Thanks to the good people at Kinopolis we have a pair of tickets to give away for ‘In the Name’ which screens as part of Kinopolis: 8th Polish Film Festival (5 – 9 November) at the IFI.
On the occasion of the Timelord’s 50th anniversary, the IFI presents the Doctor’s only two outings on the big screen to date on 10th November, Dr. Who and the Daleks at 4.30pm and Dalek’s Invasion of Earth 2050 A.D at 6.15pm. The introduction of the Daleks, the Doctor’s greatest and most enduring enemy, during William [...]
KINOPOLIS Polish Film Festival, the longest-running and largest Polish film festival in Ireland, returns for its 8th edition to the Irish Film Institute with some of the best Polish productions.
IFI Ireland on Sunday Interview: Paula Kehoe, director/producer of ‘An Dubh ina Gheal’ (‘Assimilation’)
Steven Galvin caught up with Paula Kehoe director of ‘An Dubh ina Gheal’ (‘Assimilation’), a revealing exploration of the relationship between Aboriginal Australians and the Irish in Australia, which screens as part of the IFI’s Ireland on Sunday monthly showcase for new Irish film.
The festival is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish and International filmmakers.
Maritime Piracy experts and real-life hostage discuss their experience at the IFI opening night event for ‘A Hijacking’ on Friday 17th May
The festival is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish and International filmmakers to include in the festival.
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.
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
IFI International, with the support of Culture Ireland, is teaming up with cultural partners across the EU to mount a major programme of Irish film during Ireland’s EU Presidency running from January – June 2013.
The IFI has a vacancy to be filled under the FAS Jobbridge Internship Scheme. The vacancy is for a Marketing & Communications Assistant.
The upcoming films from this month’s selection include a number of Hitchcock’s British films.
Commissioning editor of Film Ireland Magazine Ross Whitaker’s ‘When Ali Came to Ireland’ is screening at the IFI this December as part of the IFI’s Ireland on Sunday programme.