Kicking off our month-long celebration of 20 years at our premises on Eustace Street, we want you to step back in time with the IFI to 1992. Yes, two whole decades really have passed since then!
So why not wander into the IFI Café Bar where you can enjoy teas and coffees at 1992 prices of just €1 each and, for those born in that year, we have a special IFI Membership offer – the first 20 customers who arrive in person at the Box Office from 12.30pm (with proof-of-age I.D.) can get a year’s membership for FREE.
We have two special screenings – Wayne’s World (18.00) and Waterland (20.00, with special guests Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack).
And what would the IFI birthday party be without some funny games? Join quiz master general Derek O’Connor for ‘Final Cut: The Ultimate IFI Movie Table Quiz’ – a FREE movie table quiz designed to test the mettle of all you faithful devoted celluloid junkies out there, a ten-round quiz monster with some seriously cool prizes on offer. Covering the entire history of cinema, with special rounds focusing on Irish film, 1992 releases (it is our 20th birthday after all) and the cinema of Dolph Lundgren (not really), this is the chance for you to finally put all the movie trivia cluttering your noggin to good use, while proving once and for all that you know more about movies than anybody else. What’s more, you’ll have a laugh. What’s more, admission is FREE!
We’ll have some great prizes to be won, including DVDs, film soundtracks, T-shirts and a special VIP Package for four to attend the Closing Night Gala & Aftershow Party at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival!
Our Table Quiz bonanza kicks off in the IFI bar this Saturday, September 1st at 8.30pm (maximum 4 to a table). And remember… nobody’s perfect! Don’t forget, you can book your table ahead by calling 01 679 8712. Update, please note that we are full to capacity for our 1992 Day table quiz. Customers are welcome to call and put their name on a waiting list.
This event is part of IFI20: Celebrating 20 Years in Temple Bar.
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council