BY DEAN KAVANAGH
The iconic work of filmmaker Roy Spence comes to the Irish Film Institute’s IFI Player
To celebrate the release of Generation Wealth on July 20th, and our preview on July 17th followed by an exclusive recorded Q&A with director Lauren Greenfield hosted by journalist Kate Muir (tickets), we’ve got a very special prize to give away.
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Two new releases and one returning classic grace our screens from Friday the 6th of July. Mary Shelley is a biopic starring Elle Fanning as the leading lights in gothic literature, and it was shot in Ireland! Whitney is a… Read More
We were thrilled to host a special preview of new documentary Whitney on July 3rd 2018 with director Kevin MacDonald attending for a Q&A. The Oscar winning filmmaker behind Touching the Void and The Last King of Scotland talked with… Read More
Orlagh Collins, co-producer of Mary Shelley, gives some behind-the-scenes insight into how the film came about. Mary Shelley opens at the IFI on July 7th (tickets).
When I was asked by Parallel Films to co-produce a film charting the complex and… Read More
Read on for a full run down of our events at the IFI for July 2018 – including James Cameron classic Aliens in 70mm!
NEW RELEASES From July 6th: The Deer Hunter, Mary Shelley, Whitney From July 13th: First Reformed,… Read More
Two new films are released on June 29th 2018: Irish drama Dublin Oldschool starring Emmet Kirwan (and based on his play) and the emotional documentary Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda, a portrait of the Japanese composer.
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We couldn’t be more thrilled to be bringing Steven Spielberg’s seminal shocker Jaws back to the big screen on June 27th (with an intro by Sinéad Gleeson no less!) and we’ve got a very special competition to celebrate.
Jaws is… Read More
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME PROGRAMME 2: JULY 2018
THE HAPPY PRINCE
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