Festival l’Europe autour de l’Europe has a special focus on Irish film showing features and short films including Silence and Dollhouse in competition. Neil Jordan will be in attendance as the Festival are screening a retrospective of his films including The Butcher Boy and The Crying Game (arch 15th to April 15th).
March 1st – 6th 2013
2 x Irish Shorts Programmes at Brussels Short Film Festival (venue TBC) as part of a series of programmes presented in collaboration with Bozar, Cinematek and Flagey in Brussels (April 29th, 19.00 and 21.00).
Programme 1 (19.00) order: The Pool; Undressing My Mother; The Boy in the Bubble; Remember Me, My Ghost; Thirty-five Aside
Programme 2 (21.00) order: Small Change; Irish Folk Furniture; Joyriders; Packets of Ten; What Remains; Noreen
A documentary programme of approx 4 films at the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe as part of a series of programmes to be presented in collaboration with Bozar, Cinematek and Flagey in March and April 2013.
Annual Irish film festival in the Cantor Film Center, NYU, bringing the very best in contemporary Irish cinema to New York. IFI International will continue to provide support to the New York Irish Film Festival for their 2013 programme.
Annual Irish film festival which takes place at the American Cinemathèque in LA. IFI International will continue to provide support to the festival for their 2013 programme which will include 5 – 6 new Irish feature and shorts
Annual Irish Film Festival in San Francisco which presents the very best in contemporary Irish cinema, celebrating everything from features to documentaries to Irish language films. IFI International will continue to assist San Francisco Irish Film Festival with their 2013 programme which will include 5-6 new Irish features and shorts.
Irish Film Festa in Rome will present a special St. Patrick’s Day programme (March 17th) with an Irish animation strand to be developed in collaboration with Steve Woods.
Annual Irish film festival which takes place at the SIFF centre, Seattle (March 16th and 17th). The festival is a showcase for contemporary Irish films, with a focus on independently produced work. IFI International will continue to provide support to the festival for their 2013 programme which will feature 6-7 recent Irish titles.
Annual Irish film festival, regularly supported by IFI International.
The inaugural edition of Big Picture Film Festival, February 27th – March 5th at Event Cinemas, Sydney.
Windows on Europe Film Festival takes place in Canberra (February 9th and 11th) and Sydney (March 15th).
Cine Gael, Montreal, organises the largest annual Irish film series in North America. As a regularly supported festival, IFI International will continue to assist the festival with their 2013 programme.
Major John Boorman retrospective at the annual Angers Festival of European film in France (January 18th – 27th).
Belgrade’s first Irish Festival (BIF) will show for the first time some of the largest and latest editions of the Irish film production, theatre and music to Serbian audiences at well-known venues, including Hunger, What Richard Did, Good Vibrations, The Secret of Kells, The Runway, Poitín, ’81 and a selection of short films March 11th to 17th .
Annual International Film Festival which IFI International regularly supports. The 2013 Festival will take place in 5 different venues in Budapest. April 5th – 13th.
Full retrospective of John Boorman’s work at BFI Southbank from March 25th to May 31st.
An Irish film programme and EU Presidency event take place in Cine Utopia, Luxembourg (includes several new Irish titles – a mixture of documentary and features). March 20th – 23rd.
Annual Irish Film Festival in Ukraine, showing 6 to 8 titles. The programme will travel to Kyiv, Odessa, Kharkiv, Lviv, Donetsk and Dnipropetrovsk in the Ukraine. (March 14th – 20th)
Annual Embassy event featuring recent and classic Irish titles at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque. (February 20th – 28th). Read more about events during the film week in a blog by Ayelet Dekel.
Festival of European restored films taking place over a week in January 2013.
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