Review Roundup: On Chesil Beach, The Breadwinner and Zama

Three new films are out this week: On Chesil Beach starring Saoirse Ronan, The Breadwinner from Irish company Cartoon Saloon (Song of the Sea) and Zama, the new film from Lucrecia Martel after a nine year wait.

Check out some reviews… Read More

Review Roundup: Filmworker, Jeune Femme, The Colour of Pomengranates

Three new films open at the IFI on Friday May 18th: Intimate documentary Filmworker about Leon Vitali, who was Stanley Kubrick’s right hand man for 20 years. The award-winning Jeune Femme starring Laetitia Dosch as a young woman trying to find… Read More

Review Roundup: Redoubtable, The Young Karl Marx, Look Back in Anger

Three new films release today: The Young Karl Marx, Redoubtable and Look Back in Anger.

Read on for a selection of reviews and pop into the IFI to make up your own mind!

REDOUBTABLE “It’s carried off with an irreverence… Read More

IFI DOCFEST 2018 ANNOUNCES CALL FOR IRISH ENTRIES

IFI Press Release: 9th May 2018

IFI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES A CALL FOR ENTRIES FROM IRISH DOCUMENTARY MAKERS. 

This year’s IFI Documentary Festival, running from September 27th to 30th, is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish filmmakers… Read More

Review Roundup: Tully, Lean on Pete and A Cambodian Spring

Three new films arrive this week, including motherhood drama Tully starring Charlize Theron, Andrew Haigh’s follow up to 45 Years, Lean on Pete, and powerful documentary A Cambodian Spring.

Read on for some opinions from critics and why not pop… Read More

THE IRISH FILM INSTITUTE LAUNCHES THE IRISH INDEPENDENCE FILM COLLECTION

May 3rd 2018: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud to announce the launch of the Irish Independence Film Collection, a culturally significant collection of Irish newsreel material from the period 1900-1930. The films, numbering over 150 in total, provide… Read More

MAY AT THE IFI

Read on for a full run-down of our events at the IFI for May 2018!

NEW RELEASES From May 4th: A Cambodian Spring, Lean on Pete, Tully From May 11th: Look Back in Anger, Redoubtable, The Young Karl Marx From… Read More

MAY EVENTS AT THE IFI

A look at the cultural legacy of Lady Augusta Gregory, a season of iconic thrillers, and a fantastic selection of new releases from across the globe headline a packed May at the IFI.

May at the IFI sees a… Read More

IFI & ABBEY THEATRE CELEBRATE THE CULTURAL LEGACY OF LADY GREGORY

IRISH FILM INSTITUTE & ABBEY THEATRE CELEBRATE THE CULTURAL LEGACY OF LADY GREGORY ON SATURDAY, MAY 12th WITH A PANEL DISCUSSION AND A DAY OF SCREENINGS

April 26th, 2018: The Irish Film Institute, in collaboration with the Abbey Theatre, is delighted to… Read More

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