Become an IFI Friend and be part of the home of film in Ireland.
“No one will protect what they don’t care about, and no one will care about what they have never experienced.” Sir David Attenborough
Sign up as an IFI Friend here today!
Becoming an IFI Friend is one of the best ways to give some extra support to the IFI and enjoy greater access to the most hotly anticipated films, invitations to special events, complimentary tickets and a wide range of exclusive benefits. Starting at just €10 per month ( €120 per year), there are levels to suit all tastes and pockets. Click here to join.
Did you know that you can now spread the cost of your subscription over twelve months? Sign up as an IFI Friend here today!
€120 (€10 per month) Join
*Places are limited, Friends are notified by email to book during priority period
** Maximum 2 diners per Friend can avail of discount, minimum €10 spend
€350 (€29.16 per month) Join
All Premiere Friend benefits plus:
€500 (€41.67 per month) Join
All Avant-Garde Friend benefits plus:
“The written word can be powerful and beautiful, but films transport us to another place in a way that even the most evocative words never can.” Saoirse Ronan
We are passionate about promoting Irish film. It costs approximately €5,000 to digitise an Irish feature film for cinema exhibition.
€1,000 (€83.33 per month) Join
All Classic Friend benefits plus:
* hospitality costs additional
** Mon-Wed, subject to availability
€2,500 (€208.33 per month) Join
* Film subject to availability, Mon-Wed
** Hospitality costs additional
LUMINARIES – €5,000+
Major Donor Philanthropic Giving
IFI Luminaries generously commit to high-level sustained support of the IFI over several years. Please contact the Development Office on 01 679 5744 for further information.
We would like to thank our current Luminaries for their support:
Ger & Liv McNaughton
The Sargeant-Genovese Trust
To view our current IFI Friends please click here.
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The IFI is supported by The Arts Council