GOING ON SCREEN: ONCE IS BACK
is to be re-released
The opening presentations at Light House Cinema on May 9th include the new John Sayles film
set in 1950s Alabama and telling the story of a roadhouse owner (Danny Glover) who hires a young blues guitarist (Gary Clark Jr) to revive business. The Light House will have the exclusive release of Argentine director Lucía Puenzo’s a tough but subtle film about a 15-year-old hermaphrodite whose parents try to avoid the problem.
Daniel Luchetti’s exuberant, dramatically involving Italian film
– which played the IFI for a fortnight this month – will
Mike begin an open-ended run. Completing the first-week line-up are the awardwinning Leigh’s and, re-released for the first time since its Oscar win, John Carney’s endearing Dublin musical
Scheduled to open on May 16th is Nadine Labaki’s
set in a Beirut beauty salon where five Lebanese women confide in each other. A week later sees the release of the critically acclaimed Polish drama,
Shown by RTÉ on St Patrick’s Day and having its international premiere tonight at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, gets a well-deserved cinema release at Light House Cinema from May 30th.
The Oscar-winning Once