IFI International: November 2019

2 November // Irish Screen America // Float Like a Butterfly + Q&A with director Carmel Winters // Ahrya Fine Arts by Laemmle // Los Angeles, USA

6-10 November // Noordelijk Film Festival // The Dig // Leeuwarden,  The Netherlands

6-12 November // Irish Film Festival // I, Dolours, Lomax in Éireann, The Drummer and the Keeper // Sherman Library, Nova Southeastern University // Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

6-16 November // Panorama of European Film // The Camino Voyage // Cairo, Egypt // Presented in association with the Embassy of Ireland, Cairo

8 November // Villanova University Irish Studies Film Presentation // The Camino Voyage // Bartley Hall, Villanova University // Philadelphia, PA, USA

13 November // Trondheim Filmklubb // The Camino Voyage // Cinemateket Trondheim // Trondheim, Norway

14-24 November // EU Film Festival // The Camino Voyage // Addis Ababa, Ethiopia // Presented in association with the Embassy of Ireland, Addis Ababa

16 November // Centre Culturel Irlandais presents the French premiere of The Camino Voyage // Paris, France

20-24 November // Irish Film Festival London // Heyday: The Mic Christopher Story, A Bump Along the Way, Dark Lies the Island, Bruno, Extra Ordinary, Cumar: A Galway Odyssey, Short films: The Bird and the Whale, Them, Hearts and Crafts, Sadhbh // Regent Street Cinema // London, UK

26 November // London Irish Centre and IFI present // Keepers of the Flame // London Irish Centre Camden // London, UK

26-27 November // EU Food and Film Festival Laos // Brooklyn [29th Nov] // Vientiane, Laos // Presented in association with the Embassy of Ireland, Hanoi, Vietnam

29 November – 1 December // Vancouver Irish Film Festival // A Bump Along the Way, Gaza, The Camino Voyage, The Dig, Extra Ordinary, The Irish Pub, Into the West // Vancity Theatre // Vancouver, Canada

29 November – 17 December // EU Film Festival Bangkok // The Drummer and the Keeper // Bangkok Screening Rooms // Bangkok, Thailand // Presented in association with the Embassy of Ireland, Bangkok


The IFI International programme is supported by Culture Ireland.



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