4th – 8th December // World Among Us – Ireland // City Library, Ljubljana, Slovenia
3rd – 4th November // IrishFest Atlanta // Atlanta, USA
4th November // How Green is the Emerald Isle? // University of St Thomas in Minnesota, Center for Irish Studies // Minnesota, USA
3rd – 4th October // Bram Stoker – From Terror to Other Vampires // Academic conference at the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana, facilitated by the Department of Foreign Affairs // Mexico
8th – 18th November // Panorama of European Films // Cairo, Egypt
9th – 23rd November // European Union Film Festival // Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Canada
13th, 15th and 19th November // Irish Film Festival, Nova Southeastern University // Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
29th November – 3rd December // Irish Film Festival London // London, UK
5th – 9th October // Irish Film Week, Oulu // Oulu, Finland
6th – 8th October // Irish Film Festival, Bangkok // Bangkok, Thailand
21st – 23rd September // Irish Film Festival, San Francisco // San Francisco, USA
25th October // Irish in Film – 10th anniversary series // College of Arts & Sciences Irish Studies program, Fairfield University, Connecticut, USA
26th – 27th October // Irish Film Days / Zilele Filmului Irlandez // Bucharest, Romania
27th – 29th October // Vevey International Funny Film Festival (VIFFF) // Vevey, Switzerland
21st – 24th September // Irish Screen America // Los Angeles, USA
20th – 30th September // British and Irish Festival // Luxembourg
29th September – 1st October // Irish Reels Festival // Seattle, USA
29th September – 1st October // Irish Screen America // New York, USA
17th – 20th August // Irish Focus at the Festival Hviezdne noci Bytča // The Dead Man of ARAN, Young Cassidy, The Quiet Man, Poitín, Irish Destiny, My Left Foot, Sing Street, The Secret of Kells, Adam and Paul, A Date for Mad Mary, Song of the Sea // Slovakia
28th August – 3rd September // Odense International Film Festival // Animated Ireland & The Long and Short of It // Odense, Denmark.
14th – 27th August // Cultural Trauma in Ireland and Brazil // Jimmy’s Hall, Hunger, The Butcher Boy, 1916:The Irish Rebellion, In the Name of the Father // São Paulo, Brazil.
9th – 30th June // A Celebration of James Joyce // Ulysses, Bloom // Vilnius, Lithuania
16th June // Centre Culturel Irlandais // Bloom // Paris, France
22nd June // Irish Film London ‘Irish Film Makers Meet Up’ // London, UK
22nd – 24th June // Contemporary Irish Film Festival // Yu Ming is Aimn Dom // Syracuse, New York, USA
26th June // John Boorman Season at Cinematheque Francais // The Making of Excalibut // Paris, France
4th May – 28th May // European Film Festival // History’s Future // Bucharest, Romania
8th May // Glasgow Film Theatre // Rocky Road to Dublin, Making of Rocky Road to Dublin, Philomena, I Could Read the Sky, Hubert Butler: Witness to the Future // Glasgow, Scotland
9th May // CCI, Paris // A Date for Mad Mary // Paris, France
10th May // Michael Smiley intros Adam and Paul at the BFI // Adam and Paul // London, UK
12th May // European Film Festival // 32A // Sierra Leone & Liberia,
15th – 19th May // Irish Film Week // Once, Sing Street, The Yellow Bittern, The Book of Kells, Song of the Sea, Good Vibrations // Zaghreb, Croatia
18th May – 1st July // European Film Festival // Pavee Lackeen // Brazil
19th – 20th May // European Film Festival // The Queen of Ireland // Vietnam
29th March – 5th April // Irish Film Festival, Australia // Sydney, Australia
30th March – 2nd April // Irish Film Festa // Rome, Italy
31st March – 2nd April // Irish Film Festival // Ottawa, Canada
7th April // Cinegael // Montreal, Canada
8th – 18th April // European Film Festival // Prague, Czech Republic
19th April – 15th May // Festival Eurocine // Bogota, Columbia
25th April // New York Irish Arts Centre // New York, USA
2nd – 5th March // Capital Irish Film Festival // Washington D.C., USA
2nd – 5th March // Chicago Irish Film Festival // Chicago, USA
3rd – 11th March // Animation Ireland // Hong Kong, China
3rd – 15th March // Irish Film Season at the Danish Film Institute // Copenhagen, Denmark
14th – 22nd March // Belgrade Irish Film Festival // Belgrade, Serbia
15th – 26th March // Moscow Irish Film Festival // Moscow, Russia
16th – 19th March // Shebeen Flick – Irish Film Festival // Berlin, Germany
16th – 22nd March // Irish Film Programme at the INCAA // Buenos Aires, Argentina
20th March // Shebeen Flick – Irish Film Festival // Düsseldorf, Germany
23rd – 26th March // Irish Film Festival, Boston // Boston, USA
3rd – 17th February // Cinégael Montreal // Bobby Sands: 66 Days, We are Moving: Memories of Miss Moriarty // Montréal, Canada
3rd – 12th February // Ciné Sans Frontières // You’re Ugly Too // La Teste-de-Buch, France
11th – 19th February // Festival Ciné O’Clock: Cinéma britannique & irlandais // One Millions Dubliners, Good Vibrations, Room, Sing Street // Lyon, France
21st February // Centre Culturel Irlandais // The Country Girls // Paris, France
17th January // Centre Culturel Irlandais // Thanks to Your Noble Shadow + Q&A with Director James Creedon // Paris, France.
