28th November 2023: #ThinkLanguages Week, a national celebration of languages and cultures, is taking place in schools across the country this week as over 15,000 transition year students look to bring to life the many personal and professional benefits of… Read More
In 2021, I published an article in the Journal Alphaville called “Archivally Absent? Female Filmmakers in the IFI Irish Film Archive”, which described the contribution of women to the collections of the Irish Film Institute and identified ways in which the… Read More
This week’s titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 24th November 2023 include Joanna Hogg’s new feature, The Eternal Daughter. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER… Read More
The board and staff of IFI are deeply saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Ross McDonnell.
Ross was a supremely talented photographer, director and an Emmy Award-winning cinematographer. In recent years we had the great pleasure… Read More
November 23rd 2023: This December, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) presents a selection of highly-anticipated new releases, including Eileen, Aki Kaurismäki’s Fallen Leaves and Hayao Miyazaki’s The Boy and The Heron. From Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th, IFI Kinopolis returns with a programme of new Polish… Read More
This week’s titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 17th November 2023 include May December and So This Is Christmas. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
“One… Read More
Today the IFI announced the line up for the 2023 four-day celebration of new Polish cinema, Kinopolis. Booking is open now at ifi.ie/kinopolis.
This year’s edition of IFI Kinopolis takes us from the beautifully animated life of nineteenth century rural… Read More
This week’s titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 10th November 2023 include Anatomy of a Fall and Dream Scenario. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
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This week’s titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 3rd November 2023 include Dance First, Fingernails, How To Have Sex, and Stolen. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
DANCE FIRST… Read More
ANATOMY OF A FALL
13.30, 16.40, 19.50
IFI & WFTI: BRIEF ENCOUNTERS WITH WOMEN 2023
SO THIS IS CHRISTMAS
THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER
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