IFI, Wednesday 25th September - Sunday 29th September

The Irish Film Institute's 17th IFI Documentary Festival.

With fifteen features and its perennially popular shorts programme, the festival will once again showcase the very best of Irish and international documentary filmmaking. The festival will open with the Irish premiere of Benjamin Berman's The Amazing Johnathan Documentary. This year's line-up will also include the world premiere of Peter Kelly's Journey to the Edge, Paul Duane's Best Before Death featuring a live performance from Bill Drummond and Tam Dean Burn, plus a whole host of invited guests and panellists.

Wednesday 25th
20.30 The Amazing Johnathan Documentary

Thursday 26th
6.15pm – Advocate
8.20pm – A Dog Called Money + Q&A

Friday 27th
6.30pm – Los Reyes
8.20pm – Best Before Death + White Saviour Complex performance

Saturday 28th
1.30pm – Irish Shorts Programme
2.10pm – Gods of Molenbeek
3.40pm – Citizen Europe + Q&A
3.50pm – Talking About Trees
6.00pm – Push + Panel discussion
8.30pm – Heyday + Q&A

Sunday 29th
1.00pm – Journey to the Edge + Q&A
3.10pm – Taste of Cement + Q&A
3.20pm – The Pit
5.30pm – Cold Case Hammarskjöld
8.00pm – Système K + Q&A

Wednesday 25th September - Sunday 29th September
Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin Fringe Festival

Various Locations

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Culture Night


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Children’s Books Ireland International Conference

Light House Cinema

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