23 Mar. 2012
As always The Model brings you the most exciting newly released cinema on offer, and the coming weeks are no exception. Our new double screenings (6.15 & 8.15pm) bring you twice the opportunity to see and enjoy a great selection of the latest movies.
Next Wednesday evening sees Martha Marcy May Marlene open at The Model. The film has been getting great reviews over the last few weeks and looks like a great choice for those of you who enjoy a good psychological thriller.
Other highlights over the coming weeks include “Margaret”:http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0466893/, starring Anna Paquin as a New York teenager who witnesses a fatal accident and Stella Days, which is being hailed as an ‘Irish Cinema Paradiso’.
In April, a film that looks like it’s going to be visually stunning is Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna. The film is a reimagining of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles relocated to India. Always a fan of the book I know I can’t wait to see it.
Another film that looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun is This Must be the Place starring Sean Penn and fledgling Irish actress (and Bono’s daughter) Eve Hewson. The film, which was party shot in Dublin, traces a retired rock star sets out to find the ex-Nazi war criminal who executed his father. The film gets a nice review from Donald Clarke in today’s Irish Times.
Also coming soon are a few offerings for younger audiences. A special screening of The Gruffalo’s Child will take place on 1 April, and Ratatouille will be shown to mark the SO Sligo Food festival on Sunday 20th March.
For times and dates of all screenings check out our cinema page.