Irish Film Institute – IFI Update – The IFI is temporarily closed
We hope that all of our supporters and audiences are taking care during this difficult time. As you will be aware, for the safety of our audiences and staff, the IFI is temporarily closed until further notice.
Immense gratitude to everyone who is showing support for the arts, and to the film industry, during these uncertain times.
If you’d like to see how you can support IFI, please visit ifi.ie/support. Thank you!
NEW IRISH FILM
New Irish films now available to view on demand include Neasa Hardiman’s debut feature Sea Fever (available on a variety of platforms including iTunes and Google Play); Nick Rowland’s Calm with Horses (available to rent or buy); and the 2018 IFI Documentary Festival film When All Is In Ruin Once Again (available to rent for 30 days).
During these difficult times, we’d like to thank our members who continue to support the IFI. Anyone who renews or signs up for Membership will receive free tickets, which we’ll keep safely for you when we’re back up and running, along with a host of other in-house benefits, including deals at the much-loved IFI Café Bar. We really appreciate your help. If you’re interested in finding out more see: ifi.ie/membership/
Behind the scenes, the team are still working to re-open the IFI and would like to thank all of our patrons who have supported us in the recent weeks. The IFI is a registered charity; for a range of opportunities to support us, click here. Thank you.
FILM STREAMING OFFERS
Our good friends at MUBI are offering IFI audiences three months of free subscription to their streaming platform, and Curzon are offering a 15% discount on their In Cinemas Now collection, featuring films like The Truth, with the promo code ATHOME15.