A look back at the last decade and the great Irish cinema festival
A look at the year 2018 as a whole.
We look at how we can all make a difference.
And we look forward to 2019.
The year 2018 has been marked by a series of remarkable milestones.
It began with the unveiling of the world’s first integrated cinema system in India, the Bollywood cinema, with the first-ever live performance of “The Sound of Music”, and the debut of the first fully immersive theatre experience.
It also marked the first time the film festival, in which many films are screened in the same city, was held on the same day as a major international event.
This year, 2019 marks the centenary of the festival, and the centennial of the cinema festival.
As it does every year, the cinema festivals will be commemorated with an open and immersive cinema experience.
The theme of 2019 is “The Great Cinema Festival” and will feature films from around the world, from some of the most respected films of the 20th century.
The film festival will be open to the public from 6am to 8pm on the day of the event, and from 12 noon to 7pm on Wednesday, July 11.
The festival will also feature an all-day event, from noon to 6pm on Thursday, July 12, in an effort to bring the whole country together for the festival.
The main event is the opening of the Bicentennial Festival, which is set to run for two days, from 1pm on Saturday, July 16 to 4pm on Sunday, July 17.
The Festival of Lights, the largest and longest-running festival of the year, will run from 11am on Saturday to 3pm on Tuesday, July 20.
The Festival of Literature will run throughout the year and culminate with the opening ceremony on Tuesday July 21.
The Film Festival of Ireland, which will be held in Dublin between 7pm and 10pm on July 24, is also set to open on the final day of 2019.
A number of events are also planned for the summer months.
In addition to the Film Festival, the Dublin Zoo will host the ZooFest, which includes the opening and closing ceremonies for the Zoo.
The Dublin Zoological Park will be opened to the general public from June 15 to July 3, 2019, with a film screening and exhibit on Thursday July 8.
A special programme will run on Friday July 9, with an opening ceremony from 11.30am to 1pm and a viewing and exhibitor day from 10am to 5pm.
In 2019, the Irish Film Festival will be celebrated at the Royal Athenaeum, where films from the last 10 years will be screened, as well as special screenings, including a film by Michael Moore, and a new documentary from director Michael Cimino.
Tickets for all the events will go on sale on September 1.
We are also planning a special event to mark the centenaries of the Film and Literature Festivals, where the Festival of Books will be showcased and presented in a special exhibition from 10.30pm on September 10.
A great deal of work has gone into planning the centennials of the two major film festivals, with festival organisers, producers and other members of the public taking part in the planning process.
In the year to date, over 100,000 tickets have been sold for the festivals.
We have a dedicated team of artists and cultural specialists working tirelessly to ensure that the festival’s celebrations are the best possible.
The Film Festival Ireland is a global event, attracting more than 500,000 visitors annually, and attracts the world-class talent from around Europe and the US.
It is an important part of the cultural and artistic life of Ireland and a truly international festival, offering audiences from all over the world the chance to see, hear and experience films from every corner of the globe.
The annual Film Festival is an international event and brings together filmmakers, filmmakers and film fans from across the globe to explore new ideas, engage with the audiences of the international film community, and to experience a new way of making cinema.