The IFI brings the very best of new documentary filmmaking from Ireland and abroad to screens this September.
GAZE returns for its 28th edition from Sept 30th to Oct 4th, bringing the best of new and classic international LGBTQ+ cinema to homes across Ireland.
A teenage girl forms a mysterious relationship with an older man in this atmospheric debut from director Nathalie Biancheri.
One of the most important French films of the last decades, Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine has been re-released to mark its twenty fifth anniversary.
Based on Jerzy Kosinski’s acclaimed novel, and shot on luminous monochrome 35mm.
After the death of his mother, 15-year-old Socrates struggles against poverty and homophobia in the favelas of São Paulo.
The powerfully atmospheric new psychological thriller from Hlynur Palmason.
A student of traditional Georgian dance is thrown into a state of confusion when he develops feelings for a male rival.
Britain in the late 1970s. Punk is exploding and the country is divided over immigration.