IFI Open Day returns on Saturday, July 2nd with a day of free films and activities at the IFI

IFI Press Release: June 13th, 2016

IFI Open Day returns on Saturday, July 2nd for a full day of FREE films and activities at the Irish Film Institute in Temple Bar.

A key event in every cineaste’s calendar, the IFI Open Day is a chance for film fans to sample a programme of films specially curated to show the wide range of cinema on offer at the IFI all year round – from catching an exclusive preview of Nicolas Winding Refn’s acclaimed Neon Demon to enjoying a 35mm screening of 1933 ‘scream queen’ classic, King Kong – as well as exploring other facets of the organisation, from the IFI Irish Film Archive to its projection facilities. This year, there will be a NEW IFI Open Day ticketing system: film tickets will be released an hour before each film’s scheduled screening time. Simply queue at the relevant desk in the IFI foyer to pick up tickets (maximum two tickets per person per film) and then enjoy your free movie.

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IFI OPEN DAY 2016 – TIMETABLE

13.00 WHITE HEAT

13.30 AMATEUR

14.00 PLAY ON! SHAKESPEARE IN SILENT FILM

14.00 PROJECTION BOOTH TOUR

15.00 PROJECTION BOOTH TOUR

15.30 SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS

15.45 DISCO PIGS

16.00 THE CLAN (EL CLAN)

16.30 PROJECTION BOOTH TOUR

17.00 PROJECTION BOOTH TOUR

17.45 KING KONG

18.00 HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE

18.20 THE VIRGIN SPRING (JUNGFRUKÄLLAN)

20.00 THE NEON DEMON

20.15 AUDIENCE CHOICE

20.30 PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE

22.30 THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT

22.45 REPO MAN

 

Tickets available one hour prior to each scheduled screening. Maximum two tickets per person per screening.

Please note: Projection Booth tour times are 14.00, 15.00, 16.30 and 17.00. Places are limited – pre-book your tickets by emailing Sharon Corrigan (scorrigan@irishfilm.ie) or by calling 01 679 5744.

 

IFI Open Day is supported by ExpertAir and Totally Dublin.

 

For more information and high-res images, please contact Deirdre O’Reilly at the IFI Press Office (01 679 5744 or doreilly@irishfilm.ie).

 

The IFI acknowledges the financial support of the Arts Council.

 


The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland