Three new films open at the Irish Film Institute on Friday October 18th: Dark Lies the Island, Non-Fiction and Land Without God.
Read on for a selection of reviews or pop in to make up your own mind!
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New Irish black comedy Dark Lies the Island is at the IFI from October 18th and we were delighted to welcome director Ian Fitzgibbon and novelist Kevin Barry (who also wrote the film) to take part in a Q&A on… Read More
October 17th 2019: The programme for the 2019 IFI French Film Festival, the event’s 20th anniversary edition, has been announced. Ireland’s largest French cultural event will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 13th to Sunday 24th November. With 28… Read More
Fresh from a world premiere at the New York Film Festival in September and European Premiere at the London Film Festival in October, The Irishman is landing at the Irish Film Institute in November.
The acclaimed new film from master… Read More
New releases at the IFI on Friday October 11th are: A Bump Along the Way, Bait, and The Day Shall Come.
Read on for a selection of reviews, or pop in to make up your own mind.
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The Irish Film Institute (IFI) is proud to announce that it has been awarded an inaugural JTS Award, given by the CCAAA (Co-ordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations), in recognition of its pioneering digital preservation work. This award, which was… Read More
New releases at the IFI on Friday October 4th are: Joker (playing exlusively in 70mm now!), Best Before Death and Werewolf.
Read on for a selection of review or pop in to make up your own mind.
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All events happening at the Irish Film Institute in October 2019.
NEW RELEASES: From October 4th: Best Before Death, Joker (70mm), Werewolf From October 11th: Bait, A Bump Along the Way, The Day Shall Come From October 18th: Dark Lies… Read More
The IFI Documentary Festival 2019 has come to a close, with 15 features and a selection of Irish short films screening from September 25th to 29th. We were also very lucky to welcome some amazing guests to the Irish Film… Read More
A BUMP ALONG THE WAY
DARK LIES THE ISLAND
LAND WITHOUT GOD
THE DAY SHALL COME
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