WHAT'S ON - 20/11/2019

  • ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME NOVEMBER 2019: PROG 2

    BRICKS AND MORTAR BOARDS

    PROGRAMME TWO: BUILDING FOR BOOKS Though commissioned by Trinity College Dublin as a fundraiser for the Berkeley Library and with extensive discussion of the history, architecture and collections of the Old Library, this film also provides... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.10

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: PARTICLES

    This film is F-rated. 

    In this adolescent coming-of-age story, with its awkward collisions of hopes, feelings, fears and desires, teenager P.A. (Thomas Daloz) lives in a small town near Geneva, where the world’s largest particle accelerator, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider,... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 18.10

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: PURE AS SNOW

    The screening on Sunday 17th will be followed by a Q&A with actor Vincent Macaigne.

    Maud (Isabelle Huppert), stepmother to the beautiful young Claire (Lou de Laâge), is consumed by jealousy when she discovers that her own lover (Charles Berling)... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 20.15

  • FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2019: YVES SAINT LAURENT: THE LAST COLLECTIONS

    Moving between workshop and catwalk backstage, from sketches to final collections, Yves Saint Laurent is captured at the twilight of his career, frail yet still vibrant. Co-founder Pierre Bergé, meanwhile, directs a series of events to celebrate YSL worldwide. Immersive... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 16.30

  • MARRIAGE STORY

    With Marriage Story, Noah Baumbach revisits the subject of divorce, explored so memorably in his 2005 debut, The Squid and the Whale, and the result lays claim to being his finest work to date.

    Reminiscent of Bergman’s Scenes from a... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00 / 17.45 / 20.30

  • MEETING GORBACHEV

    Legendary director Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Fitzcarraldo) returns with Meeting Gorbachev, one of his most fascinating and moving films, an intimate portrait of a man who changed the course of history.

    From a humble upbringing in a small village to... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 15.45

  • SORRY WE MISSED YOU

    Ken Loach’s latest searing drama explores the consequences of zero hour contracts and the gig economy for an over-stretched Newcastle family.

    Ricky (Kris Hitchen) has acquired a van and taken out a franchise with a delivery company; his unsympathetic depot... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 14.10

  • THE IRISHMAN

    This film adaptation of Charles Brandt’s chronicle of the life and confessions of alleged mafia hitman Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran reunites director Martin Scorsese with previous collaborators including Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, and writer Steven Zaillian, and... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 19.00

  • THE REPORT

    In the immediate aftermath of 9/11, the Bush administration authorised the CIA in the use of ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ – a euphemism for what was effectively torture – to extract information from suspects. The Report details the Senate Intelligence Committee’s... Read More

    More

    BOOK NOW Times: 13.45 / 16.20

Now Booking


The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland