The IFI presents From Russia with Film, a new six-week Evening Course looking at selected films from Russia’s rich film history which runs from March 21st – April 25th. 2017 marks 100 years since the Russian Revolution and our course looks at examples of Russian cinema from the Soviet era through to glasnost, and today’s film production under Putin. Russian cinema has evolved alongside distinct historic upheavals, and yielded a wealth of filmmakers, some of whom have significantly influenced the art of cinema itself.
€70 (including tea/coffee) for complete course (concessions €65). Bookings through Sharon Corrigan on 01 679 5744 or email email@example.com. Film tickets not individually sold.
Please note: The course will run on consecutive Tuesdays, starting at 18.30 unless otherwise stated. Order may vary.
MARCH 21st (18.30): Ivan the Terrible / Ivan Groznyy
Guest speaker: Justin Doherty, assistant Professor in Russian at TCD.
MARCH 28th (18.30): The Commissar / Komissar
Guest speaker: Dr Judith Devlin,history Professor at UCD.
APRIL 4th (18.30): Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears / Moskva slezam ne verit
Guest speaker: Dr Ruth Barton, Associate Professor in Film Studies (Drama) at TCD
APRIL 11th (18.30): Night Watch / Nochnoy dozor
Guest speaker: Dr Aidan Power is a postdoctoral research fellow at UCC.
APRIL 18th (18.30): Leviathan / Leviafan
Guest speaker: Retired international editor of The Irish Times and Moscow correspondent, Seamus Martin.
April 25th (18.30): Hipsters / Stilyagi
Guest speaker: Justin Doherty, Assistant Professor in Russian at TCD
To read the full press release click here.
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council