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Sound! Festival Opening Concert – Donegal Chamber Orchestra present Music & Movies

A Night of Music & Movies in An Grianán Theatrewith Donegal Chamber Orchestra and special guests To open the new Sound! Festival, the Donegal Chamber Orchestra present a concert of well-known classical music featured on the soundtracks of iconic films, alongside a selection of popular movie music, joined by guests on piano and percussion, with local …

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FILM SCREENING: An Cailin Cuin

Nine-year-old Cáit (Catherine Clinch) is sent by her dysfunctional family to spend the summer with an Aunt and Uncle she has never met before. Through the tender care of her aunt Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley) Cáit finally feels loved and safe. Despite himself, her uncle Sean (Andrew Bennett) forges a bond and for the first time, …

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Dream Baby Dream: Premiere of films by Laura Quirke, Bob Gallagher & Charlie Joe Doherty

In 2022, Regional Cultural Centre and Leagues O’Toole (Foggy Notions) curated and commissioned three exciting filmmakers to collaborate with leading Ireland-based musicians to create new film works. These beautiful and sometimes challenging new works will premiere at the RCC on Saturday 4th March, 2023. Admission is free but registration essential. Devotion Directed by Laura Quirke …

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Look! Film Club Presents – Blue Jean

England, 1988. New education laws from Thatcher’s government threaten to further stigmatise homosexuality. Jean, recently divorced, is now in a happy relationship with her girlfriend Viv. Jean works as a PE teacher in a secondary school, but there she keeps her sexuality a secret. However, everything changes for her after she’s spotted by a student …

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Look! Film Club Presents – EO

EO, a grey donkey with melancholic eyes and a curious spirit, begins his life as a circus performer before escaping on a trek across the Polish and Italian countryside. During his travels, he encounters an eclectic cast of characters, including a countess, a young Italian priest and a riotous Polish football team. EO’s journey speaks …

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Look! Film Club Presents – All the Beauty and the Bloodshed

Laura Poitras’ Golden Lion winning documentary chronicles the life and work of artist Nan Goldin. Since the 1970s, Goldin has been an acclaimed photographer of NYC’s LGBT and new-wave communities. Following her own battles with addiction, she has devoted recent decades to activism – in particular efforts to address America’s opioid crisis. The film follows …

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Look! Film Club Presents – Tár

Composer and conductor Lydia Tár (Cate Blanchett) is a classical music superstar. Her acclaimed run as chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic is about to reach its crescendo with a performance of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. But Tár also has a history of abusing her power. As investigations into Tár’s past behaviour begin, her professional and …

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RCC Lecture Series: ‘SHED: The Philosophy of Space’ & ‘Lucian Freud, Peregrines and a Bit of John Lennon’

RCC Art Lecturer-in-Residence Christina Mullan will deliver two illustrated lectures: 1. SHED: The Philosophy of Space‘There are rafters holding it up. Aligned with a procession of trusses it is as exalted and serene as any cathedral. Sheets of ply on top to seal. Where the scaffold stabilises, the insulation of the torched felt – the …

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