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  • ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME: COLLABORATIONS

    Join us for free screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Simply collect tickets at the IFI Box Office. See the date buttons at the top of the page for times.

    PROGRAMME ONE

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  • WILDCAT

    Harry Turner, a young British veteran of the war in Afghanistan, has travelled to the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, leaving his parents and doting little brother behind in an attempt to find some peace and meaning in his life as he... Read More

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  • TORI AND LOKITA

    Siblings Tori and Lokita (Pablo Schils and Joely Mbundu) have travelled from Africa, and are housed in a centre for immigrant children in Belgium. Their current situation, however, is scarcely better than it was back home, where Tori, accused of... Read More

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  • THE SILENT TWINS

    Following horror musical The Lure (2015) and amnesiac identity drama Fuga (2018), Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska has begun to create a strong and eclectic body of work. Further evidence of her continued refusal to be pigeonholed can be seen in... Read More

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  • WHITE NOISE

    Jack Gladney (Adam Driver) is a successful, four times married college professor specialising in the field of Hitler Studies, though he has just started learning German; he is married to Babette (Greta Gerwig) and presides over a rambunctious family of... Read More

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  • HOW TO TELL A SECRET

    Robbie Lawlor was diagnosed with HIV at 21 and became one of the youngest people to come out on Irish television. Enda McGrattan, also known as Veda, promised to keep their HIV status a secret but eventually broke free with... Read More

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  • FANNY AND ALEXANDER

    One of Ingmar Bergman’s greatest and last films, Fanny and Alexander provides a wonderful summation of the director’s large body of work and is a stunning reminder of his storytelling gifts and rich visual sense. Set in 1910, it traces... Read More

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  • THE QUEEN OF SPADES

    This strange, beautiful film is based on a short story of the supernatural by Alexander Pushkin and represents a highpoint in the career of its director, Thorold Dickinson (Gaslight, 1940). Captain Herman Suvorin (Anton Walbrook, star of a number of... Read More

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  • CORSAGE

    Vienna, 1877: Elizabeth (Vicky Krieps), the Austro-Hungarian Empress, is celebrating her 40th birthday with her husband, Emperor Franz Joseph (Florian Teichtmeister), aware that for a woman internationally renowned for her beauty and style the age signals the approach of decrepitude... Read More

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