Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute In New Partnership

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute in New Partnership.
Photo: courtesy of Belltable, Limerick.

The Irish Film Institute (IFI) and Belltable are delighted to announce a new partnership called [email protected]  From January 2017 Limerick cinema audiences will enjoy films directly selected from the Irish Film Institute monthly programme. Movie lovers can now enjoy the best in cultural cinema at the time of release.  

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute Poster for the screening of I, Daniel Blake directed by Ken Loach.

Since Marketa Dowling, Programme Manager of the Belltable, came on board in April 2016 cultural cinema has been screened weekly and has proved a great success with cinema goers. This new partnership is hugely significant as it benefits from the expertise, passion and access that the IFI has to offer.  Marketa noted “We are really excited about our partnership with the Irish Film Institute. Our audiences will benefit hugely from IFI’s expertise and experience of programming top quality arthouse cinema. 

We are proud to be presenting the weekly [email protected] programme, bringing the best in cultural cinema into the Mid-West.”

Ross Keane, Director of the IFI stated: “We’re delighted to be embarking on a new partnership with the Belltable which will bring the best of IFI programmes and films to new audiences in Limerick. IFI National tours programmes around the country throughout the year, but we’re excited to now have a permanent hub at Belltable, offering weekly IFI programming at this magnificent venue.”  

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute

Belltable Hosts Irish Film Institute

The new [email protected] season will launch on Monday, 9th January. We are delighted to screen I, Daniel Blake: the 2016 Palm D’Or winner from legendary director Ken Loach. Screenings will now take place every Monday evening in the comfort of the Belltable.

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