The 2018 IFI French Film Festival will run for twelve days at the IFI from Wednesday 14th to Sunday 25th November. Featuring 19 Irish premières, the festival will welcome special guests Cédric Kahn, Claire Burger, Andréa Bescond, and Eric Métayer.
Friday at the IFI French Film Festival ended with a screening of ‘The Minister’ (‘L’Exercice de l’État’), Pierre Schoeller’s fascinating political drama charting a destructive lust for power.
Thursday evening at the IFI French Film festival kicked off with a screening of ‘Louise Wimmer’.
Abdellatif Kechiche’s provocative film ‘Black Venus’ screened on Wednesday as part of the IFI French Film Festival.
The Prix Jean Vigo 60th Anniversay special programme of the IFI French Festival included the 1997 winner ‘The Life of Jesus’ (‘La Vie de Jésus’), Bruno Dumont’s debut feature, which screened on Tuesday.
The First-Time Directors section of this year’s IFI French Film Festival presented the debut features of three filmmakers. Fabrice Gobert’s impressive ‘Lights Out’ (‘Simon Werner a Disparu’) was first shown on Saturday afternoon and had a second screening on Monday.
Sunday at the IFI French Film Festival provided an opportunity to experience a bona fide classic on the big screen.
Saturday was a busy day for the IFI French Film Festival
The IFI French Film Festival continued on Thursday with ‘Declaration of War’.
The IFI French Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday with ‘The Bird’. Film Ireland becomes Film Française for the next 12 days to bring you reports from the festival.