Past Events 2010
The 3rd Different Directions Experimental Film Festival will continue to screen the most challenging works of international experimental cinema, with an emphasis on 16mm.
The focus this year will be on Women Filmmakers whose films have maintained a high level of formal and conceptual experimentation, featuring landmark films by Marguerite Duras, Chantal Akerman, Naomi Kawase, Eve Heller and Agnès Varda as well as the more militant interventions of Carole Roussopoulos and the Zanzibar Group’s Jackie Raynal. The importance of Duras in particular for contemporary artists such as Tacita Dean will be acknowledged through a screening of Dean’s Presentation Sisters.
Slawomir Wilk (piano) plays Chopin
on Sunday 28th November 2010 at 12.00.
The opening night of the 2010 French Film Festival took place yesterday evening at the Irish Film Institute in Dublin and was a sold out as every year.
H.E. Mrs Emmanuelle d’Achon, French Ambassador to Ireland, opened this 11th edition and introduced the Festival to the audience. The French Film Festival is organised by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Ireland in partnership with the Irish Film Institute.
The French Embassy in Ireland and the IFI are delighted to announce the 11th French Film Festival, which will take place from 18th to 28th November 2010.
This year’s programme is offering over twenty Irish premieres, with films from first-time directors and greats such as Tavernier, Godard and Chabrol. The selection of films will range period pieces to documentaries covering troubling topics such as immigration, terrorism, fractured family dynamics and inter-generational conflict.
The 55th edition of the Corona Cork Film Festival is coming soon !
From 7th to 14th November 2010, the Festival will offer film lovers a weeklong programme of events which will include big budget films, world cinema, independent films, documentaries and short films from all over the globe.
France will be represented with many films. Not to be missed “Barking Island” (Chienne D’Histoire) by Serge Avédikian, best short film at this year’s Cannes Film Festival
On Sunday afternoons in his living room, Serge presents miniature performances for small groups of friends. Using low-tech special effects and a lovingly chosen soundtrack, these home-grown spectacles inadvertently communicate the very nature of art and the human desire to create it.
Following runs around the world, from New York to Brazil, Quesne’s work comes to Dublin from 13th to 17th October 2010...
The joint Eurocampus Open Day for St Kilian’s Deutsche Schule Dublin and the Lycée Français d’Irlande
will take place on Thursday, 14 October 2010 at Roebuck Road, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14. A map showing
the school’s location can be found on our website www.lfi.ie.
The IFI is delighted to present this radical interrogation of films from and about the 1960s that has been specially curated by critic, poet and director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Enrique Juncosa. This personal selection captures film’s contribution and response to the seismic shift in social behaviours, and political thought and action, that took place in the 1960s. The selection of films includes : THE MOTHER AND THE WHORE, REGULAR LOVERS , WEEK-END ...
16 Day Festival of theatre, comedy, music, dance and spectacles with the Dublin Fringe Festival 2010. Not to be missed in this year’s programme is JERK. After Avignon, Berlin and Vancouver, this controversial show arrives in Dublin...
IFI Family Festival in association with Temple Bar Cultural Trust The Summer Sensational brings the best films from around the world to our young film fans.
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