Schedule 2002

All films will be screened in the DeSeve Cinema at
Concordia University, 1400 deMaisoneuve W. at 7pm.

All regular films (excluding Women's Weekend and Closing Gala) cost 5$.

Special Events: Tickets for the closing gala should be purchased in advance from Cine Gael Montréal

OPENING NIGHT

Friday,
Jan 18th

Membership Registration
6-6:45pm


Film
7:00pm

The Premiere of RANDOM PASSAGE featuring Colm Meany and Aoife McMahon. Directed by John N. Smith/Script by Des Walsh/based on the novel by Bernice Morgan.

Random Passage is a tale of love and survival where life and death are a hair's breath apart. Mary's journey takes her from the workhouses of rural England to the comparative shelter of Cape Random where all the residents are fugitives of one kind or another. Some will change Mary's life utterly.

Guests from the film will be present at the screening. Reception to follow at O'Donnell's Pub, 1224 Bishop.

Guest speaker: Barbara Doran, Producer

Women In Film Weekend

Fri, Sat, Sun
February 1,2,3

Special Guest:
Director
Margo Harkin


Tickets:
Weekend Pass: Members $10.00,
Non-members $15.00, Single Event $5.00

 

For a pass, please send a cheque with your name, address, etc, to:

Cine Gael Montréal

PO Box 446, Cote St. Luc Stn
Montréal, H4V 2Z1

Passes Should Be Picked Up On Feb. 1 Before The 7:00 Screening


Friday, Feb 1.

7:00PM:
Bent Out Of Shape
(short film, D: Orla Walsh)

Twelve Days In July (documentary, D: Margo Harkin) Margo Harkin will be present to discuss her film.

Saturday, Feb. 2:

3:00 PM:
Hush A Bye Baby
(feature, D: Margo Harkin) Margo Harkin will be present at this screening
Blessed Fruit (short film, D: Orla Walsh)

5:00 - 6:45 Reception ( to be confirmed)

7:00 PM Silent Grace ( feature, D: Maeve Murphy) Set in Armagh Women's Prison in
Northern Ireland, this is the virtually untold story of women's involvement in the
harrowing Hunger Strikes of 1980/81.

Sunday, Feb 3

2:30 PM Hoodwinked
(documentary, D Trish McAdam)

4:00 PM Nora (feature, D: Pat Murphy) The story of James Joyce's Nora

Weekend Guest speaker: Margo Harkin

Friday,
February 15th

When Brendan Met Trudy - Directed by Kieron J Walsh/Script by Roddy Doyle.

Brendan, teacher, baritone and movie buff meets Trudy in a Dublin pub and for the first time in his adult life discovers fun. The relationship brings him to places he's never known - and the sex is glorious! Then Brendan discovers that Trudy is in fact a burglar and not the pre-school teacher she claims to be. He begins to enjoy her life of crime until...

Guest speaker: John Griffin, The Gazette
Friday,
March 1st

County Kilburn (feature) and Dance Lexie Dance (Academy Award nominated short).
This evening is sponsored by the British Council.

Guest speaker: Bill Hurley, Hurley's Irish Pub


Evening Of Award Winning Irish Shorts

 

Friday,
March 22nd

An Evening Of Award Winning Short Irish Films

Audience Voting Results:

First: Butterflies and Bees (127 points)
Second: Give up yer aul' sins (87 points)
Third: Escape (66 points)

Honourable Mention:
Cake (60 points)
Zulu 9 (54 points)

Based on awarding 3 points for a first choice, 2 points for a second choice and 1 point for a third choice.

Compiled by Ann Marie Carroll, Dublin Representative

Guest speaker: Dave Douglas, Concordia University
Friday, April 12th

THE MOST FERTILE MAN IN IRELAND Directed by Dudi Appleton/Script by Jim Keeble.

Guest speaker:

Friday, April 19th

The Most Fertile Man In Ireland Directed by Dudi Appleton/Script by Jim Keeble.

A romantic, libidinous ride through the sexual politics of a funky, new Northern Ireland - a world where men are fast becoming obsolete. Eamonn is the last gasp for Irish masculinity and, as a new century begins, he might just be man enough to save the world.

This evening is dedicated to our sponsors.

Guest speaker: Antoine Maloney

CLOSING GALA

May 1, 2002

Reception to follow at
Hurley's Irish Pub

To book tickets call 514.481.3503

On The Edge Directed by John Carney/Script by John Carney/Daniel James.

Jonathan Breech is a 19-year-old struggling with suicide. Admitted into an Irish psychiatric hospital by his older brother following the death of their father, he befriends two other suicide patients, Toby and Rachel with whom he soon falls in love.

Guest speaker: TBA


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