REVIEW ROUNDUP: GRETA AND LORO

Two new releases are at the Irish Film Institute now: Greta and Loro.

Read on for a selection of reviews, or pop in to make up your own mind.

GRETA “Neil Jordan’s lightest, darkest film in years” 4/5 – Irish… Read More

TRISH McADAM SEASON AT THE IFI THIS MAY

April 23rd 2019: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is delighted to announce a season dedicated to the work of acclaimed Irish filmmaker Trish McAdam, which will run from May 7th to 25th. The season opens with her newest film Confinement, which recently… Read More

THE LOOPLINE COLLECTION VOLUME 1 RELEASED ON THE IFI PLAYER

PREVIOUSLY UNSEEN FOOTAGE OF U2 RELEASED ONLINE TO LAUNCH THE LOOPLINE COLLECTION VOL. 1 ON THE IFI PLAYER

April 16th 2019: The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud today to unveil the first volume of The Loopline Collection, showcasing materials… Read More

REVIEW ROUNDUP: WILD ROSE

One new film opens at the Irish Film Institute on Friday the 12th of April – Wild Rose starring Irish talent Jessie Buckley.

Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!

WILD… Read More

YOUNG AUDIENCE AWARDS RETURN TO THE IFI IN MAY

The YAA is the Young Audience Award of the European Film Academy. At the YAA event on Sunday May 5th 2019, panels of young people (aged 12-14) from across Europe will meet in their local venues, watch and discuss films,… Read More

REVIEW ROUNDUP: THE SISTERS BROTHERS, HAPPY AS LAZZARO, LAST BREATH and A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

Four films open at the Irish Film Institute on April 5th 2019: Jacques Audiard’s The Sisters Brothers, Alice Rohrwacher’s Happy As Lazzaro, heart-stopping documentary Last Breath, and Stanley Kubrick’s classic A Clockwork Orange.

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28 TIMES CINEMA WANTS TO SEND YOU TO THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL!

28 TIMES CINEMA invites 28 young European filmgoers (one participant per member state of the European Union) to attend the 2019 Venice Film Festival as Jury Members of the Giornate degli Autori selection.

Who can participate? – Film lovers aged… Read More

REVIEW ROUNDUP: THE MAN WHO WANTED TO FLY, AT ETERNITY’S GATE, 3 FACES

Three new films open at the Irish Film Institute on the 29th of March 2019: Irish documentary The Man Who Wanted to Fly, drama At Eternity’s Gate starring Willem Dafoe as Vincent van Gogh and Iranian film 3 Faces.

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APRIL 2019 AT THE IFI

Read on for a rundown of all the events we have coming up in April 2019 at the Irish Film Institute!

NEW RELEASES From Friday April 5th: A Clockwork Orange, Happy as Lazzaro, Last Breath, The Sisters Brothers From Friday… Read More


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