Triskel Christchurch Cinema is launching +Short Film, a dedicated initiative to screen a short film each month as support to one of the feature films in their regular programme.
The Uncountable Laughter of The Sea, a new film by Kerry filmmaker Patrick Brendan O'Neill, screens at Triskel Christchurch Cinema September 18th to 21st.
Irish co-production Strangerland opens at Triskel Christchurch Cinema Friday 12 February and runs until Monday 15 February.
TAWAI: A Voice From The Forest, the new film from presenter and explorer Bruce Parry screens at Triskel Christchurch Cinema from October 8th to 11th.
Deep Focus: Women In Film Festival is a new fixture on the Triskel Christchurch Cinema programme premiering 6 - 8 May 2016.
Punk On Film at Triskel Christchurch,19- 22 July, is a film season celebrating the legacy of the seminal punk movement that epitomises late 70’s Britain.
On Monday 10th October Triskel Christchurch will screen the 2015 LUX Film Prize winner Mustang, followed by a live-streamed interactive Q&A.
Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein will screen exclusively at Triskel Christchurch Cinema, one night only, Thursday 18 February before its worldwide release on DVD.
From May 16th to 20th Triskel Christchurch in Cork city will play host to Young Americans, a showcase of recent gems from American independent cinema.