Thursday 9th June 8pm
‘An exhilarating and compassionate film about love, death, loneliness – and the life-affirming importance of dessert.’ – Lisa Mullen, Sight & Sound
‘An extremely witty comedy that will have you both laughing hysterically and writhing with discomfort.’ – Britany Murphy, The Reel Roundup
‘Shiva Baby’ is a darkly playful comedy of chaos about a young bisexual woman grappling with tradition and independence over the course of one climactic day – long shiva, a Jewish gathering of friends and family during a time of mourning. A highlight of 2020’ s Toronto International Film Festival and SXSW, and featuring a standout lead performance from emerging actor – comedian Rachel Sennott, the acclaimed feature debut from writer – director Emma Seligman is bold, modern filmmaking at its most daring, and hilarious, co – starring Dianna Agron, Fred Melamed and Polly Draper.
The 12% Cineclub was founded by The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company in association with The Glens Centre and Access Cinema. It features films directed by women. In 2021 women comprised of 12% of directors of the top 100 films, a decrease of 16% in 2020.
8pm Ticket €12/7/5