Welcome to the Arthouse Cinema Cork web site.
On our web site you will be able to find our current Showtimes, and details for films Coming Soon. These pages are updated weekly, so please check back for the latest films and their times. Please note, for some films membership is required
The Kino is a one screen cinema, providing 188 seats, and is open 7 days a week.
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|Kino membership is required for some films.|
Concession prices are available on production of correct I.D. for students, senior citizens and social welfare recipients.
Kino arthouse cinema was established in 1996, and is to date the only independent arthouse cinema in Ireland. The objective has always been to bring quality films of all sizes and nationalities to the film-going public of Cork and its region. The Kino currently has one screen, with a capacity of 188 seats, and is open for business seven days a week.
Films shown in Kino include high quality English language and foreign films, and there are generally 2-3 different films on offer each week. In addition to current releases, Kino also has a variety of other screening events. These include special one-off events (Steve McQueen Day, Fun Lovinâ Criminals select film screening), mini-seasons (David Lynch, Japanese, etc.), and film weeks (French Film Week, Schools Film week, etc.)
KINO also plays a very significant role in the annual Murphyâs Cork Film Festival each October, in which it is one of the main 3 film exhibition venues, attracting film-makers and cinephiles from all over the world.
Ten CanoesCert: tbc
Contains one scene of bloody violence
Runtime: 1 hour 32 mins
It is the distant past, tribal times. Dayindi (played by Jamie Gulpilil, son of the great David Gulpilil) covets one of the wives of his older brother. To teach him the proper way, he is told a story from the mythical past, a story of wrong love, kidnapping, sorcery, bungling mayhem and revenge gone wrong.
In English storytelling (by David Gulpilil) and subtitled Ganalbingu language, this is a film unlike any you have ever seen.
UK release date: 01/06/2007
Starring: Crusoe Kurddal, Jamie Dayindi, Gulpilil Dalaithngu
Directed by: Rolf De Heer, Peter Djigirr
Scott Walker - 30 Century ManCert: PG
Contains one use of strong language
Runtime: 1 hour 36 mins
SCOTT WALKER – 30 CENTURY MAN explores Scott’s music and career, from his early days as a jobbing bass player on the Sunset Strip, to mega-stardom in Britain’s swinging 60’s pop scene, and finally to his transformation into a composer of true genius; an uncompromising and serious musician working at the peak of his powers.
Featuring interviews with friends, collaborators and fans including, among others: David Bowie, Radiohead, Jarvis Cocker, Brian Eno, Damon Albarn, Neil Hannon, Marc Almond, Alison Goldfrapp, Sting, Dot Allison and many more, SCOTT WALKER – 30 CENTURY MAN paints a fascinating portrait of the ultimate cult artist. Exclusive behind the scenes footage of the making of Walker’s new album “The Drift”, his first album in 10 years, will delight fans, whilst introducing new audiences to a man who has inspired god-like devotion from his fans worldwide.
UK release date: 27/04/2007
Starring: Damon Albarn, Dot Allison, Marc Almond
Directed by: Stephen Kijak
Paris Je T'AimeCert: 15
Contains very strong language
Runtime: 2 hours 1 mins
In PARIS, JE T'AIME, celebrated directors from around the world, including the Coen Brothers, Gus Van Sant, Gurinder Chadha, Wes Craven, Walter Salles, Alexander Payne and Olivier Assayas, have come together to portray Paris in a way never before imagined.
Made by a team of contributors as cosmopolitan as the city itself, this portrait of the city is as diverse as its creators' backgrounds and nationalities. With each director telling the story of an unusual encounter in one of the city's neighborhoods, the vignettes go beyond the 'postcard' view of Paris to portray aspects of the city rarely seen on the big screen.
Racial tensions stand next to paranoid visions of the city seen from the perspective of an American tourist. A young foreign worker moves from her own domestic situation into her employer's bourgeois environs. An American starlet finds escape as she is shooting a movie. A man is torn between his wife and his lover. A young man working in a print shop sees and desires another young man. A father grapples with his complex relationship with his daughter. A couple tries to add spice to their sex life. These are but a few of the witty and serendipitous narratives that make up PARIS, JE T’AIME. The one disconcerting sartorial issue is the ever-present Batman hoodies worn by the main character. There must have been a very large placement fee, since the number of scenes where Batman appears is quite stunning and distracting. Petty point, but for some, an important distraction.
An outstanding host of actors including Natalie Portman, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Fanny Ardant, Elijah Wood, Nick Nolte, Bob Hoskins, Juliette Binoche, Emily Mortimer, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Rufus Sewell, Barbet Schroeder, Ludivine Sagnier, Gena Rowlands, Miranda Richardson and Steve Buscemi, grace these vignettes with their larger-than-life personas. Their performances add even deeper resonance to this affectionate love letter to one of the world's most transcendent cities.
UK release date: 29/06/2007
Starring: Fanny Ardant, Juliette Binoche, Steve Buscemi
Directed by: Olivier Assayas, Frederic Auburtin, Emmanuel Benbihy, Ghurinder Chadha, Sylvain Chomet, Ethan Cohen, Isabel Coixet, Wes Craven, Alfonson Cuaron, Gerard Depadieu, Christopher Doyle, Richard Lagravenese, Vincenzo Natali, Alexander Payne, Bruno Podalydès, Walter Salles, Oliver Schmitz, Nobuhiro, Daniela Thomas, Tom Tykwer, Gus Van Sant