20th January // Cinégael Montreal // The Young Offenders // Montreal, Canada.
21st January // Irish Language, A Day of Irish Literature, Film and Song // Irish Language Shorts – Bungalow Bliss, Cuilín Dualach, Rubaí // University of Liverpool in London, England.
26th – 29th January // Internationales Filmwochende 2017 // The Queen of Ireland // Würzburg, Germany
3rd – 26th November // Ireland and Britain, 1916-2016: A Centenary of Cinematic Conversation // co-presented by Irish Film Institute and Irish Film Festival London // London, U.K.
Details listed below:
At the Ritzy Picturehouse, 3rd – 22nd November:
3rd November, Guests of the Nation with live musical accompaniment by Josh Johnston
8th November, Let’s Be Famous
10th November, Daughter of Darkness
15th November, She Didn’t Say No
17th November, This Other Eden
22nd November, I Was Happy Here
At the Barbican Cinemas, 24th November:
Irish Film Institute 1916 Centenary Ciné-Concert with live musical accompaniment by Cormac de Barra, Colm Ó Snodaigh and Rossa Ó Snodaigh.
At Birkbeck University London Cinema, 26th November:
Maeve with director Pat Murphy, films by Vivienne Dick, Daisy Chain and Over Here, hosted Professor Lance Pettitt, Associate Tutor in English and Film at Birkbeck, University of London
5th November // IrishFest Atlanta // Short film programme Give Up Yer Aul Sins, Yu Ming Is Ainm Dom, Páistí Ag Obair, Irish Folk Furniture, Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion, The Herd, A Terrible Hullabaloo and Cuilín Dualach // Atlanta, U.S.
15th and 22nd November // EFACIS Irish Itinerary at the Apollo Cinema, Debrecen // Good Vibrations and Bobby Sands: 66 Days // Debrecen, Hungary
22nd November // Football as Never Before with live musical accompaniment // Home, Manchester, U.K.
23rd – 27th November // Irish Film Festival, London // Keep an eye on the website for programme announcements // London, U.K.
5th – 9th October // Irish Film Week // Mise Éire, 1916: The Irish Rebellion, Rebellion // Oulu, Finland.
7th – 9th October // The Irish Reels Film Festival // My Name is Emily, Mammal, You’re Ugly Too //Seattle, U.S.
22nd – 30th October // Molodist International Film Festival // Viva // Kiev, Ukraine.
27th – 28th October // Zilele Filmului Irlandez (Irish Film Days) // Sing Street, You’re Ugly Too, Stutterer and Love is a Sting // Bucharest, Romania.
16th-24th September // San Sebastian International Film Festival // Omagh, Bloody Sunday, Hunger as part of the ‘Act of Killing’ film strand // San Sebastian, Spain.
21st September – 1st October // British and Irish Film Season // Mammal, Atlantic, 1916:The Irish Rebellion, After ’16 Short films // Luxembourg.
22nd – 24th September // San Francisco Irish Film Festival // Sing Street, An Klondike, Mickybo and Me // San Francisco, USA.
22nd – 25th September // Irish Screen America – Los Angeles // Queen of Ireland, Twice Shy, // Los Angeles, USA.
28th September – 26th October // Irish in Film Series – Fairfield University // Pilgrim Hill, Michael Collins, August Rush, ’71, Brooklyn // Connecticut, USA.
28th September // Irish Film Evening – Slovenia Kinoteca // After ’16, Plough and The Stars // Ljubljana, Slovenia.
30th September – 1st October // Irish American Home Society Film Festival // Glastonbury, CT, USA.
30th September – 4th October // Irish Screen America – New York // Queen of Ireland, Can’t Cope Won’t Cope & more // New York, USA.
20th August // Lange Nacht der Filmfestivals // Bargaintown // Berlin, Germany.
19-29th August // Vama sub Lumini de Oscar, International Festival of Visual Arts // Dreamtime Revisited // Vama Veche, Romania.
31st July – 1st August // Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival // 1916:The Irish Rebellion, An Klondike, see website for full details // U.S.A.
5th June, 30th June // European Film Festival // Good Vibrations // Belem, Manaus, Brazil
11th – 19th June // Shanghai International Film Festival // Pursuit // Shanghai, China
14th June // New York Irish Arts Centre // A Doctor’s Sword // New York, U.S.A.
