Caleb Landry Jones's electrifying performance as the title character burns through the screen in Justin Kurzel’s disturbing, unsensational and utterly riveting dramatisation of events leading to the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre in Tasmania.
Based on the acclaimed story, "Foster" by Claire Keegan, The Quiet Girl is a complex and delicate coming-of-age drama that explores questions of family, neglect and loss through the eyes of its young protagonist.
A look into the life of Laurent Garnier, one of the godfathers of house music, from his emergence on the music scene in the 80's to now. The story of a music revolution through the eyes of a pioneer.
Once again we are delighted to host this programme of short films in competition for Best Short Irish Documentary. Selected from festival submissions, the films cover a range of themes from mental health and the diversification of identity in Northern Ireland, to matchmaking farmers in County Clare. The films are made by a mix of both early career and established filmmakers. The programme will be accompanied by a post-screening filmmaker Q&A.
Fragments of hundreds of films from around the world bring together an ensemble cast of actors with one thing in common: each is no longer alive. Together, they contend with a fragile existence lived solely through these traces of their work.
The House of Migrants in Gao, Mali, is a refuge at the southern edge of the Sahara desert. It welcomes those in transit towards Algeria in the north, or on their way back after a failed attempt to make it to Europe.