Carrick Film Society

Carrick Film Society and Carrick Cineplex are delighted to present a new season of Art-house, World & Classic Film, Autumn/Winter 2017

Join us every Thursday for screenings starting at 8.30pm from 28th September

No membership required  – all are welcome to attend.

Why not arrive early and enjoy a glass of wine, gourmet coffee or Maud’s Ice Cream in the comfortable surrounds of Cafe Paradiso before showtime.

 

**SCHEDULE**

 

26th October: The Salesman

Dir: Asghar Farhadi / Iran / 2hrs

This film tells the story of a sexual assault that exposes the emotion seething beneath the surface of Iranian bourgeoisie. This domestic drama from the director of A Separation lays the symbolism on with a trowel- but it works. “The Salesman” is a well-crafted, valuable drama.

TICKETS:  https://www.onlinecinematickets.com/index.php?s=CARRICKCP&p=details&eventCode=30561

 

2nd November: The Handmaiden

Dir: Park Chan-Wook / Korea / 2hrs 47mins Transposed to 1930s era Korea and Japan “The Handmaiden” presents a gripping and sensual story of a young Japanese lady living in a secluded estate and a Korean woman who is hired to serve as her new handmaiden, but who is secretly involved in a con-man’s  plot  defraud her of her large inheritance.

TICKETS: https://www.onlinecinematickets.com/index.php?s=CARRICKCP&p=details&eventCode=28104

 

9th November: I Am Not Your Negro

Dir: Raoul Peck / USA / 1hr 35mins

Raoul Peck’s outstanding, Oscar nominated documentary is about the African American activist and author James Baldwin. Peck dramatises Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript Remember This House, his personal memoir of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr and civil rights activist Medgar Evers.

 

16th November: A Man Called Ove

Dir: Hannes Holm / Sweden / 1hr 56mins

“A Man Called Ove” is a touching portrait of a grumpy, widowed 59 year old Swede with a heart of gold underneath his curt bad manners. Ove has given up on life. Enter a boisterous young family next door who accidently flattens his mail box while moving in and earns his special brand of ire

 

23rd November: Maudie

Dir: Aisling Walsh / Ireland/Canada / 1hr 56mins “Maudie”, based on a true story is an unlikely romance in which the reclusive Everett (Ethan Hawke) hires a fragile yet determined woman named Maudie (Sally Hawkins) to be his house-keeper. Maudie, bright eyed but hunched with crippled hands yearns to be independent.

 

30th November: Daughters of the Dust

Dir: Julie Dash / USA / 1hr 48mins

“Daughters of the Dust” is a film of spellbinding visual beauty about the Gullah people living on the Sea Islands off the South Carolina-Georgia coast at the beginning of the 20th Century. More than any other group of Americans descended from West Africans, the Gullahs through their isolation were able to maintain African customs and rituals.

 

7th December: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Dir: Milôs Forman / USA / 2hrs 24mins

Based on Ken Kesey’s novel, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” features a mesmerising performance by Jack Nicholson as Mac Murphy, the subversive wild man and incorrigible trouble maker sent down for statutory rape whose unstable behaviour gets him a transfer to what he thinks will be the cushy option of the mental institution.

**Tickets €8.60 / concessions also available **

 

 


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