The 18.20 screening on Friday, March 1st will be followed by a Q&A with director Marcus Robinson and Heidi Rice, hosted by Kevin Barry.

    This cinematic homage to Peter Rice, one of the most distinguished engineers of the late 20th... Read More


  • Float Like a Butterfly

    Sent in 1970s Ireland, this film is a touching and universal story about self-determination and family bonding. Irish traveller Frances has to fights for the right to pursue her passion – boxing. Frances is determined to make her idol Muhammad... Read More


  • Murdair Mhám Trasna

    A feature length docu-drama centered on an infamous event in Irish history, the brutal slaying in 1882 of a family of five in the remote village of Mám Trasna in the west of Ireland.

    A swift and severe response from... Read More



    Get a truly behind-the-scenes perspective on the workings of the IFI Irish Film Archive and let us show you the film vaults deep beneath our Temple Bar building. We’ll talk through the incredible collections held in the IFI Irish Film... Read More


  • Battlefield

    Mick O’Dea RHA is one of Ireland’s most renowned living painters. His diverse range of work includes a ten-year study of the War of Independence, culled from found and researched images. As he prepares a monumental exhibition “The Foggy Dew”... Read More


  • Under the Clock

    This documentary (from the makers of Older than Ireland) celebrates the century-long tradition, firmly embedded in the hearts and minds of Dubliners, of meeting under Clery’s clock. This once-popular meeting place provides a starting point for a fascinating journey through... Read More


  • Keepers of the Flame

    This feature-length documentary tells the story of generations dealing with the consequences of war and civil war in Ireland. It brings to light the diverse experiences of some of the 85,000 ordinary Irish men and women who made pension and... Read More


  • Shooting the Darkness

    A powerful new documentary about the men who unwittingly became war photographers on the streets of their own Northern Irish towns. They did not leave home in search of war and adventure: the violence erupted around them. They expected a... Read More


  • Starboard Home

    Featuring the highly successful Starboard Home album and showcase gigs at the National Concert Hall, Dublin this documentary celebrates the formative bond between Dublin’s port, city and river through music, song and spoken word.

    The film illustrates the songs, airs... Read More


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