Save the date, if you dare… IFI Horrorthon 27th – 31st October
Dates have been announced for the always popular IFI Horrorthon which will take place this October from 27th – 31st at the Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street. ifi.ie
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October 4th 2022: The Irish Film Institute today launches its comprehensive 2022/2023 Schools Programme with highlights for the school year including Irish language film An Cailín Ciúin, curriculum-linked films such as The Tragedy of Macbeth, brand new films to support French, German and… Read More
September 26th 2022: This October, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) presents a selection of exciting new Irish and international releases, including Holy Island, The Banshees of Inisherin, Vicky and Decision to Leave. From Thursday 27th to Monday 31st, IFI Horrorthon returns, offering audiences the chance… Read More
This week’s new titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 30th September 2022 include Flux Gourmet and Pure Grit .Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
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September 30th 2022: To celebrate Black History Month, the Irish Film Institute (IFI) is delighted to present cinema screenings including new documentary Sidney and Black Irish Shorts curated by Unapologetic, plus a new season on IFI@Home, with films available to… Read More
This week’s new titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 23rd September 2022 include After Yang, Blonde, Moonage Daydream and Silent Land. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
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The 20th IFI Documentary Festival has taken flight. Showcasing the best of non-fiction Irish and international filmmaking, the festival is screening in-cinema and online on IFI@Home until Sunday 25th; tickets available from www.ifi.ie/docfest.
Today, the recently established Cultural Cinema Partnership called for an urgent need for the Arts Council’s film budget to be increased for 2023. This new partnership, comprising Irish Film Institute, Galway Film Fleadh, Dublin International Film Festival, Cork International Film… Read More
This week’s new titles at the Irish Film Institute from Friday, 16th September 2022 include Funny Pages and Róise & Frank. Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
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AN CAILÍN CIÚIN
THE LOST KING
15.50 (OC), 18.10
VICKY + Q&A
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