Liam O Laoghaire’s film for Clann na Poblachta discredits the Fianna Fáil leadership and presents countrywide images of poverty, emigration and deprivation never before seen on Irish screens.
FILM INFO: Liam O’Laoghaire, 8 mins, 1948,... Read More
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★★★★ The Telegraph
Fences, August Wilson’s play exploring race and familial relations in 1950s Pittsburgh, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1987; plans for film adaptations floundered as they failed to meet Wilson’s stricture that the director must be... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.25 | 20.40
Reel Art: Photo City will screen at the IFI on Tuesday, February 21st at 18.00.
Tickets for this screening are only available from www.diff.ie
Rochester, NY is a city defined by photography. Once dominated by Kodak, the city now faces... Read More
Ivor Browne has been a central figure in Irish mental health for many decades. Some people wish he wasn’t. Yet many people owe their lives to him. Browne somehow managed to be part of the establishment while still being one... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00
Chemikal Underground has been Scotland’s premier indie label since its establishment in the 1990s, releasing work by a diverse range of fondly-remembered groups such as Bis, Magoo, and Urusei Yatsura, although the label’s greatest successes came from Arab Strap, Mogwai,... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.15
★★★★ Irish Times
Frustrated travelling salesman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) criss-crosses 1950s America selling a series of underwhelming products that have failed to bring him the success he believes is richly deserved.
On receiving an unusual... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00 | 18.20
★★★★★ The Times (UK)
This film closes on Thursday, March 16th.
Ines (Sandra Hüller) has become estranged from her retired schoolteacher father Winfried (Peter Simonischek); unhappily scaling the bottom rungs of the corporate consultancy ladder... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 2: MAY 2018
LEAN ON PETE
LET THE SUNSHINE IN
THE COLOUR OF POMEGRANATES
THE YOUNG KARL MARX
TRUST NO ONE: STATE OF SIEGE
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council