This month sees the release of a landmark programme at the IFI, where half of the films on June’s slate have been directed by women.
Celebrated filmmaker Mark Cousins will be in the An Taibhdhearc Theatre in Galway on Wednesday June 21st for a talk in association with Galway City of Film.
Huston School of Film and Digital Media at NUI Galway will welcome Joseph McBride, author of the biography Searching for John Ford for a public lecture.
IFI marks Traveller Pride Day on June 7th with a selection of free screenings & discussions co-curated with Ireland’s all-Traveller forum, Minceirs Whiden.
Dublin Dance Festival will present The Ferryman as part of the festival's 2017 programme, with a screening at Project Arts Centre Sunday 28th May.
The Irish Film Institute will celebrate a retrospective of legendary actor Dustin Hoffman's work from June 10th to 25th.
#Event: IFI & International Literature Festival Dublin presents A Grain of Truth with Q&A on May 28th
IFI presents A Grain of Truth on May 28th in association with the International Literature Festival Dublin, with Q&A with author Zygmunt Miłoszewski.
Light House Cinema is spending June worshipping two of their favourite big-screen goddesses, Audrey and Katharine Hepburn, with Hepburn Forever.
Irish Film Institute & Dublin Feminist Film Festival present Barbara Loden’s Wanda on Saturday May 20th, followed by a panel discussion with Tara Brady, film critic with The Irish Times, Karla Healion, Director of Dublin Feminist Film Festival, Dr Susan Liddy, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick and Alice Butler of the IFI.
#Event: WFT.I present In Conversation with Aisling Walsh: Writing and Directing for Screen, May 29th
Women in Film and TV Ireland will present an evening in conversation with director Aisling Walsh about writing and directing for screen on May 29th.