Join us for free daily lunchtime screenings of short films from the IFI Film Archive collections. Simply collect your tickets at the IFI Box Office.
Throughout July, we explore Irish holiday camps on film.
Amharc Éireann Compilation... Read More
Times: 13.00 (free tickets from IFI Box Office)
This story of Cuban spies being sent undercover to America in the ‘90s follows their recruitment, training and eventual capture on U.S. soil and reveals a secret world of false identities, love affairs and betrayal. Using unseen footage from the... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10, 20.40
Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War is a true story. Eric Ravilious is as compelling and enigmatic as his art. Set against the dramatic wartime locations that inspire him, Margy Kinmonth’s film brings to life this brilliant but still grossly undervalued... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.50
Nancy Stokes (Emma Thompson), a recently widowed, uptight, and rather judgemental fifty-five year-old former religious education teacher, has, against her better judgement, paid a young, charming, and impossibly good-looking sex worker – the titular Leo Grande (Daryl McCormack) – for... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.10
Following the publication of her first novel, Strangers On A Train, in 1950, the rights to make what would become the first of many cinema adaptations of Highsmith’s work were surreptitiously bought by Alfred Hitchcock, who kept his name from... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.45
The 15.20 screening on July 5th will be followed by a pre-recorded Q&A with with director Justin Kurzel and actress Essie Davis.
The Port Arthur massacre, in Tasmania, April 1996, where 35 people were murdered and 23 others injured at... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 15.30, 20.30
Opening night gala screening. Reception at 17.00 in the IFI Café Bar.
Much praised on the festival circuit and a prize-winner in the Berlin Film Festival’s Generation strand, Kateryna Gornostai’s debut fiction feature uses her background in documentary filmmaking to... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 18.00
Three features into his career, Wenders suffered a crisis of confidence, believing his previous films to be either too indebted to their influences or outright unsuccessful. His decision to make something more personal and more identifiably his own resulted in... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.20
AN CAILÍN CIÚIN
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: WATER WAYS
13.10 (free tickets from IFI Box Office)
EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE
FIRE OF LOVE
HIT THE ROAD
HOLE IN THE HEAD
MUSIC DOCS: FANNY: THE RIGHT TO ROCK
WHERE IS ANNE FRANK
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