Friday Nov 24th | 7:00pm Opening night of the Dublin Cuban Film Festival. Admission is free, courtesy of the Embassy of Cuba Fidel es Fidel (43mins) Director: Roberto Chile – In Memoriam The documentary “Fidel is Fidel”, by renowned Cuban director Roberto Chile, is a warm, emotional look at moments in the history of […]
Saturday Nov 25th | 2:00pm Day two of the Dublin Cuban Film Festival. Admission is free, courtesy of the Embassy of Cuba. El Camino de la Vida (43mins) Director: Isabel Santos A documentary recalling the extraordinary life of Isabel Álvarez Morán, a Spanish woman now living in Cuba. She survived Franco’s coup in […]
Sunday Nov 26th | 2:00pm Final day of the Dublin Cuban Film Festival. Admission is free, courtesy of the Embassy of Cuba. Fatima (103mins) Director: Jorge Perugorria Based on a story by Miguel Barnet, the film’s depicts the life of a young homosexual man in 1920’s Havana. An unscrupulous lover convinces him to […]
The Progressive Film Club’s May free screening: 3pm To Help Us – 2mins Labour-themed short, first shown at the Workers Unite Film Festival in NYC. 3.02pm Through the Wall – 6mins Donald Trump talks about building a wall but there’s one there already. A short documentary about a family divided by the US/Mexico […]
A Programme for the week leading up to Mayday - A Celebration of Trade Unionism. Mexican and African Migrants exploited in 1950s US and a modern day Italy and a look into the ever encroaching hands of privatisation of public services.
A collection of modern documentaries highlighting the major misconceptions of our time; Money, Immigration and Foreign Lands. Dublin's free political cinema presents it's March 2017 screenings: Je Suis Russia, The Asylum Market & Money Puzzles
8 June, 2013. 800 people enter an abandoned cinema in Barcelona to project a documentary film. The old building is renamed as "Cinema Patricia Heras" in honour of a girl who committed suicide two years earlier.
On Sunday 13 March we join with Reclaim the Vision of 1916 and SIPTU for a historic first screening together of George Morrison’s Mise Éire and Saoirse?—as the director intended.