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This year's IFI Stranger Than Fiction is packed with more reality than ever

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  Space Tourists, Tigers, Wind Horses, Winnebagos, Dublin's Pyjama Girls and the Dalai Lama; this year's IFI Stranger Than Fiction documentary film festival is packed with more reality than ever 15th-18th April 2010 With twenty-two of the finest documentaries, including 19 premieres, this year's expanded IFI Stranger Than Fiction festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Launching the programme today Niall Macpherson, Festival Programmer said, ‘We're ...

The Irish Film Institute announces a major cinema expansion and redevelopment

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The Irish Film Institute is delighted to announce a major redevelopment of its landmark Old Quaker Meeting House premises on Eustace Street in Temple Bar. Plans have been unveiled to create a third cinema in addition to the existing two cinema screens, a major overhaul of the existing public areas, and significant development of the IFI's Irish Film Archive allowing better access to the archive's collection for the IFI's audience, film researchers and students.  Speaking of the redevelopmen...

Bruno Chatelin to speak at Screen Leaders EU 2008

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Screenleaders is a strategic company development programme devised for experienced owner/managers working in film, television production, animation and post-production facilities.The programme is designed to enhance business expertise in the key areas of personal management, strategic planning and opportunities in the international marketplace. What makes Screen Leaders unique and very effective is that we consult with the participating companies to ensure that the content is custom designed to ...

Bruno Chatelin to speak at Screen Leaders EU 2008

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Screenleaders is a strategic company development programme devised for experienced owner/managers working in film, television production, animation and post-production facilities.The programme is designed to enhance business expertise in the key areas of personal management, strategic planning and opportunities in the international marketplace. What makes Screen Leaders unique and very effective is that we consult with the participating companies to ensure that the content is custom designed to ...

Interview with Cillian for The Wind That Shakes The Barley

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The Wind That Shakes The Barley won Ken Loach the coveted Palme d’Or at Cannes this year, and its star, Cillian Murphy reckons that’s just where the credit should go, with a film that tackles a pivotal moment in Irish/British history. For a Cork-born lad, it’s very close to home, he tells Andrew L. Urban.Cillian (pronounced with a K) Murphy arrived in Sydney on a Monday morning from the North American premiere of The Wind That Shakes The Barley at the Toronto film festival, via a short Los...

Hill 16: Best Film award at the Cherbourg Festival

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'Hill 16', the multi-award winning debut feature film by Dublin writer/director Dermot Doyle scooped this years Prix du jury Lyceens {Young People's Choice} 'Best Film' award at the Cherbourg British & Irish Film Festival, at the award ceremony on Sunday night, April 2nd. . 27 year old Doyle, from Castleknock in Dublin, attended the festival over the weekend with other film-makers from Britain and Ireland. Reacting to the win Doyle said; " It was really special to have our film appreciated by t...
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