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Turn on your radio to Newstalk between 6 and 7pm Saturday to hear Ann FitzGerald chat about Cork Cine Club. Who can resist movie news and gossip?!

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Our very own Ann FitzGerald will be interviewed on Newstalk radio's 'The Picture Show' tomorrow [Sat 17 Feb] between 6 and 7pm. Tune in to hear our fearless film leader chat with presenter Philip Molloy.

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The author of this New York Times article says that 'the real star' of the film 'Call Me by Your Name' [Thu 12 April] is his hometown of Crema, Italy. He writes, '[Director] Mr. Guadagnino discovered a dreamlike quality in my hometown — in the cobbled squares, the narrow alleys, the stunning summer light, the unexpected shade. And in the surrounding countryside: the winding lanes, the spring water, the deep green of the old trees and the luscious gardens of the mansions, rich in charm and poor in maintenance. And the young women swaying on their bicycles, fading into the horizon.' We're dreaming...

The charm of Crema, where “Call Me by Your Name” was filmed, is not in monuments but in its winding lanes, conversation, ripe fruit and lust for life.

‘Goldstone’, the Oz outback dust bowl where all is not what it seems. Intriguing and engaging fare. Another full house and no turn aways TG.
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Another first for Cork Cineclub: member Geraldine Gosnell with our first canine friend- being Puppy Trained in the hope she’ll become a BFF for a lucky autistic child. 🐕🐕🐕

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Season 18 well underway with ‘Félicité’ on Thursday. This week it’s the Australian outback, film noir thriller ‘Goldstone’.

Goldstone [Australia], Thu 8 February -

Rugged, Indigenous Australian detective Jay Swan is arrested for drunk-driving by rookie local policeman Josh on the desolate road into the mining town of Goldstone. Jay is investigating the disappearance of a Chinese migrant worker, and while Josh is initially reluctant to help on the case, when it...

This week's film: FÉLICITÉ [France, Senegal], Thu 1 February -

A heroic central performance from the Congolese actress Véro Tshanda Beya Mputu is reason alone to see this gripping drama.

Packed house to overflow for our Season opener, the hugely regarded ‘The Florida Project’.
For those who became Season ticket holders, please take your seats early next Thursday- ‘Felicité’ gets a nod from the Observer as amongst the best foreign language films of 2017.

Season 18 begins with The Florida Project [USA] on Thu 25 January -

Dear Member, Season 18 starts on 25 January and runs until 19 April, with a break for half term and Easter, so no films on 22 February, 29 March or 5 April. Put these dates in your diary now!   We will have season tickets for sale on opening night, for 10 films at €60 full and €45 conces...

Just one week before opening of Season 18 with the marvellous 'Florida Project'. see you at St John's for 8pm Thursday 25th.

Five stars from The Guardian for our season opener, The Florida Project. "A glorious film in which warmth and compassion win out over miserabilism or irony." Thursday 25 January.

A young cast give brilliantly naturalistic performances in this glorious story about a bunch of deprived kids living near Walt Disney World

Thanks, TheCork Dot Ie, for highlighting our 18th season which begins on Thursday 25 January. [Please note, however, that we're showing 10 films this season, not 18.]

12 January 2018 By Elaine Murphy Films Shown on Thursday Nights in St. John’s Central College CORK CINE CLUB offers authentic and original armchair travel to ten countries around …

What do you think of our new colour scheme? Our Season 18 flyers are printed and soon will be distributed in Cork City. Here's a sneak preview.

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Cork CineClub updated their profile picture.
January 8
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