The IFI programmes and hosts a range of Festivals throughout the year. Below are our flagship IFI Festivals:
IFI Family Festival – August 26th – 28th 2022
IFI Documentary Festival – September 21st – 25th 2022
IFI Horrorthon – October 27th – 31st 2022
IFI French Film Festival – November 16th – 27th 2022
IFI Kinopolis – December 8th – 11th
IFI International festivals and events – updated monthly
The IFI also partners with numerous other Festivals around the calendar, below is a taster of some of the Festivals we have worked with:
First Fortnight: January
Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival – February-March
East Asia Film Festival Ireland (EAFFI) – March 31 – April 3
GAZE LGBT Film Festival – September-October
Dublin Feminist Film Festival – August
Please note that dates are provisional and are subject to change.
As with many recent events on the IFI calendar, we are delighted to welcome the return of Kinopolis after the forced hiatus of the last few years. This year’s celebration of new Polish cinema finds the industry in a state of rude health, despite the obstacles recently faced, and features some of its most distinctive voices, from Kamil Krawczycki’s sensitive debut to the idiosyncratic Agnieszka Smoczyńska, to elder statesmen Wojtek Smarzowski and Jerzy Skolimowski, both still making fierce work reflective of its time.
We are proud to present this year’s programme, and to welcome back audiences to this festival honouring one of Europe’s finest national cinemas, in partnership with the Polish Embassy in Dublin and Tracey Solicitors, with thanks to the Pomeranian Film Foundation in Gdynia.
BONES AND ALL
15.20 (OC),18.00, 20.40
MILLION DOLLAR PIGEONS
13.10, 18.10, 20.30 (OC)
THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN
The IFI is supported by The Arts Council