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Want to watch a BAFTA winning film?

Did you catch the BAFTAs this past Sunday? Over the next month, we screen a number of films that netted nominations or picked up awards at this year’s ceremony.

Yorgos Lanthimos’ bonkers fantasy drama Poor Things won a number of awards, including a win for Emma Stone in Best Actress, for her gonzo, incredible turn as the unlikely heroine Bella Baxter. The Poor Things crew also won a very deserved Best Production Design BAFTA – you can see the spectacular retro-futuristic worlds they created on the big screen at Triskel, tonight at 7.45pm.

From auteur Jonathan Glazer, The Zone of Interest comes to Triskel on Sunday 25 February. A devastating Holocaust drama that follows the day-to-day life of an Auschwitz commandant and his family in their house next to the camp, The Zone of Interest won a handful of BAFTA trophies including Best Sound, Outstanding British FIlm and Best Film Not In The English Language.

The deeply moving drama All of Us Strangers was nominated for a number of awards at the BAFTAS, including Best Supporting Actor (Paul Mescal), Best Supporting Actress (Claire Foy), and Best Direction.  All of Us Strangers is at Triskel from Sunday 3 March to Wednesday 6 March.

A huge congratulations to Cork’s own Cillian Murphy for his Best Actor win for Oppenheimer! Oppenheimer picked up seven awards, including Best Supporting Actor for Robert Downey Jr., Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Direction for Christopher Nolan, and Best Film. We screen Oppenheimer on Saturday 9 March, the evening before the 2024 Oscars – don’t miss out on this magnificent modern epic.

Writer and director Cord Jefferson took home a BAFTA for Best Adapted Screenplay for his spectacular satire American Fiction, which tackles issues of race, family and the puzzling politics of the American literary world. American Fiction begins its run at Triskel on Sunday 10 March.