The O'Kalem Collection: 1910-1915 (2011) Directed by Sidney Olcott (The "O'Kalem" Films, 1910-1915) Directed by Peter Flynn (Blazing The Trail: The O'Kalems in Ireland) Distributed by the Irish Film Institute and Biff Productions www.
What does IFI stand for?
IFI stands for Irish Film Institute (est. 1943)
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We have 122 other meanings of IFI in our Acronym Attic
- Intensive Family Intervention (behavioral health)
- International Fabricare Institute
- International Federation of Interior Designers
- International Finance Institute
- International Financial Institutions (IMF, World Bank, etc.)
- International Fixed Income
- International Flood Initiative
- International Food Ingredients (publication)
- Internet Finance International
- Invasive Fungal Infection
- Islamic Foundation of Ireland
- Issued for Information
- Istituti Finanziari Internazionali (Italian: International Financial Institutions)
- Inspection of Financial Institutions Act (South Africa)
- Intermountain Forest Industry Association (now Intermountain Forest Association)
- International Federation of Inspection Agencies
- International Federation of Inventors' Associations
- International Food Ingredients Additives (trade show)
- International Forestry Investment Advisors LLC (est. 2005; Cambridge, MA)
- International Financial Institutions Advisory Commission
Samples in periodicals archive:
He died in December 2012 after programming the Irish Film Institute in Dublin for 18 years.
The Dublin star is set to wow audiences with his performance in the film Man On The Train when it premieres in the Irish Film Institute this evening.
Working with An Foras Feasa, NUI Maynooth, the Dundalk Institute of Technology, the Irish Film Institute, and Gael-Linn, the objective will be to build a wiki-based learning environment around these distinctive primary source materials.
Jack Charlton - The Irish Years is on at the Irish Film Institute in Dublin on September 29 and in Belfast on October 8.
Records already available to the public include those for the Irish language newsreels, Amharc Eireann (Look at Ireland) 1956 to 1964 and the films made by the Irish Film Institute (precursor to the Film Institute of Ireland) of the All Ireland Championship Hurling Finals 1949 to 1968, as well as some of the more prominent films held in the Archive.
MOVIE-lovers are to be treated with a weekend of free cinema as the Irish Film Institute marks its 20th birthday.
Peter Walsh, the Cinema Programmer at the Arts Lab and now head of cinema at the Irish Film Institute, recalls why he did so.