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Irish Film Institute (IFI)

4.0 from 9 reviews
53.3447990417, -6.2653398514

6, Eustace Street,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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+353 1 679 3477

The Irish Film Institute (IFI) preserves, presents and promotes film culture in Ireland. Since it's conception in 1945, it has been responsible for bringing to Ireland a host of arthouse cinema, foreign film festivals, documentary films and lots, lots more. There is a bookshop and a Café Bar where customers can relax and discuss movies (or life in general) over a coffee or a pint before (or after a film).

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9 Reviews

Irish Film Institute (... was first reviewed by Alan Q. on 20 August 2008

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Mick V. Member since: July 2009 6 Reviews

Lives 1.47 km from Irish Film Institute (IFI)


never even seen a film here.. i go for their potato skins.. yum

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Reviewed on: 12 May 2010

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Carlagh C. Member since: April 2010 5 Reviews

Lives 7.37 km from Irish Film Institute (IFI)


I love this place. I usually go with a friend on the way home from work, I work in Smithfield but I much prefer here to the Lighthouse.

The food is great and really reasonable, the service is quick and you usually get a great main course for about a tenner.

It's such a different experience than the mainstream cinema. The first thing you notice is the silence! Most people who come here are really into their movies and come to watch them and not to loudly munch popcorn (which they do not serve!) and yap to their mates.

For some reason I have loved every film I have ever seen here (most notably Lars and The Real Girl and most recently Humpday), it's a really cool and not too pricey evening out.

Reviewed on: 15 Apr 2010


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