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Irish Film Institute information
The Irish Film Institute (IFI) has a couple of screens and shows classics and new art-house films, although we question some of their selections: weird and controversial can be a little tedious. The complex also has a bar, a cafe and a bookshop.
Weekly (€3) or annual (€25) membership is required for some uncertified films that can only be screened as part of a 'club' – the only way to get around the censor's red pen. It's a great cinema, but sometimes it can be a little pretentious.