Jackie is in cinemas now (book tickets), and it’s a mesmerising portrait of the days surrounding the assassination of JFK in 1963.
Pablo Larraín’s film is all told from the perspective of Jackie Kennedy, in a remarkable… Read More
January 20th 2017: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud to again partner with the Audi Dublin International Film Festival to present four films at its Temple Bar venue this February. The screenings include premieres of Paddy Cahill’s Amanda… Read More
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January 20th 2017: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud to again partner with the Audi Dublin International Film Festival to present four films at its Temple Bar venue this February. The screenings include… Read More
It’s that time of the year again when the Audi Dublin International Film Festival rolls into town.
In 2017, the festival will run from the 16th to the 26th of February and will welcome a host of Irish and international… Read More
Opening sequence of ‘Portrait of Dublin’ from the IFI Player
This is the fifth in a series of blogs about the Liam O’Leary Archive, a collaborative project between the Irish Film Institute and the National Library of Ireland.
Previous blogs… Read More
27 years on, there’s no denying that Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas it not only a peerless example of the gangster genre but an all-out classic from one of the few remaining masters of cinema – we can’t wait to bring… Read More
Rotten Tomatoes is an amazing resource full of reviews from around the world all certified fresh (or not!) and collated together to give an overview of opinions on film releases.
It’s a great way to get a snapshot of a… Read More
Manchester by the Sea is out now, and it’s a truly emotional drama which confronts issues of loss and grief and life in a way that’s powerful and true and also filled with veins of dark humour.
The film stars… Read More
Step behind the scenes on new movie Whiplash to find out how writer/director Damien Chazelle and a team and talented artisans pulled off the look of the film.
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