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Dates

14 Weeks
Mon 12 Sep - Mon 19 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Tickets

€9/8 (Season Ticket Available)

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Pavilion Theatre presents

Monday Night Cinema: Autumn/Winter 2022

14 Weeks of World-Class Film


Click here to purchase a Monday Night Cinema Autumn/Winter 2022 Season Ticket

Stories from around the world to sweep you off your feet every week - Monday Night Cinema is back from September to December 2022!

Coming up between 12 Sep and 19 Dec: The Good Boss, The Outfit, Hit the Road, Between Two Worlds, Nitram, Official Competition, A Chiara, Benediction, Rurangi, Everything Went Fine, Small Body, Decision to Leave, Anaïs in Love and Brian and Charles.

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The Good Boss

Mon 12 Sep, 5pm & 8pm

6 Wins including Best Film, Goya Awards 2022

Under increasing pressure, a Spanish company's proprietor (Javier Bardem) pulls out all the stops to address and resolve issues with his employees, crossing every imaginable line in the process.

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The Outfit

Mon 19 Sep, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

From the Academy Award-winning writer of The Imitation Game (Graham Moore) comes The Outfit, a gripping and masterful thriller, starring fellow Oscar winner Mark Rylance.

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Hit the Road

Mon 26 Sep, 5pm & 8pm

Best Film, BFI London Film Festival 2021

In this debut from Panah Panahi, gentle humour and vibrant music are deftly used to capture the dynamics, chaos and emotions of one family for whom a fateful road-trip will change their lives forever.

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Between Two Worlds

Mon 10 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ Irish Independent

Marianne (Juliette Binoche), a successful author, goes undercover to write an exposé on the low-paying working conditions of professional cleaners - finding herself growing closer and closer to her unsuspecting colleagues.

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Nitram

Mon 17 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

Best Actor, Cannes Film Festival 2021

A tense, compelling and unflinching film from Justin Kurzel (Macbeth) concerning a troubled young Tasmanian and his dark and violent path in life that ultimately results in the 1996 Port Arthur mass shooting.

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Official Competition

Mon 24 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ Time Out

Starring Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas, in this Spanish comedy a legacy-hungy millionaire decides on his 80th birthday to produce a film.

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A Chiara

Mon 31 Oct, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Guardian

Jonas Carpignano (A Ciambra) explores the true meaning of family in this gritty, neorealist drama set in Italy that tells the coming-of-age story of a teenage girl grappling with the sins of her father.

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Benediction

Mon 7 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Best Screenplay, Dublin International Film Festival 2021

A expertly crafted biopic about the life of war poet Siegfried Sassoon (played by Jack Lowden and Peter Capaldi during different stages of his life), who became a vocal critic of the British governments continuation of the war. 

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Rūrangi

Mon 14 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Audience Award, Frameline San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2020

Starring, produced and written by New Zealand’s gender diverse community, Rūrangi follows a transgender activist as he heads home to the isolated, conservative dairy town where no-one’s heard or seen from him since before he transitioned.

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Everything Went Fine

Mon 21 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

Palme d'Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2021

Two sisters are faced with a difficult decision when, following a stroke, their elderly father asks for help with his assisted suicide in this tender and understated drama from French director François Ozon.

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Small Body

Mon 28 Nov, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Irish Times

Set in north-eastern Italy, Laura Samani’s feature debut follows a grieving mother on an impossible journey to save the soul of her stillborn daughter. With its thoughtful tone, dark and enchanting atmosphere, and skilful pacing, Small Body feels like a Gothic fairy tale.

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Decision to Leave

Mon 5 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Best Director, Cannes Film Festival 2021

When a man falls to his death from a mountain, a detective finds himself entangled in a web of intrigue with the victim's beautiful and enigmatic wife at its centre. The latest from Korean master Park Chan-wook (Oldboy) is a suspense thriller to keep you guessing to the very end.

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Anaïs in Love

Mon 12 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

Caméra d'Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2021

In this sparkling and elegant romantic comedy from French director Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet, the free-spirited and giddily impulsive Anaïs careers from one lover to the next while trying to find some direction in her life.

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Brian and Charles

Mon 19 Dec, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

When a luckless inventor decides to build a robot for company, he gets more than he bargained for. Brian and Charles is a heartwarming, entertaining British comedy about friendship, family, finding love, and letting go.