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Red Hurley Love Is All Thu 1 Nov 2018 8PM Main Auditorium // €29.50 Red will perform his greatest hits from down through the years, including ‘Love Is All’, ‘When’, ‘Kiss Me Goodbye’, ‘Broken Promises’, ‘Isadora’, ‘A Poor Man’s Roses’, ‘Let The Heartaches Begin’ and many more. Red is considered to be one of the finest performers Ireland has ever produced. His signature rich powerful voice, relaxed charm and energetic stage shows have captured the hearts of audiences everywhere. Performances throughout Europe and the United States have firmly established him as a truly exceptional entertainer. The 4 Of Us – Acoustic Gig With Brendan & Declan Murphy Fri 2 Nov 2018 8.15PM Draíocht Studio // €25 The 4 Of Us shot to fame with their debut album ‘Songs for the Tempted’, which featured the massive hits ‘Mary’ and ‘Drag My Bad Name Down’. The follow up ‘Man Alive’ made Q Magazine’s Top 50 albums and included the UK Top 30 single ‘She Hits Me’. Notching up an enviable catalogue of timeless songs and six Top 20 Irish charting albums, their music has also been featured extensively on American, British and Irish TV soundtracks. Last year the band celebrated their 25th […]

Highlights of this year’s festival include Cannes favourite Girl, directed by Lukas Dhont, Agnès Jaoui’s Place publique, Christophe Honoré’s Sorry Angel, Gilles Lellouche’s delightful swimming comedy Sink or Swim, and Camille Vidal-Naquet’s Sauvage. The festival will open on Wednesday 14th with a Gala Screening of Claire Burger’s moving family drama Real Love; the IFI is delighted to welcome Claire Burger to the festival for an opening night Q&A. The festival will close on Sunday 25th with the Irish première of Mia Hansen-Løve’s latest film, Maya, which centres on a stricken war photographer who returns to India where he spent part of his childhood. Acclaimed writer-director-actor Cédric Kahn, most recently seen in Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War, will visit the festival with his latest film The Prayer. This stunning new work follows 22-year-old Thomas (Anthony Bajon, Best Actor at this year’s Berlin Film Festival) as he joins a community of reformed drug addicts living in isolation in the mountains. Kahn will also give a Masterclass on Saturday 17th at 13.00 in association with Screen Training Ireland, and introduce a screening of his critically acclaimed 2001 film Roberto Succo. Speaking about this year’s programme, Festival Director Marie-Pierre Richard commented, ‘The IFI once again brings […]

Dublin Feminist Film Festival promotes and celebrates female filmmakers, hoping to inspire and empower others to get involved in filmmaking. This involves considering women on-screen, but also behind the camera, through celebrating and showcasing fantastic female filmmaking, as well as demonstrating that women make compelling and complex characters and subjects. 2018 is our fifth year and takes place in Light House Cinema 21st and 22nd November. Special Launch Events take place on 20th November in The Generator Hostel, Smithfield. Drinks Reception & Launch Tuesday, November 20, 2018 6:00 PM 7:00 PM Generator Hostel FREE TALK: Women and Cinematography Nov 20 Tuesday, November 20, 2018 7:00 PM 8:00 PM Generator Hostel FREE EVENT: Filmmakers Deirdre O’Toole and Eimear Ennis Graham in Conversation Nov 20 Tuesday, November 20, 2018 8:00 PM 9:00 PM Generator Hostel Award Winning Filmmakers Deirdre O’Toole and Eimear Ennis Graham discuss their work. Shorts Programme + Parklands Combined Screening Nov 21 Wednesday, November 21, 2018 6:00 PM 8:15 PM Light House Cinema 2018’s 10 Shorts Award Finalists. Followed by Feature PARKLANDS Winner Announcement and Award Presentation by Megan K Fox and Mia Mullarkey. Prizes have kindly been donated by MediaDrives.ie. Tickets €13/€11 IRISH PREMIERE! The Seen and Unseen […]