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Linenhall Film Club continues its Spring 2019 programme with Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender, humorous and moving Japanese drama Shoplifters, screening on Tuesday March 26 at 8pm.
Linenhall Film Club continues its Spring 2019 programme with a very special screening of funny and heartwarming Irish documentary, The Man Who Wanted to Fly, on Tuesday March 12 at 8pm, with a Post-Screening Q&A with the film’s director Frank Shouldice.
Linenhall Film Club commences its Spring 2019 programme with the hilarious French comedy C’est La Vie! on Tuesday, January 15 at 8pm.
The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar has announced its Spring 2019 programme with a line-up of exciting shows and performances to suit everyone.
Linenhall Film Club continues its spring 2018 season with the strikingly original magical realist film I Am Not a Witch on Tuesday, April 17 at 8pm.
Linenhall Film Club continues its 2018 season with director Maysaloun Hamoud’s terrific debut feature In Between on Tuesday, January 23, at 8pm. This critically acclaimed film follows the lives of three strong, independent minded Israeli-Palestinian women sharing an apartment in Tel Aviv.
Linenhall Film Club brings its autumn 2016 season to a glorious finale with a screening of the superb Turkish film Mustang on Tuesday next, December 6, at 8pm. Beautifully shot, with stunning performances, the Oscar-nominated Mustang is both a rousing tale of spirited youth and a powerful, moving, and timely work of social cinema.
The Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar continues its autumn world cinema season with tour-de-force French thriller Dheepan on Tuesday October 11 at 8pm.
Linenhall Film Club will screen the Finnish/Icelandic comedy The Grump on Tuesday April 12 at 8pm.
Linenhall Film Club continues its spring 2016 season with moving and magical Japanese drama Uzumasa Limelight on Tuesday March 15 at 8pm. The film is poignant, nostalgic, portrait of the men behind the golden age of chanbara (Japanese sword-fighting dramas and films). Uzumasa Limelight goes behind the scenes of the distinctive film genre for which Japan is famous.