IFI Local Films For Local People – bringing films from the archive back to the community

IFI Local Films For Local People – bringing films from the archive back to the community

IFI Local Films for Local People is an Irish Film Institute initiative  bringing films from the IFI Irish Film Archive back to the communities they came from . From Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls  in Co Clare, to capturing a beauty competition in Roscommon, a wet fair day in Borrisoleigh, Radharc’s wry film of holidays in Ballybunion in…

Here’s what’s on in Dublin for the Japanese Film Festival Ireland in April

Here’s what’s on in Dublin for the Japanese Film Festival Ireland in April

All through April, the Japanese Film Festival Ireland returns to spread the latest in Japanese cinema across the island of Ireland. With a collection of films showing in Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, Limerick, Sligo, Waterford and Wexford from 9 – 27th April, JFF24 has a busy month ahead. We’ve picked out the films that are…

Local Films for Local People – IFI brings cinema back to the community

Local Films for Local People – IFI brings cinema back to the community

For the next several months, Dublin’s Irish Film Institute will be digging into the archives and giving back to cinema lovers across the island. As part of their commitment to preserve and promote Ireland’s film heritage, the IFI are setting off on tour, presenting local films sourced from their archive back to the communities that…