World Aids Day screening followed by a discussion with Anna Rodgers, Shaun Dunne, Robbie Lawlor and Michael Clancy, hosted by Tonie Walsh.
IFI & aemi present the first screening in Ireland dedicated to the the work of the internationally acclaimed American artist and filmmaker.
Crash Ensemble, Ireland’s leading new music ensemble, celebrate their 25th birthday with a series of events including this screening of [REACTIONS].
The Irish Film Institute is Ireland’s national cultural institute for film. We provide audiences throughout Ireland with access to the finest independent, Irish and international cinema, preserve and promote Ireland’s moving image heritage, and provide opportunities for audiences of all ages and backgrounds to learn and critically engage with film.
Three renovated screens showing films in the heart of Temple Bar.
Stream the best of IFI programming from the comfort of your home.
Preserving film reels, digital materials and document collections.
Watch archival Irish films for free worldwide. Explore cultural heritage.
The IFI’s global streaming service, making Irish film available worldwide.
The IFI’s Educational schools programme, in the IFI, touring, and online at IFI@Schools.
A haven for film foodies with an indoor café and a terrace, open every day 11am - 11pm.
Shop a vast array of DVDs, Blu-rays and books online in our store in Temple Bar.
Enjoy a fantastic range of films all year round at the special Member's ticket price, plus many other great benefits!
By donating, you help support all aspects of the IFI's unique work, including preserving Ireland's previous moving heritage.
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