June 23rd 2020: Following the announcement by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Thursday, March 12th in relation to COVID-19, the Irish Film Institute cinemas, filmshop, café bar and library remain closed to the public.
In light of restrictions on indoor… Read More
June 18th 2020: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud to announce a new partnership with the London Irish Centre to bring film heritage to Irish communities in London and across the UK. Reels From Home: Irish Film Heritage at Your Fingertips brings… Read More
The IFI is delighted to announce that the Joyce on Film collection is now available to view worldwide on the IFI Player at www.ifiplayer.ie/james-joyce.
The five short films included are preserved in the IFI Irish Film Archive and are a… Read More
May 25th 2020: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is pleased to announce that Anna Rodgers’s acclaimed documentary When Women Won is now exclusively free-to-view worldwide on the IFI Player. The film, which recently premiered at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival, will… Read More
May 13th 2020: Following the huge success of last year’s release of The Loopline Collection Vol. 1, which featured rare footage of U2 playing an early gig in Dublin, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) is delighted today to release the… Read More
Are you a film buff? Do you enjoy sharing your love of movies with others Would you like to attend the Venice Film Festival? Here’s your chance to be part of this year’s 27 Times Cinema!
Co-organised with the… Read More
The new IFI Podcast series is now available!
Whether it’s new releases that are available to view-on-demand, deep dives into your favourite classics, or interviews with film fans, the IFI Podcast team have all you need to keep you entertained… Read More
In the first of a new short season of podcasts released from Friday, May 1st, Stephen Boylan chats with IFI programmers David O’Mahony and Kevin Coyne about some recent IFI gems you may have missed that you can now watch… Read More
An exciting online edition of the Young Audience Award 2020 has come to a conclusion, with My Brother Chases Dinosaurs being announced as the winner on Sunday April 26th. 2,000 Young Jurors, aged 12 – 14, from 32 European countries elected the… Read More
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