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To mark Ireland’s historic Marriage Referendum on Friday, May 22nd, this month’s blog from the IFI Irish Film Archive’s Tiernan MacBride library examines fictional and factual depictions of gay, lesbian and bisexual lives in Ireland’s film and television productions. We present [...]
Following an exclusive preview of their new film, Still, at the IFI last Thursday, May 14th, actor Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones, The Wire, Love/Hate) and director Simon Blake spoke to The Irish Times‘ Tara Brady about making the [...]
Julia O’Mahony has been named winner of the IFI Pete Walsh Critical Writing Award for her review of Skip Kite’s 2014 film Tony Benn: Will & Testament.
The IFI Pete Walsh Critical Writing Award is an annual award inspired by the late, [...]
IFI Documentary Festival (formerly known as Stranger Than Fiction) has been expanded to five days and will take place between September 23-27th 2015.
The IFI are now accepting entries of Irish feature-length documentaries (over 60-minutes) and Irish and international short documentaries (under 20-minutes). [...]
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We were thrilled to welcome leading Irish filmmaker, Lenny Abrahamson, to the IFI on May 6th to give an extended introduction to Ingmar Bergman’s singular film, Persona, as part of our strand, The Bigger Picture.
About the film:In her first [...]
Last Friday, May 1st, we were delighted to welcome writer and director of Get Up and Go, Brendan Grant, to the IFI for a chat following the opening night screening of his film.
Get Up and GoAlex (Peter Coonan) is [...]
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