Throughout 2016 IFI International presents a range of film programmes which reflect the evolution of Ireland as an independent state since 1916.
IFI International has curated a series of packages which draw on contemporary and archival materials – indigenous and foreign, fictional and factual – to enhance international audiences’ understanding of Ireland and the history that has shaped it. The intention is to prompt interrogation of contemporary Irish society through a range of cinematic experiences.
The programme uses the events of 1916 as a point of departure from which to examine Ireland on film over the past 100 years. Fiction films will address the 1916 – 1922 period in dramatic form whille a series of feature documentaries will provide state-of-the-nation reflections on Irish society in the following decades.
Programmes are tailored to meet a range of exhibition needs and will be made available to new and perennial IFI International partners throughout 2016.
Follow the link for a list of upcoming events: