WHAT'S ON - 04/10/2020

  • GAZE 2020: BloodSisters

    To pre-order BloodSisters, click here. The film will be available to view from Sunday, October 4th at 17.00.

    IFI@HOME EXCLUSIVE

    “S/M is about finding your own boundaries and moving beyond… claiming your own agency.” So declares one of the protagonists of... Read More

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    Times: 17.00

  • GAZE 2020: Irish Shorts

    To pre-order the collection of Irish shorts, click here. The collection will be available to view from Sunday, October 4th at 16.00.

    An array of Irish talent from all sides of the border create an excitingly diverse collection of drama, animation... Read More

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    Times: 16.00

  • GAZE 2020: No Hard Feelings

    To pre-order No Hard Feelings, click here. The film will be available to view from Sunday, October 4th at 20.00.

    IFI@HOME EXCLUSIVE

    Closing the 28th edition of GAZE is a film about youth, life and divided futures. No Hard Feelings is... Read More

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    Times: 20.00

  • GAZE 2020: Suk Suk

    To pre-order Suk Suk, click here. The film will be available to view from Sunday, October 4th at 13.15.

    IRISH PREMIERE

    IFI@HOME EXCLUSIVE

    Pak is a taxi driver who should have retired by now. Every day he follows the same... Read More

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    Times: 13.15

  • GAZE 2020: Townhall Talk: The Father’s Project

    To pre-order Townhall Talk: The Father’s Project, click here. The film will be available to view from Sunday, October 4th at 12.30.

    IFI@HOME EXCLUSIVE

    What if AIDS never happened?

    The coronavirus has shown the world what a pandemic looks like. Ordinary... Read More

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    Times: 12.30

  • GAZE 2020: Trans and Genderqueer Shorts

    To pre-order the collection of trans and genderqueer shorts, click here. The collection will be available to view from Saturday, October 4th at 13.00.

    Like art, trans identity has many forms and expressions. Witness the best of it in this multi-coloured... Read More

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    Times: 13.00

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