WHAT'S ON - 17/09/2019

  • EXTRA ORDINARY

    This film is F-rated.

    Following in the tradition of Flann O’Brien, Kevin McAleer, and Father Ted, Extra Ordinary views rural Irish life through a surreal comic lens. Lonely driving instructor Rose Dooley (Maeve Higgins), believing herself responsible for the death... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 15.00, 19.00 | 21.00

  • FOR SAMA

    Screenings with Hard of Hearing subtitles will take place at 18.20 on Tuesday 17th and 16.20 on Thursday 19th.

    An intimate yet epic journey into the female experience of the war in Syria, For Sama is an emotionally wrenching account... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.40, 18.20 (Open Captioned)

  • IFI & SEÁN O’CASEY FESTIVAL: YOUNG CASSIDY (FROM THE VAULTS)

    The screening will be introduced by Dr Charles Barr.

    Though only loosely based on the early life of Seán O’Casey (here renamed Johnny Cassidy), this colourful drama includes key historical moments from 1911 to the late 1920s – the 1913... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.30

  • MIDNIGHT COWBOY

    Famously the first (and last) X-rated film to win the Oscar for Best Picture, Midnight Cowboy sees naïve Texan Joe Buck (Jon Voight) move to New York with misguided dreams of becoming a high-end prostitute. After a disastrous start, he... Read More

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    Times: 15.50

  • PAIN AND GLORY

    Pedro Almodóvar’s elegiac drama boasts a career-best performance from Antonio Banderas as Salvador Mallo, a creatively blocked film director consumed by memories of an impoverished yet idyllic childhood spent with his mother Jacinta (played by Penélope Cruz).

    Salvador is a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.30

  • PHOENIX

    EXCLUSIVELY AT IFI

    Caring for her mentally unstable mother Astrid and younger brother Bo, teenager Jill has been forced into the role of responsible adult. Living together in a small Oslo apartment, the two children walk a constant... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 17.00, 20.50

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