This July, the Irish Film Institute presents evocative and thought-provoking artists’ and experimental filmmaking with curated programmes of Irish and international work, from the upcoming release of David Lynch: The Art Life, to screenings from filmmakers Susan MacWilliam and… Read More
Press release: June 22nd 2017
This July, the Irish Film Institute presents evocative and thought-provoking artists’ and experimental filmmaking with curated programmes of Irish and international work, from the upcoming release of David Lynch: The Art Life, to screenings… Read More
Director Mark O’Connor and writer/actor John Connors joined Stuart Carolan (creator of Love/Hate) for a Q&A following a screening of Irish crime drama Cardboard Gangsters on Saturday, June 17th 2017.
You can listen back here:
In the film, Connors plays Jay Connolly, a part-time DJ and low-level drug… Read More
From the Land of the Moon opens at the IFI from Friday the 23rd of June, and we’re celebrating with prizes!
In the film, Marion Cotillard plays Gabrielle – a young woman forced into an unwanted marriage in the… Read More
Three new films release today – Irish crime drama Cardboard Gangsters, intimate documentary Whitney: Can I Be Me? and mesmerising Thai film By the Time it Gets Dark.
Read on for some reviews from around the world… Read More
To celebrate Pride month, the Irish Film Institute has released a new collection of Irish LGBT+ short films that are now free to view globally on the IFI Player.
Following the success of the IFI Player’s most recent initiative,… Read More
Today we’re taking a look back through the archives to a blog post from August 2012 when then IFI Curator Sunniva O’Flynn wrote about the Dublin Plays Itself Walking Tour. Here, you can get an idea of the architectural and… Read More
Three new films arrived on Friday the 9th of June – My Cousin Rachel, Berlin Syndrome and Destiny. You can read some selected reviews of them below.
BERLIN SYNDROME “A young woman is the victim of… Read More
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