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We kick off 2013 with a powerful programme exploring alternative perspectives on family values.
PROGRAMME 1: THE FAMILY Bob Quinn’s [...]
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IFI CLASSIC (EXCLUSIVE)
While water features prominently in a number of Polanski films, particularly Knife in the Water (1962), Repulsion (1965) and Cul-de-sac (1966), nowhere is it more significant than in the deservedly acclaimed Chinatown.
Set in 1937 and following [...]
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Little wonder that world-renowned 85-year-old chef Jiro Ono dreams of sushi, when the proprietor of the triple-Michelin-starred Sukiyabashi Jiro restaurant has been working 15 hour days, 6 days a week, preparing and assembling the delicacy for over half a century.[...]
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Larry Mullen Jr., Kate O’Toole and Director Mary McGuckian will participate in a post-screening Q&A hosted by writer and broadcaster John Kelly after the 6.30pm screening on January 11th.
Irish director Mary McGuckian (This is the [...]
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From Deepa Mehta, director of the ‘Elements Trilogy’ (Fire (1996), Earth (1998), and Water (2005)) comes this adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s much-loved 1980 masterpiece of post-colonial literature and magical realism, and winner of the ‘Booker of Bookers’ [...]
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The first in Polanski’s ‘Apartment Trilogy’, preceding Rosemary’s Baby (1968) and The Tenant (1976), Repulsion is a profoundly sensory portrait of withdrawal, alienation and psychosis. An alluring 22-year-old Catherine Deneuve plays Carol Ledoux, a mostly silent and abstruse [...]
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Sabotage is rooted in Hitchcock’s own city of London, using a mixture of location shots with elaborate studio reconstructions; key scenes are set at the Zoo, at Simpson’s restaurant in the Strand, in the City on the day of the [...]
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Exactly what happened to one Spanish family during the tsunami which hit the Thai coastline on St. Stephen’s Day, 2004 is brought to the screen with staggering intensity in this extraordinary celluloid achievement. Director J.A. Bayona showed promise with his previous [...]
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The BFI’s categorisation of the film under its Sound and Music heading is justified by the famous central set-piece: the Albert Hall concert, at the climax of which the heroine (Edna Best) foils an attempt at political assassination. But it [...]
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