Sort by

A Woman of Aran

Tommy O'Donnogue, 7 minutes, 2019

Brid O'Griofa, a native of Inisheer, reflects on life in pre-modern times.

A Woman’s Place

Declan McGrath, 59 minutes, 2018

To celebrate one hundred years of women’s suffrage, artist Noel Murphy embarked on a six-month journey to paint the 53 sitting women members of the Houses of the Oireachtas in one single portrait, unveiled in the Oireachtas on International Women’s…

After ’16

Various, 2 hours aprox, 2016

Bord Scannán na hÉireann/The Irish Film Board Short Films A programme of nine short films inspired by the subject of 1916 and what it has left in its wake, commissioned by the IFB. Programme includes fiction and non-fiction, live-action and…

Aisling Gheal

Dónal Ó Céilleachair, 79 minutes, 2013

Sean-nós singing is one of the most precious aspects of Irish traditional music and the Sean-nós singer is the living embodiment of a tradition that stretches far into Irish history. Aisling Gheal is a project run by a team of…

Alibi

Darren Bolger, 13 minutes, 2009

Alibi explores the fallout of a brutal murder in a small Irish town. Centring on a false alibi that frustrated the investigation for decades, director Darren Bolger delves into the psychological effect this crime had on the community in this…

Alive Alive O – A Requiem for Dublin

Sé Merry Doyle, 52 minutes, 2001

Alive, Alive O looks at Dublin street traders, a group whose greatest champion was Tony Gregory. It chronicles how an extraordinary culture becomes increasingly overshadowed by the scourge of heroin and the closing of marketplaces. There is some captivating footage…

Amazing Azerbaijan

Liz Mermin, 60 minutes, 2013

Amazing Azerbaijan is a tale of two Azerbaijans: one the tolerant, Eurovision-winning, secular democratic republic that the government proudly puts on display for visiting journalists and dignitaries; the other a repressive and corrupt oligarchy with little respect for democracy or…

An Engineer Imagines

Marcus Robinson, 83 minutes, 2018

This sumptuous documentary pays homage to the life and ideas of Peter Rice, widely regarded as one of the most distinguished engineers of the late twentieth century. Without his innovations and collaborations with the leading architects of his time, some…

Analogue People in a Digital Age

Keith Walsh, 13 minutes, 2013

The analogue age has finished but eight men in a bar battle to remain relevant in a digital world. A small film about big people. Notes by Ross Whitaker.

IFI CINEMAS TODAY


The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland