Sligo Film Society

From Thu. 29 Sep. - 29 Dec. 8pm

We are delighted to announce the return of Sligo Film Society on Thursday evenings from 29 Sep.

Sligo film society will meet every Thursday.

Admission €8 / €6 (conc.)

Tickets can be purchased on the door.

The Good Boss
Thu. 29 Sep.

Básculas Blanco, a Spanish company in a provincial Spanish town, awaits a committee visit to decide whether they merit a local Business Excellence award. Everything has to be perfect when the time comes. Under increasing pressure, the company's proprietor, Blanco pulls out all the stops to address and resolve issues with his employees, crossing every imaginable line in the process.

Director: Fernando León de Aranoa
Cast: Javier Bardem, Manolo Solo, Almudena Amor, Óscar de la Fuente, Sonia Almarcha
120 minutes, Spain, 2021, 15A, Comedy


Hit the Road
Thu. 6 Oct.

A short-tempered father with a broken leg; a boisterous young boy and his older silent brother; a sick dog; and a mother trying to keep the peace. This is a family on a road trip somewhere in Iran. But where are they going and why? As they get closer to their destination, it emerges that this is no ordinary journey…

Director: Panah Panahi
Cast: Hassan Madjooni, Pantea Panahiha, Rayan Sarlak, Amin Simiar
94 minutes, Iran, 2021, 12A


Between Two Worlds
Thu. 13 Oct.

Marianne Winckler (Juliette Binoche), a successful author, relocates to the city of Caen to write an exposé on low paying working conditions. Concealing her true identity, she finds punishing work as a cleaner on a hectic ferry route. As genuine friendships blossom with co-workers, inevitably, Marianne must answer for her duplicity. Is lying justifiable when the aims are considered laudable?

Director: Emmanuel Carrère
Cast: Hélène Lambert, Juliette Binoche, Louise Pociecka
107 minutes, France, 2021,12A


Thu. 20 Oct.

Surviving the horrors of the First World War and decorated for his bravery Siegfried Sassoon became a vocal critic of the war. One of the most celebrated poets of his era, his writing was inspired by his horrific experiences on the western front. His story is one of a conflicted man in a fractured world, searching for peace and self-acceptance.

Director: Terrence Davies
Cast: Jack Lowden, Peter Capaldi, Jeremy Irvine, Calam Lynch, Tom Blyth
137 minutes, UK, 2021, 12A


Róise & Frank

Thu. 27 Oct.
Róise, a woman still in mourning following the sudden death of her husband Frank, is initially annoyed by a mysterious dog shows up at her door. But a series of eerie coincidences soon has Róise convinced that the dog is Frank, reincarnated. This new canine companion helps Róise overcome her grief, but her cruel neighbour Donncha has some sinister plans for the doggo…

Director: Rachel Moriarty and Peter Murphy
Cast: Bríd Ní Neachtain, Cillian O'Gairbhi, Lorcan Cranitch, Ruadhán de Faoite
84 mins. Ireland. 2022. PG (IFCO rating), Irish language



Further programme details to be announced here soon.