IFI Documentary Festival

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IFI Documentary Festival

Irish Film Institute (IFI), Wednesday 26th September - Sunday 30th September 2018

The Irish Film Institute is pleased to announce the 16th IFI Documentary Festival, which will once again present the very best of new Irish and international documentary filmmaking. Featuring fifteen features in total and a perennially popular shorts programme, this year's festival will include the world première of Marcus Robinson's An Engineer Imagines seven Irish premières, including the festival's opening film Minding the Gap, winner of the 2018 Sheffield Doc/Fest New Talent and Audience Awards. The event will also welcome a number of special guests from across the globe throughout the five days of the festival.

5 film pass for €45 available exclusively at the IFI Box Office.

Wednesday 26th
20.20     Minding the Gap plus post-screening wine reception

Thursday 27th
18.00     The Life After + Q&A
20.20     The Curious Works of Roger Doyle + Q&A

Friday 28th
12.00     Screen Producers Ireland Panel Discussion
18.00     An Engineer Imagines + Q&A
20.30     A Woman Captured + Q&A

Saturday 29th
13.30     Irish Shorts Programme
15.30     Losing Alaska + Q&A
17.00     Gurrumul
18.40     Our New President
20.30     Katie + Q&A

Sunday 30th
13.30     The Man Who Wanted To Fly + Q&A
15.30     Lovers of the Night + Q&A
16.00     The Judge
17.40     When All Is Ruin Once Again + Q&A
18.00     Island + Q&A
20.30     The Silence of Others + Q&A


Date:
Wednesday 26th September - Sunday 30th September 2018
Time:
Varies
Price:
Varies
Address:
Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street, Ireland

Google Map of Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street, Ireland

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