Based on actual events, it sees French couple Antoine (Denis Ménochet) and Olga (Marina Foïs) living a bucolic existence, farming and marketing their produce.
When the geriatric ward in a small Yorkshire hospital is threatened with closure, the hospital decides to fight by inviting a news crew to film their preparations for a concert in honour of the hospital’s most distinguished nurse. Includes tea/coffee
Paul Mescal and Melissa Barrera light up the screen in Benjamin Millepied’s modern-day reimagining of the beloved opera, featuring a new music score by Nicholas Britell
A fun-filled musical extravaganza to get your in the festive mood from 1954.
New York City, 1980, Paul is a middle-class Jewish-American boy who dreams of being an artist, much to the disapproval of his strict parents Esther and Irving.
See Afire at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, from Sun 17 to Wed 20 Sept. Four young people come together in a house by the Baltic sea surrounded by a dry forest. As trees begin to ignite, so too, do their passions. Tickets www.triskelartscentre.ie
Taking as its inspiration Robert Bressons’s Au Hasard Balthazar (1966), though it is by no means a simple retelling, the latest film from Jerzy Skolimowski follows the trials and tribulations of a donkey moving from owner to owner.
When the right person comes along, anything can happen. A romantic tale of a second chance at love and the power of redemption.
Already at the top of her game renowned conductor/composer Lydia Tár (Cate Blanchett) is the first female principal music director of the Berlin Philharmonic. However there are forces at play which threaten to reveal hidden secrets.
See The Wandering Earth II at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, on Thu 21 Sept. Earth has become a spacefaring vessel and must contend with celestial dangers. Part of Cork Chinese Film Week, by the Confucius Intitute, UCC. Tickets www.triskelartscentre.ie