A fascinating but little-known corner of the Enlightenment is brought to vivid life with this complex and engrossing historical drama from Denmark. Who knew that the Danes had their own revolutionary moment in the early 1770s, before the French and... Read More
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Continuing our annual Bloomsday celebration, we present an array of short films inspired by the work of James... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10
Hot on the heels of A Dangerous Method, his period piece about the early days of psychoanalysis and another of his explorations of the mind/body schism, David Cronenberg delivers his vision of Don DeLillo’s novel Cosmopolis. Although it met with... Read More
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Released to coincide with the 60th anniversary of John Ford’s deeply cherished The Quiet Man, Sé Merry Doyle’s engaging and humorous documentary offers timely perspective on the film’s idealised vision of Ireland, the famed director’s personal and political motivations for... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.50
IFI’s Monthly Must-See Cinema showcases highlights from the Irish cinema canon which are now preserved in the IFI Irish film Archive.
Our Must-See choice this month is something of an oddity: an American film with a screen play by Mary... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.00
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Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes last year, this compellingly immersive procedural following the Paris police’s child protection unit marks a career breakthrough for actress turned writer-director Maïwenn. With some of her country’s best character... Read More
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Ken Loach delivers the most flat-out entertaining movie of his entire career with this absolute charmer about a bunch of Glaswegian ne’er-do-wells whose conversion to the delights of single malt whisky could prove their unlikely salvation. Newcomer Paul Brannigan is... Read More
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John Huston’s magisterial adaptation of the James Joyce story is re-released to coincide with Bloomsday. Always the most literary and philosophical of the great Hollywood directors, Huston used the tale to furnish a portrait of his artistry as an old... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.40
Inspired by author J.D. Salinger’s tales of the Glass family, Wes Anderson’s dramatic comedy about a dysfunctional family of troubled geniuses remains for many his crowning achievement to date.
A gleefully larger-than-life Gene Hackman excels as disruptive paterfamilias Royal Tenenbaum,... Read More
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Granted unprecedented access to Woody Allen and his collaborators, this affectionate portrait captures the scale of his achievement while investigating the inner workings that sustain this most prolific of modern masters.
A wealth of amazing archive material unearths Allen’s early... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.30
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