Accused of a crime he didn’t commit, Coleman Sharkey (Dónall Ó Héalai) has to abandon his family and flee to a remote island. When the famine engulfs his community and takes his wife and child, he is left with nothing but a solitary life.
The Tibetan plateau in the 1980s. No more condoms. No more children allowed. No easy answers. A lyrical and beguiling film from one of the world’s finest directors.
A homage to one of the most influential bands on the American East Coast, which inspired the rock scene, including Nirvana and Sonic Youth, in the 1990s.
Marking the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, the greatest exhibition ever held of his works took place in Rome and Exhibition on Screen was granted exclusive access to this once-in-a-lifetime show.
In the land of the Empire of Zol a deadly disease known as ‘Black Wolf Fever’ has returned after many years in hibernation.
The first of three collaborations between director Joseph Losey and writer Harold Pinter, The Servant returns to screens in a stunning new 4K restoration.
Joel Coen dazzlingly adapts this Scottish play for the screen with Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington mesmeric as the couple whose political ambitions proved their fatal downfall.
Acclaimed director Todd Haynes explores how The Velvet Underground created a new sound that changed the world of music, cementing their place as one of the most influential bands in rock and roll.
QFT presents the debut Irish exhibition of TOKYO JAZZ JOINTS, an ongoing photographic project, created by photographer Philip Arneill and broadcaster James Catchpole, which since 2015 has documented a hidden, rapidly vanishing musical subculture.