Sunday, November 23, 2014

Solas Nua Announces 9th Annual Capital Irish Film Festival

Michael Fassbender stars in Lenny Abrahamson's Frank

From our friends at Solas Nua...

We are delighted to announce that the Capital Irish Film Festival will take place February 5-8, 2015 at venues including the Goethe-Institut and Landmark's E Street Cinema.

We also just opened sales for Full Festival Passes, these are a great value way to see every film we are screening. The CIFF 2015 program includes an exciting selection of shorts, narrative features, documentaries and even a special program of music and multimedia works. Highlights include Niall Heery's offbeat comedy Gold, Tom Collins' edgy thriller An Bronntanas (The Gift) and Lenny Abrahamson's quirky and endearing Frank starring Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Want to know more about CIFF 2015?
Visit our site to download our PDF brochure or watch trailers.

Want to save big on CIFF?
We are offering a limited number of "Super Early Bird" discounts on Festival Passes. Priced at just $55 they are $20 cheaper than our standard Festival Pass price, so they are bound to sell out quickly. Visit Eventbrite to purchase.

Here's a rundown of next year's CIFF schedule...

Thursday, 02/05: Gold, E Street Cinema, 7 PM
Friday, 02/06: A City Dreaming, Venue TBA, 6 PM
Friday, 02/06: An Bronntanas, Venue TBA, 8.30 PM
Saturday, 02/07: Saturday Shorts, Goethe-Institut, 1 PM
Saturday , 02/07: It Came from Connemara, Goethe-Institut, 3 PM
Saturday, 02/07: Music & Multimedia Concert, Goethe-Institut, 5 PM
Saturday, 02/07: Frank, Goethe-Institut, 8 PM
Sunday, 02/08: Sunday Shorts, Goethe-Institut, 1 PM
Sunday, 02/08: The Wind Blows Where It Wants, Goethe-Institut, 3 PM
Sunday, 02/08: Blood Fruit, Goethe-Institut, 4.30 PM
Sunday, 02/08: A Terrible Beauty, Goethe-Institut, 7 PM

Click the film title to find out more about the movie and watch a trailer.