Bringing the crème de la crème of French cinema to Ireland, and now bigger and better than ever, the IFI French Film Festival returns for its 16th edition from November 18th to 29th with a massive 35 screenings (including 16 Irish premieres), a national tour of key titles across Ireland and a stellar line-up of guests that include Palme d’Or winner and acclaimed director of Rust and Bone, A Prophet and The Beat that My Heart Skipped, Jacques Audiard.
Audiences can expect a superb programme of brand new French cinema at the IFI French Film Festival over 12 exciting days, including work from Emmanuelle Bercot, Arnaud Desplechin, Philippe Garrel, Guillaume Nicloux, Jérôme Bonnell and, Festival Guest of Honour, Jacques Audiard. There will be a focus on the 1970s with three remarkable films, and a retrospective on one of France’s most respected directors, Audiard, including a masterclass with the man himself. Those living outside of Dublin can experience the drama and thrill of the Festival also as a selection of films will tour nationally in collaboration with access>CINEMA.
Celebrating 16 years as the leader of French cinema in Ireland, the IFI French Film Festival continues to delve deep into this world-class film culture to bring new releases, classics and star guests to Ireland, growing year on year so that this Festival remains a vital part of the cultural scene both in Dublin and throughout Ireland.
As part of this year’s IFI French Film Festival the IFI have a focus on ‘70s French cinema with 3 features that were almost never afforded a theatrical screening, and are showing in 35mm
The Red Circle on Saturday 21st November 2015 at 13.30
We Won’t Grow Old Together on Saturday 28th November 2015 at 13.00
Serie Noire on Sunday 29th November 2015 at 15.30
Grace à l’immense générosité des membres de l’lFI, nous offrons à l’heureux gagant deux places de cinema pour chacun des 3 films.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for each screening answer the following question:
Who directed The Red Circle?
Email your answer to email@example.com before 2pm Tuesday, 21st November when the Film Ireland Chapeau will select a winner.