WHAT'S ON - 14/11/2019

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: INVISIBLES

    L’Envol, an urban shelter for homeless women in northernFrance, offers a warm shower, a hot meal, a little camaraderie and some career guidance. Threatened with closure by local government, the workers have three months to find an alternative for the... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 16.00

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: LA BELLE ÉPOQUE

    Victor (Daniel Auteuil), a disillusioned sexagenarian, watches helplessly as his marriage falls apart. When Antoine (Guillaume Canet), a rising entrepreneur and family friend offers him the chance to use a new service that will allow him to get transported back... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 20.45

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: SOMEONE, SOMEWHERE

    The screening on Thursday 14th will be followed by a Q+A with Cédric Klapisch.

    30-somethings Rémy (François Civil) and Mélanie (Ana Girardot) both live alone in Paris. They take the same Métro, shop in the same grocery store, and go... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 18.10 (+Q&A)

  • MEETING GORBACHEV

    Legendary director Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Fitzcarraldo) returns with Meeting Gorbachev, one of his most fascinating and moving films, an intimate portrait of a man who changed the course of history.

    From a humble upbringing in a small village to... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.10, 18.20

  • MONOS

    In a makeshift encampment high in the mountains, a group of eight teenagers, troops in The Organisation, spend their days being put through gruelling physical drills and watching over their American hostage (Julianne Nicholson). The team is led by Dog... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 16.00

  • NON-FICTION

    Alain (Guillaume Canet), a Parisian publisher, is suspicious of modern reading practices, yet wonders whether he ought to capitulate and switch his literary imprint to digital. He is about to reject the latest manuscript from his old friend Leonard (Vincent... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.40

  • SORRY WE MISSED YOU

    Ken Loach’s latest searing drama explores the consequences of zero hour contracts and the gig economy for an over-stretched Newcastle family.

    Ricky (Kris Hitchen) has acquired a van and taken out a franchise with a delivery company; his unsympathetic depot... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.50, 20.20

  • THE IRISHMAN

    This film adaptation of Charles Brandt’s chronicle of the life and confessions of alleged mafia hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran reunites director Martin Scorsese with previous collaborators including Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, and writer Steven Zaillian, and... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 15.10, 19.10

Programme


The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland