Cinema Sundays has an Irish film

January 26, 1996|By Stephen Hunter

Cinema Sundays at the Charles, the film series of early-screened art films, is back on schedule this week after some serious blizzard rearrangements.

This Sunday's presentation, which will be screened at 10:30 a.m., is an Irish film billed as an "offbeat romantic tale about a young dwarf, his French mother and his interest in the stars." (The Charles is obliged not to release the name of the film in advance.)

It features Gabriel Byrne, Anne Parillard and Matt Dillon and was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.

The movie will be introduced by Sam McCready, an Irish actor, director and professor of theater at UMBC.

The doors open at 10; gourmet coffee and pastry will be served. Individual tickets are $15 and a series ticket, for the next four films, is $48.

Call (410) 366-8675 for details.

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