March 26th – April 1st
We are delighted to assist with a major retrospective of Irish cinema featuring 25 titles at the 13th ‘Les Recontres du cinema europeen’, an annual showcase of European cinema held in Vannes, France.
March 17th – 19th
The Berlin St. Patrick’s Festival opens on March 17th and will see the launch of Irish Film on Tour, presented in collaboration with the IFI and the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland, showcasing the work of Irish filmmakers with the aim of creating future distribution and work opportunities.
On March 16th, in collaboration with Saint Patrick’s Day London, we present a day of Irish shorts at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square.
March 27th – 30th
The Rome Film Festa opens its 7th edition with The Stag and presents 15 new short films in competition.
March 20th – 23rd
The Irish Film Festival, Boston, returns for its 14th year, once again providing valuable exhibition and distribution opportunities for Irish filmmakers.
March 13th – 18th
We are pleased to support the second annual Belgrade Irish Film Festival, introducing to Serbian audiences the best of recent Irish cinema.
March 12th – 23rd
The IFI continues to support the Irish Film Festival, Moscow, a key element of Irish Week in Moscow. The festival showcases Ireland’s leading filmmaking talent, with an extensive programme of recent features, including Calvary, Mister John and Run and Jump.
16.00, March 16th
A screening of silent film from the archive, Come on Over, with live piano accompaniment by John Sweeney in the Barbican Cinema.
A special screening to mark St. Patrick’s Day, the Barbican presents Alfred E. Green’s story of the feisty Moyna Killilea (Colleeen Moore), who travels across the sea from Lisdoonvarna to follow her sweetheart (Ralph Graves) to a New York boarding house. A series of misunderstandings and adventures ensue, featuring high society dames, a formidable landlady, Irish cops and drunken layabouts, all climaxing at a ceilidh.
With a cast full of lively characters, this riotous comedy Irish gem has not been seen before in U.K. cinemas.
(March 1st – 31st)
There is a screening of Tim Robinson: Connemara by Pat Collins in the AV Festival, International Festival of Art, Music and Film on March 22nd, 2014. Filmmaker Pat Collins will be present for a Q&A with one of the film’s soundtrack artists Susan Stenger. The event is part of the Digging for Sound weekends of new commissions, concerts, films, and walks focusing on geology, topography, landscape and sound.
Ongoing programme – March, May, June 2014.
A diverse film programme celebrating the the best of Irish film, including U.S. premieres and screenings of independent, contemporary and retrospective films.
January 30th – February 1st 2014
Screening of What Richard Did for Wurzburg Film Festival (Friday, January 31st, 21:30 im Central Saal 2 and Saturday,February 1st, 16:45 im Central Saal 1).
December 5th – 8th
The Capital Irish Film Festival is run by Solus Nua in Washington and they are screening a range of Irish documentaries, shorts and feature films.
IFI and EFC present the launch of Absences and (Im)Possibilities a programme of Irish Experimental Film works commissioned by IFI International, and curated by Esperanza Collado, Aoife Desmond, Donal Foreman and Alan Lambert.
The programme features a selection of films from 1897 to 2013, chosen for their relation to the possibility of an Irish experimental cinema. Filmmakers include the Lumière brothers, Samuel Beckett, Vivienne Dick, Clare Langan, Maximillian Le Cain and Dónal Ó Céilleachair.
Sackville Street (Lumière Brothers, 1897, 00:50)
Youghal Clock Tower (James Horgan, 1910, 00:30)
Film (Samuel Beckett, 1964, 21:00)
Guerrillere Talks (Vivienne Dick, 1978 ,24:00)
Glass Hour (Clare Langan, 2002, 08:00)
St. Francis Didn’t Run Numbers (Chris O’Neill, 2009, 02:00)
Late Arrival (Barry Ronan, 2006, 03:00)
Mongolian Barbeque (Maximilian Le Cain, 2009, 11:00)
With Wind & White Cloud (Dónal Ó Céilleachair, 2005, 05:00)
Homo Sapiens Project (93) (Rouzbeh Rashidi, 2013, 12:47)
IFI International is the Irish film programming service for international exhibitors, funded by Culture Ireland. Absences and (Im)Possibilities will screen internationally through this initiative (which will also include this month’s Archive at Lunchtime films).
Join us for free screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive.
November’s programme complements the IFI and Experimental Film Club programme which attempts to trace an Irish experimental tradition.
PROGRAMME 1: By Accident (+ Screening in the Rain)
This early avant-garde work, much admired by Jack B. Yeats who attended several screenings in the Peacock Theatre in 1930, is an elliptical tale of a young man’s sombre reflections on his life filmed from the top of Nelson’s Pillar.
DIRECTOR: J.N.G. Davidson
FILM INFO: 20 minutes, 1930, Black and White
PROGRAMME 2: Self Portrait with Red Car
Bob Quinn’s clever little film is about the degree to which sound controls our perception of reality. Artist Brian Bourke is the human being in the film. His performance is brilliant, and very funny.
DIRECTOR: Bob Quinn
FILM INFO: 20 minutes, 1977, Colour
These screenings take place at lunchtime on Mondays and Wednesdays, with a double bill on Saturdays. Please check at the IFI Box Office or here for times. Simply book your FREE seat by contacting the IFI Box Office on 01 679 3477 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (given that events can sell out, please note that your emailed booking requests must be confirmed by reply email from the Box Office in order to be considered valid).
December 3rd – 4th
Annual Irish Days Film festival screening Ballymun Lullaby, Milo and a programme of four short films. Screenings will take place in the Elvira Popescu Cinema of the French Institute.
Annual EU Film Festival held in two cultural centres in Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania, the Alliance Francaise and Nafasi Art Space. This year’s Irish film is Kings.
The fourth annual EU Film festival in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver. This year’s Irish title is Natural Grace.
Ottawa – November 26th
Toronto – November 27th
Vancouver – December 1st
November 20th – 24th
Annual Irish Film festival established in 2011, bringing the latest Irish Film & Animation to a London audience. Festival programme includes screenings, director Q&A sessions, related workshops, exhibitions and performances. IFI International will continue to provide support to the festival for their 2013 programme.
November 16th – 23rd
The 21st annual cinematography festival are honouring Slawomir Idziak with a lifetime achievement award and have selected Love and Rage by Cathal Black to screen as part of the film selection.
They will also screen My Left Foot and honour Jim Sheridan who will be in attendance.
November and December
Buenos Aires Irish Film festival and the Montevideo Film Festival will be a week-long event at the end of November/first week in December. Martin Hayes and Art O’Briain will be in attendance.
El Mundo en Tu Barrio’ in Buenos Aires will take place on November 4th, 11th and 18th. Monday, 25th is a feriado so we will not show a movie this day. It will take place from 7pm to 9pm in ‘Espacio Cultural Julian Centeya’
• Dreamtime Revisited
• What Richard Did
In Montevideo (starting Friday, November 29th for one week)
• DreamTime Revisited
• What Richard Did
• The Other Side of Sleep
• Natural Grace
Opening ceremony and screening on November 1st
Annual EU Film Festival held in Beijing and travels to three other cities. This year’s film is Pilgrim Hill and director Gerard Barrett will be in attendance.
November 11th -17th
Annual Irish Film Festival held in the Nova Southeastern University, Florida will be screening three films What Richard Did, His and Hers and Silence from November 11th to 17th 2013.
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