Join us for free daily lunchtime screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect your tickets at the IFI Box Office.
ART IN THE ARCHIVE
Notes by Sunniva O’Flynn
Hallowed Fire The Cultural Relations Committee... Read More
Documentarian Matthew Heineman continues to shine a light onto some of the world’s most dangerous places in the extraordinary City of Ghosts.
The film focuses on members of the Syrian citizen journalism group ‘Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently’ (RBSS), who... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.10
ALL SHOWS WILL BE IN 70mm. All 70mm tickets are priced €14 (€13 conc.)
Throughout his career, Christopher Nolan has been a vocal advocate for the superiority of celluloid over digital, and of the importance of the experience of viewing... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10 | 15.45 | 18.20 | 20.50
Istanbul’s abundant feral cat population is the star of Ceyda Torun’s quietly magical documentary that affords a unique perspective on one of the world’s great cities. Occupants since the days of the Ottoman Empire, the cats of Istanbul are neither... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.45
★★★★ – Guardian ★★★★ – Irish Independent
Also our Feast Your Eyes pick for July – see it with a main course for €20. Tickets and info here.
1864. As the Civil War rages on, wounded Union... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.10
This film has been classified 15A.
The irresistibly sweet, charming, and very funny The Big Sick is written by Emily V. Gordon and Silicon Valley’s Kumail Nanjiani, and tells the story of their real-life romance and the difficulties it faced,... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.30 | 20.15
Emer Reynolds’s enthralling documentary details NASA’s ambitious Voyager program which, in 1977, launched two probes whose original mission was to study the outermost planets of the Solar System, but went on to become the first human-created object to enter interstellar... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.30 | 18.00 | 20.30
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