Light House Cinema in Dublin and Pálás in Galway are hosting a mini celebration of the work of writer/director Brad Bird from June 22nd to 24th.
The IFI will welcome Minister Katherine Zappone TD and Frances Fitzgerald TD to a special screening of Declan McGrath’s doc A Woman’s Place on June 25th.
Following last year's record run of Dunkirk, the Irish Film Institute, Ireland's only 70mm cinema, is bringing back two classics in this glorious format.
This June, the IFI will present a Killer Couples season, running from Wednesday 6th to Saturday 30th. The season will include a selection of classic films, including a screening of Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers on 35mm.
Nick Cave's impact on pop culture as a musician is unquestionable and now there is a season of films in Light House, Dublin and Pálás Galway from June 1st to 6th.
Light House Cinema and the Japanese Film Festival are teaming up to bring some of the most iconic films in anime history back to the big screen this May, as they present Vintage Anime House in Road House Cinema on Smithfield Square from May 4th-9th.
The Audi Dublin International Film Festival is taking the excitement of the Picture House outside of traditional cinema venues, with screenings to feature Terminator 2, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and That’s Entertainment!
A look at the cultural legacy of Lady Augusta Gregory, a season of iconic thrillers, and a fantastic selection of new releases from across the globe headline a packed May at the IFI.
The Irish Film Institute, in collaboration with the Abbey Theatre, will present The Old Lady Says Yes: Lady Gregory, The Abbey, and Film on Saturday, May 12th in celebration of the incredible life and cultural legacy of Lady Augusta Gregory.
The Irish Film Institute presents TRUST NO ONE, a season of classic international political thrillers, and FAKE VIEWS, a short selection of films in association with Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin.