Waterford Film For All kicks off at Garter Lane

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Watch some of the finest Irish & International movies at Garter Lane Arts Theatre as part of the Waterford Film For All 2020 season. Not to be missed.

Tuesday, January 14th sees the first movie screening of the Waterford Film For All (WFFA) 2020 season at Garter Lane Arts Theatre. If it’s something a bit different you’re after then you should definitely enjoy the diverse mix of film on show.

Every Tuesday, some of the best home-grown and foreign movies will be put on for avid movie-goers. Nice way to spend a Tuesday evening, with films starting at 7:30 pm sharp.

January screenings

First up on January 14th is The Farewell, written by the director Lulu Zang. It’s a funny and moving story about family dynamics between young and old. Great cast.

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Up next is a British movie called The Souvenir starring Tilda Swinton, Swinton Byrne, and Tom Burke. It won the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize in the Dramatic category and screens January 21st. Definitely worth a watch.

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The last movie on January 28th is the French comedy, Le Brio. After an incident, a brilliant professor known for his outbursts is forced to mentor the student he wronged for a speech contest.

Watch the trailer here

Le Brio

Definitely worth a trip to Garter Lane if you love movies like we do. Enjoy!


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