RCC announce its spring season of cinema screenings

THE Regional Cultural Centre has just announced its spring season of world and cultural cinema screenings featuring everything from Oscar-nominated Irish language films to epic dramas based on true events.

The Letterkenny centre’s Look! Film Club has been growing in popularity as it continues to screen top class world cinema.

The spring season of screenings begins with writer / director Todd Field’s long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s Little Children, Tár, a masterfully-crafted portrait of a (fictional) composer played by the utterly convincing Cate Blanchett on Thursday 9 March, 7:30pm.


On Thursday 23 March, 7:30pm there will be a screening of All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Laura Poitras’ Golden Lion-winning documentary chronicling the life and work of artist Nan Goldin.

Since the 1970s, Goldin has been an acclaimed photographer of NYC’s LGBT and new-wave communities.

EO is a Polish drama road movie directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, which follows the life of a donkey born in a Polish circus.

Look! Film Club continues on Thursday 6 April at 7:30pm with EO, a Polish drama road movie directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, which follows the life of a donkey born in a Polish circus.

During his travels, he encounters an eclectic cast of characters, including a countess, a young Italian priest and a riotous Polish football team.

Next up, on Thursday 20 April 20, at 7:30pm, is Joyland, a 2022 Urdu and Punjabi-language Pakistani drama film which was selected as Pakistan’s submission to the 2023 Oscars.

The next screening has been in the news a lot lately following a string of high-profile nominations at the BAFTAs and a nomination for Best International Film at the 95th Academy Awards; It’s An Cailín Ciúin on Sunday 30 April at 4:30pm.


The BAFTA and Oscar-nominated film An Cailín Ciúin will be shown in the RCC on Sunday 30th April at 4:30pm.

Holy Spider will be screened on Thursday 4 May, 7:30pm, it is based on the true story of the ‘Spider Killer’ Saeed Hanaei, who saw himself as on a mission from God as he killed 16 women between 2000 and 2001.

On Thursday 18 May 18, 7:30pm, Look! Film Club will screen Blue Jean which tells the story of a closeted teacher pushed to the brink when a new student threatens to expose her sexuality.

Look! Film Club is presented by the Regional Cultural Central thanks to access > CINEMA, The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Donegal County Council. Visit


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