CIFF2021 is well underway, why not check out what’s on tomorrow and some highlights for the week ahead at the Festival?corkfilmfest.org.Tickets on sale via myCIFF app and
A cine concert is often the pinnacle of any film festival schedule, a grand occasion combining the stunning imagery of a classic film with the all-enveloping feeling of a live music event. Combined with Irene Buckley and Linda Buckley’s new score, performed by percussion ensemble Bangers and Crash, and screened – with interval refreshments – in the magnificent Everyman Theatre, this special presentation of Metropolis, Fritz Lang’s genre-defining work of science fiction, will be a night to remember.
Told in one continuous 90-minute shot, and featuring the exceptional Stephen Graham in the lead role, Philip Barantini’s adrenalin-fuelled Boiling Point is a headlong dive into the intense world of high-class dining. Philip Barantini will join us for a post-screening Q&A. Film & Supper Offer: Enjoy a 3 course supper + glass of wine in the Grill Room at The River Lee Hotel 6.30pm – 8pm, ahead of the screening of Boiling Point + Q&Aat 8:30pm, Gate Cinema. Tickets €50 and must be booked by 10am, Monday, 8th November.
Foscadh, the first feature from Seán Breathnach is Ireland’s official entry to the 2022 Oscars®. The film is a breathtakingly cinematic rural drama set in the beautiful Connemara mountains. Followed by a Q&A with director Seán Breathnach and producer Paddy Hayes.
Monday, 8th November, 8:30pm, Triskel
International Shorts 2: Offers a selection of the finest international short film talent. These short films deal with finding that comfort zone in life’s great swirl of uncertainty. All films eligible for Grand Prix International Short Award. Image: Fading Snow
Monday, 8th November, 3:45pm, The Gate Cinema