GAELS OF LAUGHTER
Celebrating Bliain na Gaeilge
Join us every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday for free lunchtime screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect tickets at IFI Box Office.
Notes by Sunniva O’Flynn
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00
Diane Kruger gives a superlative performance in Fatih Akin’s (Head-On, The Edge of Heaven) confident, highly topical political thriller which explores the newly radicalised behaviour of a woman battling for justice when her husband and young son are killed in... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.00
Screening as part of the Killer Couples season, running June 6th to 30th. Click for details.
Something of an anomaly in a career that began with splatter comedy such as Bad Taste (1987) before moving on to Tolkien adaptations, Peter... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.20
This film is F-Rated. Find out more here.
This atmospheric, hallucinatory drama about youth at risk in small-town Ireland represents an auspicious feature debut for Northern Irish director Aoife McArdle, who brings to the cinema screen the dynamic visual sense... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.45
Legendary British fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s story is told in six chapters, each developed around a pivotal moment in his life coinciding with the launch of a new collection in one of his revolutionary fashion shows where the catwalk was... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.30
Exclusively at IFI.
From his pioneering synth-pop music to winning an Oscar for his score to The Last Emperor in 1987; Ryuichi Sakamoto has become one of the most renowned composers of his generation. Made over a five-year period during... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.50, 20.30
Studio 54 contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect guests who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
The legendary Studio 54 made its debut on the New York nightclub scene forty-one years ago in 1977 and remained open for just... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00
A PRIVATE WAR
ALL IS TRUE
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME FEBRUARY 2019: DOUBLE BILL
13.00, 18.00, 20.40
IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK
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