John Connolly to visit the IFI to discuss his new book, he, on Sep 19th, accompanied by screenings of Laurel and Hardy films, The Music Box & Busy Bodies.
Light House Cinema present Dear Constant Reader, a season of cinematic Stephen King adaptations this October and November.
This September the Irish Film Institute (IFI) marks 25 years at their home in Temple Bar with another jam-packed programme of events.
The Japanese Film Festival in partnership with the Lighthouse Cinema has crafted an impressive lineup of anime films to enjoy over the coming months.
Next month Light House Cinema will present probably their finest season of films with HACKS, a season focused on the world of journalism in all its forms.
The IFI welcomes novelist Laura Albert to a special screening of Author: The JT Leroy Story, followed by a Q&A on Thursday, August 24th at 8pm.
Batman leads an unlikely trio in Batman And Harley Quinn to save humanity as Warner Bros. release the all-new animated DC Universe Original Movie
The Irish Film Institute announces an in-depth exploration of the work of Aisling Walsh to coincide with the release of her new film, Maudie, on August 4th.
The Ulster History Circle will commemorate Irish actor Patrick Magee by unveiling a Blue Plaque on July 29th at 12 noon at 2 Edward Street, Armagh.
Element Pictures Distribution will welcome Exhibition on Screen’s Phil Grabsky to Ireland for The Filmmaker’s Tour, a series of Q&As.