With IFI Stranger Than Fiction running over the weekend, live music gigs in the foyer, a release of Woody Allen’s long-anticipated Blue Jasmine and late night screenings, including Robin Hardy’s cult classic The Wicker Man, make it a weekend of film celebrations at the IFI!
If there’s one place to visit this weekend, it must be the IFI! Our annual documentary film festival, IFI Stranger Than Fiction, kicks off tonight with an Irish premiere of The Great Hip Hop Hoax, followed by a selection of the very best Irish and international films and Q&As with special guests. Wicklow-based The Cujo Family will be performing live on Saturday in the foyer, following a screening of Where The Blue Flowers Grow, and everyone is invited to join us for a series of workshops and discussions with leading figures from the industry about how to develop your documentary filmmaking skills and career.
To celebrate the release of Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, the 40th anniversary of The Wicker Man and the release of Mister John from Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, we’ve also added some extra screenings on this weekend. You can catch Blue Jasmine on Friday at 22.30 & Saturday at 22.50, Mister John on Friday at 22.40 & Saturday at 22.15, and The Wicker Man on Friday at 22.30 & Saturday at 22.15.
Bookings: 01-6793477Book online.
Why not avail of our special offers in the IFI Cafe Bar?Going to a late-evening screening? Why not chat about the film over a glass of white or red for just €4 after in the IFI Café Bar? Collect your voucher* when leaving the screening and present it to bar staff to claim this special offer.
Or simply get two bottles of O’Hara’s Irish craft beer for just €10!
* One voucher entitles you to one glass of either Chilensis Sauvignon Blanc or Chilensis Merlot for €4 after the screening on that night only (available until bar closing time). Late-evening screenings are those that start any time after 8pm. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers.
ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED
AN CAILÍN CIÚIN
13.10, 16.30, 20.00 (OC)
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