Irish Film Institute is a non-profit organization set up for the promotion of film culture and film as entertainment in Ireland. Besides holding 2 cinemas, the institute comprises of 2 main bodies. The education department and the film archive. It operates IFI Cinemas, IFI Education and the Irish Film Archive. Learn more about Irish Film Institute by browsing the section, Dublin Cinemas.
Are you concerned about the situation in Iraq? Are you curious to know what kind of harsh conditions the common people there are going through? If your answer is yes, then you will want to be at the screening of Michael Franti’s directorial effort “I know I’m not alone”. This heart-rending documentary will be screened on December 7, 2006 at Film Base which is located on Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin. Price of admission is €5. For more information, check out http://www.iknowimnotalone.com?
Filming sequels has led a new trend in the film industry all over the world and has also opened a debate to discuss whether it is justified or not. On one hand? it is proven successful in form of coming-up with new creativites & digital technology but at the same time? it is also? challenging to? the capabilities of old stars that had appeared in the same? movies? picturized earlier.
Well, what to say & what not to say but it’s YOU who have to watch up-coming sequels? and identify the difference.? The movies for this week? are?
(A? sequel to the 2002 comedy film, Jackass: The Movie & is directed by Jeff Tremaine)
(A sequel of The Santa Clause, directed by Michael Lembeck )