Cinema in Belfast - November 2015
Anniversary screenings, film festivals and special events for movie lovers across Belfast this month
BFI Love Season - Running through to December in various venues - Read more
Love is in the air everywhere you look around Northern Ireland as BFI LOVE in partnership with Plusnet presents a series of big screen experiences to woo cinema audiences this autumn.
Featuring films to fall in love with and films to break your heart, the BFI LOVE blockbuster season will truly be an affair to remember, running from October to December, through Film Hub NI’s network of venues and organisations.
Brooklyn - Running from November 6 - 19 at Queen's Film Theatre - Book tickets
In the early 1950s, a young Irish woman (Saoirse Ronan) crosses the Atlantic to begin a new life in America, in this exquisitely crafted adaptation of the acclaimed novel by Colm Tóibín.
Outburst Arts Festival - Running from November 12 - 21 at Queen's Film Theatre - Read more
Outburst brings you the very best in new queer cinema from around the world, in partnership with QFT. Selected screenings will feature extra short films, in association with IRIS Prize Festival.
A Christmas Star - in cinemas from November 13 across Northern Ireland
From Belfast-based children's charity comes a feel-good festive treat, the nationwide release of A Christmas Star - a feature length film bringing together a host of TV and film stars to tell heartwarming story of a spirited young girl who charms her entire village.
The Chronicles of Narnia Trilogy - November 20 - 22 at the Strand Arts Centre - Book tickets
C.S. Lewis Festival and Into Film Club present the modern cinematic adaptation of the Belfast literary great's most famed work.
The Winter's Tale - November 26, 7.30pm at Queen's Film Theatre - Book tickets
The first season of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company Live promises an exceptional series of plays broadcast to cinemas from London's Garrick Theatre, beginning with Shakespeare's timeless tragicomedy of obsession and redemption, reimagined in a new production co-directed by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh.