As Ireland’s national cultural institution for film, the IFI works with partners throughout Ireland to provide audiences with access to the IFI’s programmes and resources.
IFI National curates special programmes from the IFI Irish Film Archive, making material from this important national resource available to a wider audience.
LOCAL FILMS FOR LOCAL PEOPLE
Since 2014, The Irish Film Institute has been bringing films from the collections of the IFI Irish Film Archive back to the counties in which they were made. Local Films for Local People (LFLP) is an exciting and varied programme of films presented in collaboration with a range of cultural partners across 14 counties, and 22 venues to date. Throughout the year, programmes of local interest are presented in cinemas and arts centres around the country, providing an accessible route to film heritage for a broad range of audiences. The programmes include both professional and amateur films documenting domestic life, school days, agriculture, industry, sport, music and much more. Some of the programmes, which date from the earliest days of cinema to recent times, include cine-concerts featuring silent films accompanied by local musicians.
Now in its fifth year, Local Films for Local People provides an accessible route for a broad range of audiences to their county’s film heritage which is preserved in the IFI Irish Film Archive.
2018 Local Films for Local People events include:
MAY 1st : Droichead Arts Centre, Co.Louth
Telephone: (041) 98 33946 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 11th: Leitir Móir, Galway
MAY 15th : The Wexford Arts Centre
Telephone: (053) 912 3764 Email: email@example.com
JULY 10TH-15TH: Galway Film Fleadh
Telephone: 091-569777 or online
SEPT: Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Telephone: (01) 272 4030, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOV 9th-18th: Cork Film Festival
Telephone: (021) 427 1711 Email: email@example.com
DEC: The Model Arts Centre, Sligo
Telephone: (071) 914 1405 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organisations interested in collaborating with IFI National should contact Sunniva O’Flynn, Head of Irish Film Programming.
13.00, 18.30, 20.50
15.00, 18.10, 20.30
LEAN ON PETE
LET THE SUNSHINE IN
THE COLOUR OF POMEGRANATES
THE YOUNG KARL MARX
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council