Win tickets to the Jameson Cult Film Club screening of the undefeatable classic.
We take a look at the Irish films coming to this year’s Fleadh
Enric Mas investigates the events around the introduction of Cinerama during the 1950s and how the history of technology in cinema is repeated again and again.
Denis Condon’s blog Early Irish Cinema looks back at the early development of cinema in Ireland on the anniversaries of those developments and offers information on what cinemagoers could have seen in Irish cinemas a century ago. Here Denis explores the effect of the Rising on cinemas. Dublin’s smoking ruins in May 1916. Image from the […]
In this episode of The Actors’ Room, Lynn Larkin is joined by Susan Barrett.
Sean Finnan talked to Pádraig Trehy about his film ‘Shem The Penman Sings Again’, which deals with the actual and much fabled friendship of James Joyce and John McCormack.
Áine Stapleton introduces her first feature length film ‘Medicated Milk’, which screens on Thursday, 16th June 2016 at 18.40 at the IFI as part of the Irish Focus Bloomsday Programme.
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For three nights only, the Jameson Cult Film Club will have the privilege of witnessing the greatest exhibition of guts and stamina in the history of the ring. Rocky will bound onto the screen for two bouts of the Jameson Cult Film Club, Friday July 1st at a top secret location in Galway, and Wednesday July […]
A short film adaptation celebrating the 75th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s novel Finnegans Wake.