CFCP CINEMA

CFCP cinema will return with films American Astronaut and What Will Survive of Us at 7.30pm, 24th January 2011.

Directed by Cory McAbee, American Astronaut is about Samuel Curtis, an astronaut from Earth, who receives a valuable gift in exchange for completing one of his missions: a cloning device already in the process of preparing the Real Live Girl. While What WIll Survive of Us, by Domhnall Gleeson features John and Noreen; two young lovers from Boyle, Roscommon, at a turning point in their lives together.

The show will be 2.5 hours long with a short break and has an informal atmosphere, a big screen with tea & coffee also attendees can bring their own refreshments.

Entry costs €5 for members & €7.50 for non-members; for more information visit www.cfcp.ie

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CFCP Cinema hold monthly screenings

The Centre for Creative Practices is currently holding Open Access Cinema screenings on the 2nd Monday of each month.

The event has been set up as an open-access initiative and has no selection process and no censorship content except films including pornography, films presenting paedophilia or racist/fascist content will not be included. The shows will be 2.5 hours long with a short break and has an informal atmosphere, a big screen with tea & coffee also attendees can bring their own refreshments.

All kind of productions are welcome, from drama to documentary to experimental, and filmmakers are encouraged to answer questions on their films if they so wish. Entry costs €5 for members & €7.50 for non-members and the next event will take place on 13th September 2010.

For more information visit www.cfcp.ie/cinema/index.html

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