DARK SKIES:ARCHIVE AD ASTRA
Join us for free daily films from the IFI Irish Film Archive. Simply collect tickets at IFI Box Office.
PROGRAMME TWO THE ENEMY With scenes of space missions, astronauts and dramatic war footage, this public health... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10
Having never won a major tournament, ailing football giant SSC Napoli had criminally underachieved. In July 1984, Diego Maradona arrived in Naples for a world-record fee and for seven years all hell broke loose. Blessed on the field but cursed... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 14.40, 17.20, 20.30
FEAST YOUR EYES – Enjoy a specially created main course in the IFI Café Bar following the 18.45 screening on Wednesday 26th. Click for tickets.
Taking place over five seasons, Thomas Piper’s documentary about Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf brings... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 18.50
Gloria Bell (Julianne Moore), a fifty-something divorcée, is struggling against loneliness and invisibility; she spends too many evenings dancing her blues away to disco anthems at Los Angeles singles clubs, searching for a meaningful connection.
Accommodating to a fault, Gloria... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00, 20.20
In Los Angeles, the perfect world of gay TV weatherman Sean (Matt Bomer) is shaken with the end of a significant relationship and a very public on-air meltdown.
Forced to take time off, he fills his empty days and his... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.50, 18.15
The screening will include a video introduction by actor and director Hugh O’Conor.
Beginning his career as part of the New German Cinema movement of the 1970s, director Wim Wenders had a certain fascination with America, something given full expression... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 20.00
In Sunset, László Nemes explores the twilight years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, before the outbreak of World War I, through the experiences of Írisz (Juli Jakab), his enigmatic protagonist.
The film is an altogether more expansive period piece than Son... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 16.00
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Jeremiah Zagar’s debut feature, an adaptation of Justin Torres’s semi-autobiographical novel, is a vivid recreation of childhood as seen through the eyes of Jonah (Evan Rosado), who celebrates his tenth birthday in the course of the film.
BOOK NOW Times: 14.00
ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME JUNE 2019: PROG 2
14.40, 17.20, 20.30
FIVE SEASONS: GARDENS OF PIET OUDOLF
PARIS, TEXAS (THE BIGGER PICTURE)
WE THE ANIMALS
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