WHAT'S ON - 18/07/2019

  • APOLLO 11

    In the 50 years since Neil Armstrong took one small step, the story of the moon landing has been the subject of any number of documentaries and features. However, despite our familiarity with the events around... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.10 | 18.30

  • ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME JULY 2019: PROG 1

    GROOVY MOVIES Join us for daily free films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect tickets at IFI Box Office.

    PROGRAMME ONE MESSING WITH THE KIDS: POP MUSIC AND YOUTH CULTURE IN IRELAND Father Brian D’Arcy, speaking from a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.10

  • NEVER LOOK AWAY

    EXCLUSIVELY AT IFI†

    Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (The Lives of Others, 2006) returns to recent German history for his Oscar-nominated third feature, an intimate epic which explores the intersection of personal experience, politics and art for a young couple in... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00

  • OUR TIME

    EXCLUSIVELY AT IFI†

    Carlos Reygadas (Silent Light, Battle in Heaven) turns the camera on himself in this tale of a marriage at breaking point.

    Reygadas and his real-life wife Natalia López play Juan and Esther, who live a peaceful yet... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.40

  • THE BRINK

    IFI FILM CLUB: Join members of the IFI team for an informal discussion following the 18.15 screening on Wednesday 17th.

    When Steve Bannon left his position as White House Chief Strategist less than a week after the Charlottesville rally in August... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16.20 | 20.30

  • THE DEAD DON’T DIE

    There will be Open Captioned screenings at 16.00 on Friday 12th and 18.15 on Thursday 18th.

    The zombie apocalypse comes to small-town America in Jim Jarmusch’s typically droll comedy, for which he has assembled a cast to die for.

    Laconic... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.40 | 16.00 | 18.15 (OC) | 20.40

  • VITA AND VIRGINIA

    Vita and Virginia details the intimate relationship between literary trailblazer Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki) and her muse, the novelist and poet Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton). Drawing on their passionate correspondence, the film celebrates the unconventional and intoxicating relationship which flourished... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20.10

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