The 2016/2017 Programme is now live.

To book IFI Education events please contact Dee Quinlan or Richard Fallon on 01 679 5744 or schools@irishfilm.ie

Extra Opportunities

Film Club

Would you like to set up an after-school film club with your students? During this school year we are interested in exploring after-school film education activities and will support a number of schools in setting up pilot film clubs. We’d like to see what formats might work best – such as DVDs or streaming – what kind of films young people would choose to watch, and how IFI Education can support the teacher/facilitator. If you’re interested, please contact Alicia on amcgivern@irishfilm.ie

 

 

Special Events

FRESH FILM FESTIVAL HEATS

The Dublin Heats of Ireland’s Young Filmmaker Awards at Fresh Festival will take place at the IFI. If you entereted, or would just like an opportunity to see some of the fantastic films being made by Ireland’s latest generation of young filmmakers, then this is the event for you.

Admission is FREE but booking is essential through Fresh Film Festival on 061 319 555 or via info@freshfilmfestival.net. School groups and individuals are welcome.

IFI

  • 8th March

IFI SCHOOLS: WORLD BOOK DAY – MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

Recommended age 15+

Adaptation of the best-selling Young Adult fantasy tale about an orphaned boy who follows a trail of mysterious photographs that lead him to an abandoned orphanage on a Welsh island. Who better to capture the dark mood of the novel than master of the gothic, Tim Burton. The director’s distinctive visual style and preference for off-beat characters is ideally suited to the novel’s combination of vintage photos, mysterious settings and peculiars, gifted nonpeculiars and animals.

Join us and special guests for World Book Day 2017.

Director: Tim Burton

USA/Belgium/UK, 2016, Adventure/Fantasy

 

Screening as part of the 2016/2017 IFI Schools Programme.

Download the programme here.

Cert: 15A

IFI

  • 2nd March

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