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There is a showcase of French cinema in this line-up with 120 BPM, Let The Sunshine In, I Got Life!, Redoubtable and Custody; the wonderful Irish documentary Making The Grade from Ken Wardrop; Canadian cinema with Never Steady, Never Still and Allure; the 1932 Universal horror classic The Old Dark House, beautifully restored and back on the cinema screen.
I’m delighted to present another of my long-intended pet projects in this programme. We host a special retrospective of filmmaker Lynne Ramsay, whose latest film You Were Never Really Here opened to much critical acclaim. We will be re-screening this, plus Ramsay’s three previous features films, several shorts films, and there will be introductions and discussions with each screening.
Chris O’Neill – Head Of Cinema