This year’s Dublin Dance Festival programme will feature two afternoons of Dance on Film at the Irish Film Institute.
This month’s event features Keith and Dave Farrell’s docudrama ‘A Terrible Beauty’ which will screen on Sunday, 21st April 2013 at 1pm.
Irish Premiere of ‘Byzantium’, Neil Jordan’s new film starring Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton, part of Spotlight: New Irish Film at the IFI
Filmbase, in association with beActive Media, presents a special masterclass on building a low-budget film franchise
A special one-day event presented by Kevin Brownlow at the Molly Keane Writer’s Retreat
Award-winning Roscommon County Youth Theatre’s latest production ‘The Roses of Eyam’ by Don Taylor: a remarkable true story about the plague that swept Britain in the 1600’s is being performed Friday, 12th April and Saturday 13th in Roscommon Arts Centre.
This month the Progressive Film Club are adding an additional show to their regular offerings.
The IFI have announced a major partnership with the Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hÉireann on a new annual event, Spotlight : New Irish Film at the IFI
The films of Spain’s greatest living filmmaker, Pedro Almodóvar, are screening this April at the IFI alongside a satellite Q+A with the director at a special preview of his upcoming release ‘I’m So Excited’.
Young Man with a Horn (1950) – 20 April 2013 – A musical Noir on compromise versus tough choices
Haromony Korine, a cutting-edge and controversial cinematic voice, is examined in the Harmony Korine – Breaking Out season at the IFI from 3rd- 14th April to coincide with his new film Spring Breakers with James Franco and Selena Gomez Despite a relatively small output, Harmony Korine has established himself as a unique talent in contemporary American [...]
Dublin’s most glamorous vintage night will celebrate the glamour and the grit of the 1930s with a Bonnie & Clyde Dirty 30s-themed party in The Sugar Club, on Saturday 13 April.
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/ the Irish Film Board is hosting a two-day European TV Drama Co-pro Forum for 25 leading European broadcasters and producers.
Premiered at the 57th Cork Film Festival in November, Donald Taylor Black’s new Irish Film Board-funded documentary will receive its first Dublin screening at the Irish Film Institute on Tuesday, 12th March at 6.30pm.
Dingle International Film Festival loves animation and in association with MEDIA Desk Ireland & JAM Media will bring together in Dingle for one day only the top Animation companies working in Ireland.
In ‘Screwball’, comedy is battle – battle of the classes, battle of the sexes and, most importantly, battle of the wits, where the quickest wins the day. It’s this wit and pace that was the forerunner of most modern comedy, with the baton having being passed to the great sitcoms of today. These movies would be [...]
The Irish Film Institute presents ‘It’s All Culture’ a season of films dedicated to the late IFI programmer, Pete Walsh running throughout March.
Chris O’ Neill of Triskel Christchurch in Cork City sits down and tells Emmet O’Brien about his pet project, the first TWISTED CELLULOID FILM FESTIVAL, a celebration of the best in classic and contemporary horror.
Jenny Beavan is one of the most respected costume designers in the world and has received nine Academy Award® nominations.
For the first time in Ireland, experience one of the world’s best-loved musicals with the immortal music brought to life by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
A superb line-up of Irish and international creative talent from the worlds of film and television will come together this weekend in Dublin, Ireland for the 10th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards, to celebrate the achievements of the home industry.
The RTÉ Concert Orchestra celebrates one of the greatest film composers of our age with an evening of his classics.
The Sugar Club is the venue to be at on February 12th as Kurt Russell’s Jack Burton rides The Pork Chop express into some ‘Big Trouble in Little China’.
‘Joan of Arc’ screening with live music score on the Mulholland Grand Organ at The Ulster Hall, Belfast
The IFI’s complete retrospective The Genius of Hitchcock.
Instituto Cervantes brings you close to the work of emerging Spanish directors with a distinct series of seven films.
Brian Lloyd reports from the Light House Cinema where the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival officially launched this year’s programme.
Digital Biscuit kicks off Thursday night with the screening and Irish premiere of ‘Side by Side’.