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Aidan Gillen Is Bringing His Favourite 80’s Movies To Cork

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On Saturday 25th July, Triskel Christchurch is delighted to welcome back to Cork City actor Aidan Gillen (Game Of Thrones, Calvary, Love/Hate, Charlie) who will host an evening of his favourite movies from the 1980s. Gillen has been Triskel cinemapatron since January 2014 when he presented his inaugural weekend of selected films.


Photo credit to Izabela Szczutkowska

“We are presenting three great 80s films,” says Gillen. “One of my top three films of any era ‘Rumble Fish’, where I fell in love with Mickey Rourke, Stewart Copeland's soundtrack and loads more; ‘Blue Velvet’, possibly the best film of the decade. I went on a teen date to that and it was interesting expressing my love for it afterwards; and thirdly ‘Stop Making Sense’ filmed by Jonathan Demme with a care that made it as good as a live gig - one that you weren't ever going to get to be at - and regularly attended late night screenings at the Ambassador Cinema which was a stunning alternative to whatever else was going on for a 17 year old in Dublin after 11pm which was, to put it politely, f**k all.”
Aidan Gillen has enjoyed widespread success as an actor in film and TV. He is currently filming Game of Thrones series six in Northern Ireland and will travel to Cork for Saturday 25 July Triskel event to host the selected films in person. Gillen is also known for his television roles in Love/Hate, The Wire and Queer as Folk as well as roles in film including The Dark Knight Rises and Calvary.
Regular ticket prices apply; Triskel Christchurch Cinema Members can purchase a special three-film ticket for €15
Gillen’s list of movies breaks down as follows:
RUMBLE FISH (NC) 25th July @ 6.00pm

94 mins – United States/France 1983 – Dir: Francis Ford Coppola
Starring: Matt Dillon, Mickey Rourke and Diane Lane
Teenage gang leader Rusty James struggles with cohorts, rival gangs, his frustrated girlfriend, his estranged father, and the return of his idolised older brother against a run-down, industrial Tulsa, Oklahoma.
“An iconic outsider of 1980s teen cinema” Film4
BLUE VELVET (NC) 25th July @ 8.15pm

120 mins – United States 1986 – Dir: David Lynch
Starring: Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini and Dennis Hopper
When college student Jeffrey Beaumont investigates a mystery in his small town, he unwittingly opens the door to an underworld of murder, sex, kidnapping and blackmail in David Lynch's masterpiece.
“You've never seen anything like it in your life” Rolling Stone
STOP MAKING SENSE (NC) 25th July @ 11.00pm

88 mins – United States 1984 – Documentary – Dir: Jonathan Demme
Featuring: David Byrne, Chris Frantz and Jerry Harrison
Universally acclaimed as one of the best concert films ever made, Jonathan Demme's Stop Making Sense documents the groundbreaking Talking Heads at their peak. Digitally re-mixed and re-mastered.
“The most exciting concert films ever” Newsweek

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