New films from Fri 14 Jan


14 January 2022

There is lots to enjoy at DCA cinema this week. Including Curveball – A True Story. Unfortunately, which is the next film in our FOKUS: Films from Germany season, and Boiling Point – which you can also watch from the comfort of your own sofa via DCA at Home!

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Here's more about this week's films from DCA's Cinema Coordinator, Michael Coull:

"A new Paul Thomas Anderson film is always a major event in the cinematic calendar, and Licorice Pizza is no exception. Named after a one-time chain of record stores, it’s an infectiously nostalgic coming-of-age tale set in 1970s California and stars the son of the late, erstwhile PTA-star Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Alana Haim, the youngest sister of ultra-cool family band Haim. We’re also lucky enough to be screening the film on 35mm from next week for the ultimate analogue hit. 

Iorram was a hit on our streaming platform DCA At Home last year, so we’re thrilled to be able to bring the film to our cinema screen, with this special Q&A screening with director Alastair Cole. This Gaelic-language documentary is a lyrical tribute to life past and present on the Outer Hebrides and the special relationship between a community and the sea at their doorstep.

A Hero, the latest film from celebrated Iranian film-maker Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Salesman) is a work of customary complexity, bringing its central idea to life through lived-in performances and a tantalising sense of ambiguity."

Visit our Films page to find more details plus a sneak peek at what's on next week, including Belfast and Memoria.

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