IFI Documentary Festival

This event has ended

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

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...

Summer Sundays on College Green

College Green

Summer Sundays on College Green - Drawing, Curiosity, Clowns and Carnival. From Drawing in the City featuring sketching classes and 3D pavement illusions, to Explore & Create with Science & Technology attractions from the past, present and future, to City Carnival's Jugglers and Mime Artists - there's something for everyone at Summer Sundays on College Green. For three Sundays in a row July 21st, July 28th and August 4th, Dublin City Council will present this series of three great events. Sunday July 21st Drawing in the City - Inspired by artists such as Claude Monet, Walter

More Details

Big Bang Festival

Various Locations

i4drum - Thursday, July 25th @ 8pm, Gandharva Loka, George's St. €10 i4Drum harmoniously blend beats from across continents with Indian, African and Irish percussion. Mbilou & Kakatsitsi Drummers  - Friday, July 26th @ 8pm, Whelan's. €15 Kakatsitsi Drummers from Ghana are one of the most respected West African drumming groups outside of Africa. They spend half the year at home in Ghana and half on the road, most recently accompanying The Orb at Glastonbury. Their shows are a spiritual experience, made for dancing. They will also be accompanied by Mbilou, a shaman from the Bitwi r

More Details

Vodafone Comedy Festival

Iveagh Gardens

The Vodafone Comedy Festival 2019 will feature an impressive line-up of international and Irish comedians who will feature at the four day event in the unique and stunning surroundings of Iveagh Gardens, in the heart of Dublin. As well as enjoying the world class comedy in five magnificent, fully seated in-door venues, festival-goers can soak up the playground atmosphere in the beautiful walled gardens and enjoy the colourful array of street performers, live music and gourmet food and drinks. Check out the programme to plan the weekend. This year's festival is full to the brim with home-gro

More Details

Music, CD & Record Fair

CIE Hall

Music, CD & Record Fair will see traders from around Ireland and the UK gather to bring Ireland's biggest selection of vinyl, CDs and memorabilia to Dublin's CIE Social Hall in Inchicore, Dublin 8. Three days, dozens of traders, 50 tables and tens of thousands of items! Free admission for accompanied children under 15. Free admission on Sunday with the voucher from the Irish Record Fairs website.

More Details

Bray Air Display

Bray Seafront

Head to Bray this summer and catch some of the best display teams and vintage aircraft in the world as they showcase their incredible aerobatic skills on Saturday, July 27th & Sunday, July 28th, 2019. This is a fantastic free weekend for the whole family to enjoy! There are 2-days of action and entertainment in the air and on the ground. The Bray Air Display is so much more than an air show! Why not enjoy the thrills and spills of the Seafront Funfair, dine alfresco at our Food Village, treat yourself and the family to a meal at one of the many restaurants throughout the town or simply

More Details

Hotter Than July

Smithfield Square

Hotter than July is a free, family-friendly world music festival taking place in Smithfield Square, celebrating the cultural diversity of Dublin city through music and dance from around the world. Presented by Dublin City Council and Improvised Music Company, in collaboration with the Big Bang Festival, Dubliners and visitors to the city can enjoy a musical kaleidoscope of feel-good rhythms and grooving melodies, with food traders and fun interactive workshops adding to this perfect day out celebrating 'summer in the city'. Everybody welcome! As is now tradition, Hotter Than July opens w

More Details

Young Curators Festival

Abbey Theatre

This Summer four 'Young Curators' take over the Peacock at the Abbey Theatre The Abbey Theatre issued the first ever call out for 18 - 25 year olds to help programme a two-week festival at the Theatre. More than 120 people applied from all across the country. The selected Young Curators are – Luke Casserly (Longford), Martha Knight (Dublin), CN Smith (Louth), and Allie Whelan (Kildare). They have been travelling around Ireland to festivals, like the Cork Midsummer Festival, Galway International Arts Festival and Dublin Fringe, along with seeing local productions in the areas they're fro

More Details

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival

Light House Cinema

GAZE is  back this August bank holiday bringing you breathtaking, mind-bending and life-altering cinematic experiences. The 27th edition of GAZE LGBT Film Festival will take place from August 1st to 5th at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield, Dublin. GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin celebrates LGBT storytelling. The exciting programme of films and events engages filmmakers and audiences in a vibrant social experience.  

More Details

Rush Harbour Festival

Rush

Rush Harbour Festival want you to have fun every night with your Family! On the evenings of the 2nd and 3rd, there'll be a Free Family Movie Night! The evening of the 4th welcomes Spring Break, Europe's premier good-time super group - a six-piece act that play the most exciting US floor-fillers of the 1980's. Based in Dublin, and formed out of repeated encounters at the after parties of show business events, the group have performed thousands of shows throughout the country and abroad since they set out in 2005. To warm up for the big party, DJ Hingemaster Flex will boost it even higher, t

More Details