The Farthest, plus a Q&A with director Emer Reynolds hosted by Dara O’Briain
In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America, plus a Q&A with director Maurice Fitzpatrick hosted by Maxine Mawhinney
The Breadwinner, plus a Q&A with director Nora Twomey
Irish Short Films – Programme 2
The Secret Scripture, plus a Q&A with director Jim Sheridan
Song of Granite. Song of Granite is Ireland’s entry for the 90th Oscars, in the Best Foreign-language Film category.
Gaze @25yrs – Irish LGBT Short Films
The Star & Shadow Animation Workshop with Irish Film London artist Manju Gregory
Plus a Q&A with director Stephen Burke and members of the cast
Preview Screening (invite only)
Irish Short Films – Programme 1
Panel discussion: Female Focus Forum
Panel discussion: Irish Screen Industries, the UK and Brexit
The Drummer and the Keeper opens this year's festival at Picturehouse Central.
A unique opportunity to hear about the role of a world renouned casting director, and to pose your questions on the best ways to prepare for casting calls.
Bertha Dochouse presents this special screening of School Life, with accompanying Q&A with directors Neasa Ní Chianáin & David Rane
Catch Emer Reynolds' The Farthest + Director Q&A at Picturehouse Central, Thuesday 31st August. Feature documentary telling the story of NASA's iconic Voyager mission & its Golden Record
London Premiere of Cardboard Gangsters with a producer and cast Q&A.
We're back in the Crown and Two Chairmen this June for another social gathering for Irish filmmakers and friends. All are welcome.
Irish Film London brings His & Hers to Ashford Place, for a screening, and a Q&A with Director Ken Wardrop.
An exclusive screening of Handsome Devil, starring Andrew Scott, Moe Dunford, Fionn O'Shea and Nicholas Galitzine, with a cast Q&A hosted by Attitude Magazine's Matthew Todd.
St. Patrick's Film Festival London, 17-19 March 2017, featuring Irish film and animation.