Cork French Film Festival


Opening Film: Mustang *

*Preview Screening

The feature debut of Turkish filmmaker Deniz Gamze Erg├╝ven is a sensitive and powerful portrait of sisterhood and burgeoning sexuality. In a remote Turkish coastal village on the Black Sea, five young sisters live under the guardianship of their grandmother and uncle after the death of their parents.

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Taj Mahal*

*Irish Premiere Presented by Nicolas Saada

Cert 15. Taj Mahal presents a fresh blend of drama and thriller, and it also showcases Nicolas Saada (Espions) as a filmmaker who is drawing with equal vigour from cinema and reality alike. One evening, while her parents are out for dinner, 18-year-old Louise, alone in her hotel room at Taj Mahal Mumbai, hears strange [...]

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Le skate moderne*

*6 Shorts programme: Screenings Sat 12th March 16.30 and Sun 13th March 11.00

Far from the typical fisheye snaps promoting smooth, concrete half pipes and well-maintained, urban skate parks, Le Skate Moderne introduces a group of skateboarders ready to get their boards dirty and skate in the rugged and often harsh surroundings that are our countryside. Somewhere in between fiction and documentary, this contemplative short follows a group [...]

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Petit Tailleur*

*A film by Louis Garrel, followed by Buffet Dinner and a glass of wine.

Arthur is the twenty-five year old apprentice tailor of eighty year old Albert who is approaching retirement and keen to make Arthur his successor. Albert loves Arthur as his son, and Arthur returns these feelings. One evening Arthur is taken to the theatre by his friend Sylvain and he falls deeply in love with Marie-Julie, [...]

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