The IFI will present its sixth annual IFI Spotlight seminar, a day-long focus on Irish film and television production, distribution and broadcast. This year’s programme will have a particular emphasis on experimental film and gender equality in Irish film and television, with a broad range of speakers and panelists throughout the day.
The clocks have sprung forward and we can finally embrace spring and those glorious long evenings. To celebrate we’ve rounded up all the very special screenings and events happening at the Irish Film Institute this April!
For its second edition, the East Asia Film Festival Ireland presents four days of compelling films from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan, and is honoured to welcome acclaimed cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-Bing, long-time collaborator of Hou Hsiao-Hsien and other masters of Asian cinema.
The Irish Film Institute today announces its exciting plans for 2018 across its core activities of exhibition, preservation and education. The year ahead brings a slate of innovative new strands, events, and seasons, in addition to its flagship festivals, its educational programming, a comprehensive refurbishment agenda, and a number of nationally significant archival projects.
IFI is proud to again partner with the Audi Dublin International Film Festival this February to bring you a series of screenings showcasing the very best of new Irish documentary filmmaking.
Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day At The Irish Film Institute. There's screenings of some great romantic movies along with special offers in the IFI Café Bar.
With awards season well and truly in full swing, there has been an embarrassment of riches on offer in recent weeks, and February sees the release of some of the most critically acclaimed and hotly-anticipated films of the year.
The Irish Film Institute, in association with the Embassy of France in Ireland and Institut Français, is delighted to present the first-ever Irish Night of Ideas event, a screening of Emmanuel Hamon’s The Russian Revolution Through Its Films, on Thursday, January 25th.
The Irish Film Institute, in collaboration with Tradfest 2018, is delighted to welcome actor and traditional music enthusiast Stephen Rea to introduce the premiere screening of Paddy Hayes' new documentary Noel Hill: Aisling Ghéar on Saturday, January 27th. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Paddy Hayes and musician Noel Hill.