Celebrating the work of IFI International, our friends at Air France are giving one lucky winner the amazing prize of 2 return flights to Johannesburg!
The Irish Film Institute is the Home for Film in Ireland, bringing audiences throughout Ireland the finest independent, Irish and international cinema.
We are the custodians of Ireland’s unique and precious moving image heritage, through the IFI Irish Film Archive, which holds over 30,000 cans of film, from feature films to documentaries, amateur footage and newsreels, including our competition extract from Gael Linn’s newsreel film clip of the Air France Caravelle jet landing in Dublin airport in April 1961!
IFI National takes programmes of local interest to venues all around the country while IFI International curates Irish film programmes for over 100 festivals and cultural organisations in 50 countries each year.
Alongside our year-round programme of films, the IFI presents four flagship festivals: IFI Family Festival (June), IFI Documentary Festival (September), IFI Horrorthon (October) and the IFI French Film Festival (November).
Become an IFI Member or IFI Friend and help support the IFI’s vital work in preserving and restoring Ireland’s unique and precious moving image heritage, and engaging young people through our national education programme, as well as continuing to provide the best Irish, international and independent cinema for audiences to enjoy. IFI Members and IFI Friends enjoy a range if benefits including cheaper tickets, discounts and much more! Join today and avail of our Special Open Day Offers!
To enter the competition, answer the question below or enter in person at the IFI International desk on IFI Open Day (2nd July 2016):
Q. IFI International brings Irish films to 50 countries each year and throughout the year we present French cinema at the IFI. In which month will the 2016 IFI French Film Festival take place?
THE COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
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The IFI is supported by The Arts Council