David Neary dons his debs tux, fumes at French teens and survives on the Cannes diet and nap regime.
Different perspectives from Africa: alternative views of the people and continent in films from African directors.
The IFI presents a Pre-Tour Dress Rehearsal of’ Willy Reilly and His Colleen Bawn’, accompanied by the CinéTheatre Ensemble, before a major international tour of three EU capital cities.
From the 24th to the 26th of May, the Galway One World Centre welcomes one and all to enjoy the 6th Galway African Film Festival (GAFF)
David Neary brushes shoulders with the stars and an umbrella salesman at Cannes.
Maritime Piracy experts and real-life hostage discuss their experience at the IFI opening night event for ‘A Hijacking’ on Friday 17th May
‘The End Of The Earth Is My Home’ to screen at Black Sun Cinema, in partnership with Triskel Christchurch.
Hollywood Babylon, Dublin’s Midnight Movie Film Club, presents their new season at Light House Cinema, Smithfield: The Summer of ’84,
The Fingal Film Festival 2013 is under way and the FFF team have announced this year FFF Award Nominees
KinoD will be hosting an international Kino Kabaret this July from the 12th to the 20th, and are looking for participants and volunteers.
The second ‘Reel Lives Film Festival’, organised by The Irish Centre for Social Gerontology (www.icsg.ie) at NUI Galway, is offering free lunchtime screenings of films celebrating ageing across the lifecourse from 20-24th May as part of the Bealtaine Festival.
The 2nd annual Symposium is planned for June 6 – 9th 2013, with a wide range of international and Irish filmmakers and guests set to attend including the veteran French Film Director Bertrand Tavernier.
The second ‘Reel Lives Film Festival’, organised by The Irish Centre for Social Gerontology (ICSG) at NUI Galway, is offering free lunchtime screenings of films celebrating ageing across the lifecourse from 20-24th May as part of the Bealtaine Festival.
The Writers’ Guild of Ireland have announced that Senator David Norris will host the ZeBBie Awards 2013 on Thursday 16th May at the Sugar Club in Dublin.
Ireland On Sunday presents the Irish premiere of new Irish short film ‘Tax City’, a dark and gritty journey into the heart of the London homeless community.
Andrzej Bartkowiak Director of Photography on three films to receive Academy Award nominations for Best Picture will run a one day cinematography workshop at the Festival in Schull in May.
Light House Cinema are throwing a Star Trek themed Party on Wednesday 8th May followed by a special midnight preview screening of the film in 2D and 3D.
Screening is part of the Daniel Higgs Black Sun event at Triskel Arts Centre
A magnificent film on the evils of internalised homophobia.
Blood Donors Film Club presents ‘American Mary’.
The Coca-Cola Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival for Young People (12-25 yrs) is coming to Dublin on 13th – 19th May! There is a range of educational workshops still available for schools.
To celebrate the long-awaited release of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, Light House Cinema presents a season of Luhrmann films throughout the month of May.
The Irish Film Institute will present a vast range of Irish shorts produced over the last 20 years in their three screens on Saturday and Sunday morning.
IFI celebrates Neil Jordan, one of Ireland’s greatest filmmakers, with a complete cinematic retrospective of his films throughout May
Saturday sees the Progressive Film Club’s regular monthly screenings with two films on the theme of migrant workers
Tickets available now for a special preview of Shane Meadows’ new film on The Stone Roses, ‘Made of Stone’, with a satellite Q&A at 7.30pm on 30th May at the IFI
This year’s Dublin Dance Festival programme will feature two afternoons of Dance on Film at the Irish Film Institute.