

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At War

At War

Sat 2 Feb, 12pm & Sun 3 Feb, 12pm

This is a forceful, timely and extremely provocative film which charts the human cost of a group of workers trying to keep their jobs in the face of modern capitalism.

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The Trouble With You

The Trouble With You

Sat 2 Feb, 2.30pm & Sun 3 Feb, 2.15pm

A terrific screwball crime comedy with a sparkling central performance from former French Shooting Star, Adèle Aenelle and an excellent cameo from Audrey Tatou.

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Faces Places

Faces Places

Sat 2 Feb, 4.45pm

Please note: Faces Places has replaced the previously scheduled screening of All Good.

Filmmaker Agnès Varda and photographer JR join forces in this Oscar-nominated doc.

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Coach

Coach

Sat 2 Feb, 6.45pm

Directed by and starring Danila Kozlovsky, Coach tells the remarkable story of a Russian national team football player who seeks redemption after a very public humiliation. Touching and beautifully acted.

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The Realm

The Realm

Sat 2 Feb, 9.20pm

In a film fizzing with fire and energy, The Realm is a political thriller which brilliantly examines how far a person is willing to go in order to hold on to power.

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C’est la vie!

C’est la vie!

Sun 3 Feb, 8pm

The dynamic duo behind the smash hit The Intouchables re-unite for this delicious deadpan comedy set around a wedding on the brink of erupting into an utter nightmare.

monday night cinema
1945

1945

Mon 4 Feb, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ RTE

A sharp drama of suspicion and intrigue set in the immediate aftermath of WWII, when two strange Jews arrive in a Hungarian village wracked with guilt and shame.

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Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Sun 10 Feb, 2pm

More than 30 years after the gentlefolk of the Hundred Acre Wood were last paid a visit on the big screen, Disney returns to see what they’ve been getting up to. Winnie the Pooh’s still craving “hunny”.

monday night cinema
The Wild Pear Tree

The Wild Pear Tree

Mon 18 Feb, 4pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian

Returning home from college to his Turkish village, aspiring writer Sinan discovers that his father has a gambling addiction that has brought the family to the brink of financial ruin.