Irish Film Institute -Join us for an Open Afternoon in the Tiernan MacBride Library on Thursday, October 9th!

Join us for an Open Afternoon in the Tiernan MacBride Library on Thursday, October 9th!

Are you a film or history student? Are you interested in Irish and international film heritage? Then why not join us on the afternoon of Thursday, October 9th in the IFI Tiernan MacBride Library and peruse our books, journals and cuttings from the IFI Irish Film Archive, enjoy a tour by IFI Librarian Fiona Rigney, and learn more about what you can gain for your research and film interests!

From 2pm to 6pm, you can drop in to the Library (located at the back of the IFI – simply ask at IFI reception) to see for yourself the wealth of material available to you. We’ll also be offering discounted Library and IFI annual Memberships, discounted DVDs from the IFI Film Shop as well as offering a free IFI Membership in our draw. We’ll also be giving away free film posters from the IFI collection!

Put it in your diary, and come along to explore all that is available to you!

(Please note that library tour groups are limited in numbers and will take place every 20 mins approx. There is no booking system however if you’re coming with a group, please email with your expected time of arrival in advance).

Student “2 for 1” Cinema Tickets Deal
Call into the IFI on Mondays and avail of our great student offer: 2 for 1 student cinema tickets at the IFI – show your student card at the IFI every Monday and you can get 2 cinema tickets for the price of 1. T&C apply. 

About the Library:
Named in honour of Tiernan MacBride, a founding father o f the Irish film industry, the library holds the largest collection of film publications in Ireland. The library catalogue includes a wide range of books on Irish and international cinema. Academics, students, teachers, filmmakers, researchers and film enthusiasts are all welcome to use the library’s facilities.

About the IFI Irish Film Archive:
The IFI Irish Film Archive acquires, preserves and makes available Ireland’s moving image heritage, working to ensure that Ireland’s rich and varied film history, both amateur and professional, is protected and accessible for the benefit of current and future generations. Film reels, digital materials and document collections are held in custom-built, climate-controlled vaults designed for the long- term storage of archival materials.

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The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland