Take a look at the archive of CCI events since 2002

This archive of our past events will give you a feel for the creativity of contemporary Ireland and it practitioners. You can insert specific names or titles into the Search box (inverted commas around titles of more than one word).

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Room

Films

Room

An extraordinary story centred around Jack, a spirited 5-year-old, who is looked after by his devoted mother in a confined space that Ma has euphemistically named ‘Room’… until they enact a risky plan to escape.

27 Apr 2017 , No reservations, tickets on sale at cinema. €10/ €8 unemployed and seniors)/ €7 students ; cartes illimitées acceptées

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St Patrick's Festival CinéCCI : Patrick’s Day

Films

CinéCCI : Patrick’s Day

Love is madness. When Patrick, a young man with mental health issues, becomes intimate with a suicidal flight attendant, his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to separate them.

14 Mar 2017 , €8,50 (€7,50 students, unemployed and seniors); books of 5 or 10 tickets.

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The Country Girls

Films

The Country Girls

Edna O’Brien’s famous rite-of-passage story is brilliantly adapted for the screen by director Desmond Davis who succeeds in presenting each little act of rebellion and stolen moment of innocent passion as something exhilaratingly new.

21 Feb 2017 , admission free

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Thanks to your Noble Shadow

Films

Thanks to your Noble Shadow

A fascinating documentary about one of Ireland’s last missionary nuns who lived and taught in Japan for 75 years before returning home.

17 Jan 2017 , admission free

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The Dead (Gens de Dublin)

Films

The Dead (Gens de Dublin)

Based on the eponymous book by James Joyce, this film takes place in turn-of-the-century Dublin, at an epiphany feast vibrant with food and spirit.

6 Jan 2017 , entrée libre

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1916 After ‘16

1916

After ‘16

Capturing the turmoil and aftermath of the Easter Rising, these nine short films were commissioned by the Irish Film Board to commemorate 1916. Young Irish film talent at its best.

25 Oct 2016 , admission free

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CinéCCI <em>Sing Street</em>

Films

CinéCCI Sing Street

1980’s Dublin. Boy meets girl, girl unimpressed, boy starts band! A feel-good musical preceded by the Oscar-winning short film ‘Stutterer’

26 Sep 2016 , €8,50 (€7,50 for students, unemployed and seniors); books of 5 or 10 tickets.

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1916 Paris, capitale de la culture irlandaise

1916

Paris, capitale de la culture irlandaise

Open to all, this conference explores the influence of Paris on the evolution of Irish political and cultural thought up to the 1916 Rising and the birth of the Irish Free State. It closes with a screening of the landmark documentary ‘1916’ shown on RTE television.

17 Sep 2016 , admission free

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You’re Ugly Too

Films

You’re Ugly Too

With director Mark Noonan
A touching film about dealing with life after a mother’s death

3 May 2016 , 7.30pm, €8,50 (€7,50 for students, unemployed and seniors); books of 5 or 10 tickets. No reservations, tickets on sale at cinema

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