Kinoteka, in cooperation with the Embassy of Ireland, is hosting a Week of Irish Film.
Ireland’s film industry is an important element in a smart and creative digital economy. Punching above its weight, Ireland’s film-making talent has a high international profile and is winning major international awards. Ireland is also an excellent co-producing partner for European and international productions, offering excellent facilities, stunning locations and award-winning casts and crews.
It will be possible for cinemagoers in Slovenia to view a selection of Irish films during the Week of Irish Film, which runs from 10 - 17 September. Hosted by Kinoteka in cooperation with the Embassy of Ireland, the week provides an opportunity for audiences of all ages and backgrounds to learn more about Irish film.
Image: Circus Fantasticus (Janez Burger, 2010)
The programme will include:
Into the West (Mike Newell, Ireland/GB, 1992) - Sunday, 10 September at 17:00
Circus Fantasticus (Janez Burger, Slovenia/Ireland/Finland/Sweden, 2010) - Tuesday, 12 September at 21:00
Hunger (Steve McQueen, VB/Ireland, 2008) - Wednesday, 13 September at 21:00 (opening night)
Michael Collins (Neil Jordan, Ireland/GB/USA, 1996) - Thursday, 14 September at 20:00
Bloody Sunday (Paul Greengrass, GB/Ireland, 2002) - Saturday, 16 September 19:00
The Secret of Kells (Tomm Moore, Ireland/France/Belgium, 2009) - Sunday, 17 September at 17:00
The Magdalen Sisters (Peter Mullan, GB/Ireland, 2002) - Sunday, 17 September at 19:00