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Membership €30

this includes admission to all four films . A limited number of tickets at €9 will be available on each night for non-members.

For details contact Ciara Cronin at Brockagh Resource Centre .

Glendalough Film Club

Brockagh Resource Centre

Laragh, Glendalough, Co.Wicklow

PHONE: (0404) 45611 FAX: (0404) 45664


Talk To Her
Talk to her is the latest film from the undisputed voice of Spanish cinema, writer and director Pedro Aldomovar. This memorable film explores the friendship of two men who share their stories of unrequited love. The film scooped numerous awards following its release last year including a Golden Globe and an Oscar Nomination. Following the success of his Oscar winning film All About My Mother, Talk to Her proves once again that Aldomovar is at the top of his game and truly one of the world's best, most original filmmakers.

Director: Pedro Aldomovar

SCREENING: Thursday 25th September, 8pm

Beijing Bicycle
Showered with awards and accolades in Taiwan and at the Berlin Film Festival, Beijing Bicycle is an affecting social study in urban Chinese life, about two teenage boys in a tug-of-war over ownership of a shiny new mountain bike. A series of fights ensues over what becomes more than just a bike - it has become a symbol of success, power, and greed in a changing country. The film won a Silver Berlin Bear for its honest, gritty, heartfelt depiction of a Beijing that is not often seen in the West

Director: ng Xiashuai

SCREENING: Thursday December 18th, 8pm

Rabbit Proof Fence
The acclaimed international filmmaker Philip Noyce, who directed such Hollywood biggies as The Quiet American, Dead Calm, Patriot Games and The Bone Collector returns to his roots to tell the true story of three Aboriginal girls who flee an oppressive detention regime in 1931 Australia in search of their homeland. This remarkable story of the girl's journey towards freedom has won numerous awards since its release last year. A powerful and memorable film


Philip Noyce

SCREENING: Thursday 30th October, 8pm

Lundi Matin
Winner of the Golden Bear and International Critics Prize at the Berlin FIlm Festival last year, Monday Morning is a wry, observational comedy about escaping the drudgery and routine of life. Writer-director Otas losseliani manages to capture the simple absurdities of modern small-town life and the petty frustrations of a dreary workplace in a compelling, humorous and slightly surreal way.

Director: Otar Losseliani

SCREENING: Thursday November 21st, 8pm
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