Irish Film Institute -

WHAT'S ON - 11/06/2024

  • ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: TRACES OF JOYCE (PROGRAMME 2)

    Join us for free screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive daily in June. Simply collect your tickets online (with a small booking fee) or at IFI Box Office.

    PROGRAMME TWO

    SEE YOU AT THE PILLAR

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    BOOK NOW Times: 12:45

  • BETTE DAVIS: THE LETTER

    Based on a W. Somerset Maugham play, The Letter is a compelling study of human duplicity that grips with the tension of a thriller. The setting is a colonial outpost in Malaysia; Leslie Crosbie (Davis), the wife of a British... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18:30

  • HERE

    A chance encounter between Stefan (Stefan Gota), a Romanian construction worker, and Shuxiu (Liyo Gong), a Belgian-Chinese bryologist (an expert in the study of moss and lichen), is to prove transformative for both characters in Bas Devos’s exquisite miniature, a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16:15, 18:00

  • LA CHIMERA

    On his release from prison, Arthur (Josh O’Connor) immediately visits Flora (Isabella Rossellini), mother of his lost love. Although Arthur’s tendency is to keep to himself, he soon falls in with a group of tombaroli, grave robbers who loot the... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 20:35

  • ROSALIE

    In France in the 1870s, Rosalie (Nadia Tereszkiewicz) is a young woman unlike any other. Born with a face and body covered in hair, she has concealed her reality all her life, shaving to fit in. When Abel (Benoît Magimel),... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 16:00, 20:50

  • THE BEAST (LA BÊTE)

    An intoxicating, unclassifiable, centuries-spanning mélange of love, obsession, existential anxiety, and dystopian futurism, Bertrand Bonello’s visionary The Beast lays justifiable claim to being the most bracingly original French film of the year. We first encounter Gabrielle (Léa Seydoux), a woman... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13:00, 20:00

  • THE DEAD DON’T HURT

    Set in the 1860s, Viggo Mortensen’s second outing as writer-director, after Falling in 2020, is an elegant, beautifully realised feminist western starring Mortensen himself and Vicky Krieps as immigrants attempting to forge a new life against considerable odds. In a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13:30, 18:10


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