Author and journalist Wayne Byrne will give two lectures on the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise.
Irish Film Industry Professionals and Students gather in Smithfield for Making Films Dublin Event.
Castlebar’s Linenhall Arts Centre Film Club holds its world cinema screening every second Tuesday.
Debuting as part of the 5th Annual Scene + Heard Festival of New Work at Smock Alley Theatre this February, Brian’s new standup special “Overnight Failure” focuses on his personal experiences where, after a lifetime of screwups, he suddenly finds himself middle-aged and struggling to maintain not only his career, but also his sanity.
The IFI has announced a special event on Thursday, March 12th to celebrate the publication of John Boorman’s new book Conclusions, which will include a public interview with the Oscar-nominated director.
Acclaimed film director John Maclean will be delivering a workshop on directing a first feature film on Wednesday 12 February in Ennis and on Thursday 13 in Limerick.
HOMEBEAT presents a special centenary screening with new score performed live.
On Saturday February 8th & Sunday February 9th, 2020, The Irish Cultural Centre Hammersmith London presents a celebration of the life and works Of Ireland’s late great Theatre & Film Actor and Comedian, Niall Tóibín.
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There will be a special screening of the silent film People on Sunday (1930) bat the national Gallery of Ireland, with live musical accompaniment, in the Shaw Room.