24th – 26th June // Céad: A Weekend of Irish Arts // London Irish Centre, UK
3rd May // Ciné CCI at the Les Trois Luxembourg Cinema, presented by Centre Culturel Irlandais // You’re Ugly Too with guest Mark Noonan // Paris, France
5th – 29th May // European Film Festival // Glassland // Bucharest, Romania
10th – 22nd May // European Film Festival// Song of the Sea // Singapore
10th – 24th May // European Film Festival// His and Hers // Maputo, Mozambique
17th May // New York Irish Arts Centre // Fortune’s Wheel with guests Joe Lee and Lorraine Kennedy //New York, United States
18th – 24th May // European Film Festival at the Musée de la Civilisation // Noble // Quebec City, Canada
19th May // European Film Festival // What Richard Did // Freetown, Sierra Leone
26th – 28th May // European Short Film Festival, Canadian Film Institute // Stutterer // Ottawa, Canada
May // European Film Festival // Kings // Vietnam
28th May // Ireland 100: President Kennedy in Ireland, Irish Film Institute screenings, Kennedy Arts Centre // Dr. Harvey O’Brien presents several films from the IFI Irish Film Archive examining President John F. Kennedy’s visit to Ireland in the summer of 1963. // Washington, United States.
1st – 3rd April // Ottawa Irish Film Festival // Glassland, Standby, Into the West, IFI Newsreel & Actuality Programme: Ireland 1916-1923 (see website for full programme) //Ottawa, Canada.
6th – 10th April // Film Ireland // Viva, Sing Street, The Lobster, Calvary, Michael Collins, Song of the Sea// Hong Kong, China.
5th – 27th April // Days of European Film Festival // You’re Ugly Too // Prague, Czech Republic.
7th – 16th April // Titanic International Film Festival // My Name is Emily //Budapest, Hungary.
7th – 10th April // Rome Irish Film Festa // See website for programme announcements / Italy.
7th – 10th April // Irish Film Festival // Glassland, After ’16, Pursuit, Older than Ireland, Song of the Sea (see website for full programme) // Sydney, Australia.
20th April // The Cohens and The Kellys, Cuala Irish Festival NYC // Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York, USA
22nd – 30th April // Ireland 2016: Centenary Film Programme // IFI Newsreel Programme: Ireland 1916, Michael Collins, Ryan’s Daughter, Young Cassidy, Mise Éire (see website for full programme) // Cinematheque, Vancouver, Canada.
24th April // Luxembourg Cinematheque // 1916:The Irish Rebellion // Luxembourg
24th April // New York Centenary Commemoration // Rebellion, Mise Éire, Selection of short films // New York, United States
24th April // Irish Film London at the Bertha Dochouse // 1916: The Irish Rebellion // London, United Kingdom
3rd – 6th March // Capital Irish Film Festival, Washington, USA.
3rd – 6th March // Chicago Irish Film Festival // An Klondike, The Survivalist, Traders, After ’16 plus shorts programme // Chicago, USA.
4th March // Cinegael Montreal at the Concordia University // Patrick’s Day // Montreal, Canada.
10th – 13th March // Irish Film Festival // Pat Shortt Focus, You’re Ugly Too, Older than Ireland, Unbreakable: The Mark Pollock Story plus shorts programme (see website for details) // Boston, USA.
13th March // Irish Film London, at the Mayor of London’s St. Patrick’s Festival // Sing Street //London, UK.
13th March // Irish Film London, at the Mayor of London’s St. Patrick’s Festival // Shorts Film Programme, (see website for details) // London, UK.
14th – 22nd March // Belgrade Irish Festival // Michael Collins, The Wind that Shakes the Barley, Room, After ’16, The Stag, 1916: The Irish Rebellion, Hubert Butler:Witness to the Future (see website for full details) // Belgrade, Serbia.
15th – 19th March // Sarajevo Irish Festival // Michael Collins, The Crying Game, 1916: The Irish Rebellion // Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
16th – 27th March // Irish Film Week // Room, Glassland, You’re Ugly Too, Patrick’s Day, I Used to Live Here, My Name is Emily, Michael Collins, (see website for details) // Moscow, Russia.
16th March // Irish Film London at The Photographers Gallery // 1916: The Irish Rebellion // London, UK.
17th – 20th March // Shebeen Flick, Irish Film Festival // Bargaintown, I Used to Live Here, The Commitments, Older Than Ireland, Glassland, Lost in the Living // Berlin, Germany.
18th March // Embassy of Ireland // Kings // Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
19th March // Easter Rising: Artists Now, Whitechapel Gallery // Mise Éire, Talk with Desperate Optimists, Living in a Coded Land, (see website for details) // London, UK.
28th March // Aisling Society of Sydney // Irish Destiny //Australia
5th Feb // Cinegael Montreal at the Concordia University // The Stag // Montreal, Canada.
14th Feb // Cinema Britannique & Irlandais, Ciné O’Clock // Gold // Lyon, France.
17th Feb – 15th March // Irish Film Fortnight at the Cinema Odyssée // Good Vibrations, Gold, One Million Dubliners, Rocky Road to Dublin // Strasbourg, France.
19th Feb // Cinegael Montreal at the Concordia University // You’re Ugly Too // Montreal, Canada.
22nd Jan // Cinegael Montreal at the Concordia University, // Noble // Montreal, Canada
30th Jan – 2nd Feb // Internationales Filmwochenende (International Film Weekend), // Gold // Wurzburg, Germany,
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