“September 1992 marks an important date in the IFI’s history. It was the month and year that the IFI (or IFC as it was then known) opened the doors of its newly acquired home after a major conversion of the old Quaker Meeting House (which dated back to the mid-19th century) on Eustace Street, Temple Bar. It was the beginning of the latest chapter in the organisation’s history and has since been the home of one of Dublin’s most visited and accessible cultural institutions.
Celebrating 20 years at our premises on Eustace Street in Temple Bar, join us for a host of special events, screenings, previews, tours (many of them free!) and the IFI Open Weekend in September” – IFI Director Ross Keane writes in his blog.
IFI20: Celebrating 20 years in Temple Bar continues throughout September – for more information visit http://www.ifi.ie/ifi20 or follow our updates on Twitter via #IFI20.
Our September Brochure is now available to download.
HORRORTHON: BEYOND THE INFINITE TWO MINUTES
HORRORTHON: DAWN BREAKS BEHIND THE EYES
HORRORTHON: LOVE HURTS
HORRORTHON: NIGHT AT THE EAGLE INN
HORRORTHON: WOODLANDS DARK AND DAYS BEWITCHED
NEVER GONNA SNOW AGAIN
THE FRENCH DISPATCH
13.10, 15.40, 18.10, 20.30
THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF EURIDICE GUSMAO
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council