Following a screening of Without Name at the IFI, director Lorcan Finnegan took part in a Q&A with Mark Sheridan to talk about his supernatural eco-horror film.
The IFI today celebrates Ireland’s advertising heritage with the unveiling of a collection of restored television adverts from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
The inaugural Chinese-language Film Festival Ireland débuts this year at the Irish Film Institute with Made in Taiwan.
Featuring the work of cinematic masters such as Jiří Menzel, Jan Němec, Miloš Forman, Ivan Passer and Karel Vachek.
The screening will be followed by a satellite broadcast from the band’s performance.
Sarah Griffin enjoyed a lively discussion at ‘After the Chick Flick: Female Identities and Hollywood Film’ at the IFI.
Director John Carney to take part in a Q&A along with lead cast members following the opening night screening of his new film ‘Sing Street’ on March 18th at 8pm.
Sarah Griffin sat down with Diane Negra to talk about Saturday’s event at the IFI, ‘After the Chick Flick’, and discuss the historical roots of the contemporary chick flick and what the post epitaph chick flick is.
Grace Corry talks to filmmaker Cathal Black, whose work was the subject of a comprehensive retrospective at the IFI in February.
The IFI will present the a complete programme of films directed by Cathal Black and an in-depth career-spanning interview on February 13th.