Previous 2018 Events
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In association with Irish Film London, The Celluloid Sorceress presents a 35mm double feature programme – Tigerland (2000) and Phone Booth (2002)
We’re delighted to support IIBN’s An Evening with Philomena Lee at Metro Bank
Irish Film London and Altitude Films present the London Premiere of Black 47 + Q&A with director Lance Daly and cast members Jim Broadbent, James Frecheville and Moe Dunford
In Memory of our late volunteer Cathy Twomey, we supported this fundraising screening of The Young Offenders at the Martyrs, Wembley Park.
We are delighted to announce that Colin Farrell has become our newest patron! In celebration, we are screening In Bruges + Seven Psychopaths, with a special Q&A in between with Ros Hubbard
Irish Film London, in association with Pathe presents the UK Premiere of Lenny Abrahamson’s The Little Stranger + Q&A with Lenny Abrahamson & Sarah Waters.
Join us for this Irish Documentary Filmmakers' Gathering at the Open City Documentary Festival, after screenings of The Image You Missed, The Patriot Game and a talk by Tadgh O’Sullivan.
IFL are delighted to be partnering with Open City Documentary Festival on this special screening of Donal Foreman’s The Image You Missed at the ICA.
Preview Screening of Callum Macrae's The Ballymurphy Precedent at our festival hub The Regent Street Cinema in association with Dartmouth Films.
Join us at Regent Street Cinema for this UK Premiere screening of The Delinquent Season, plus a Q&A with actor Andrew Scott.
Join Irish Film London and the Women’s Irish Network for this summer gathering in the Dingle Whiskey Bar, at Porterhouse Covent Garden this July 17th.
IFL Founder Kelly O'Connor will speak at Scotland House this month, on a panel focused on the achievements of young people in business and arts.
IFL’s collaboration with Studio Canal, Emerald Street and Women in Film & TV UK: a special preview screening of The Breadwinner, plus Q&A with Helen O’Hara, Anne Morrison, Nora Twomey and Yalda Hakim.
Film screening and director's Q&A: Liverpool: In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America.
Film screening and director's Q&A: Birmingham: In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America.
Film screening and director's Q&A: Manchester: In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America.
Film screening and director's Q&A: Leeds: In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America.
We are delighted to partner with Bertha Dochouse on this special screening of Ross Whitaker's documentary Between Land & Sea, based on the surf culture in Lahinch.
Vivienne Dick: This programme brings three of her recent films into a dialogue with a key earlier work in her oeuvre. In partnership with Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image & the Essay Film Festival.
Join us for this double-bill screening of Kíla: Pota Óir + An Béal Bocht / The Poor Mouth + a Q&A with special guests, at the Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square.
A screening of family feature animation Moon Man plus a children's shadow animation workshop for 6yrs+
We're visiting the brand new independent cinema at Lewes Depot this St. Patrick's Day to screen the Secret of Kells and run a Shadow Animation Workshop.
Join us for the UK Premiere of Damo & Ivor: The Movie + a Q&A with director Ronan Burke and star Andrew Quirke at the Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Square.
The London Film School plays host to 2 programmes of Irish Short Films this March as part of the St. Patrick's Day Festival.
The St. Patrick's Film Festival London returns with a host of Irish films - Friday 16th - Sunday 18th March 2018.