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While last year’s brilliant domestic drama A Separation brought international acclaim (and even an Oscar) for Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi, a welcome release for this 2009 offering demonstrates it was no flash in the pan. Garlanded at [...]
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As part of IFI20, we present one outstanding Irish short film from each of the 20 years that the IFI [...]
This month’s Feast Your Eyes screening will be for wine enthusiasts everywhere. Mondovino (World of Wine), from filmmaker Jonathan Nossiter, examines the impact of globalisation on the world’s different wine-producing regions.
After the film, join us in the IFI Café [...]
Canadian auteur Guy Maddin (My Winnipeg) returns with a typically idiosyncratic blend of ghost story, Greek mythology, and nods to film history. Mischievously described as his first attempt at “pure narrative filmmaking” and informed by The Odyssey’s Wikipedia page, it’s [...]
After their incisive collaboration on the sinewy Aussie western The Proposition, director John Hillcoat and screenwriter Nick Cave relocate effectively to Prohibition-era Virginia for this crunching adaptation of Matt Bondurant’s fact-based novel The Wettest County in the World.
When Washington [...]
The Diving Bell and Butterfly will be accompanied by a short introduction from film journalist and critic from the Sunday Independent, Hilary White.
Recorded as the IFI’s most popular film to date, Julian Schnabel’s The Diving Bell and the Butterfly [...]
Woody Allen’s European tour continues with this sojourn in The Eternal City, where he gathers a stellar cast to deliver a sprinkling of comic vignettes. Making his first acting appearance since 2006’s Scoop, Allen himself joins the fray as a [...]
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