IFI to host a panel discussion on architecture, city planning and environmental policy following Citizen Jane: Battle for the City on May 7th.
The IFI celebrates Ireland’s advertising heritage with the unveiling of a collection of restored television adverts from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
The Irish Film Institute presents a screening of Revolution in Colour on Monday, April 17th at 2 pm, introduced by director Martin Dwan.
The Irish Film Institute has announced Mystery Matinee, a new addition to the IFI monthly programme, beginning on Sunday, April 30th.
The IFI will present a number of LGBT films throughout April, including Who's Gonna Love Me Now, The Handmaiden, Handsome Devil, and I Am Not Your Negro.
Sound of Silents returns to the IFi on Saturday, April 8th with a programme of colourful, rarely screened silent films from the IFI Irish Film Archive.
IFI Spotlight returns on April 7th for a day dedicated to Irish film and television, reviewing the past year, and considering current trends and equality.
The Irish Film Institute continues its commitment to wider access to the arts by announcing National Theatre Live event screenings in April, May and July.
IFI and the Goethe Institut Irland present 'Fading Memories', screenings of The Conversation on April 1st, and Who Am I - No System is Safe on April 5th.
Due to phenomenal demand, the Irish Film Institute has added a third and final 70mm screening of Tim Burton’s 1989 classic Batman, on March 30th