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?!
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...
Goldstone [Australia], Thu 8 February -
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 -
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.
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.]