Irish Film Institute in Temple Bar 

From July 13th – 16th the IFI will collaborate with Science Gallery Dublin, to bring you a feast of science fact and fiction films including Philip Kaufman’s Oscar-winning The Right Stuff on 70mm and Emer Reynold’s award-winning documentaryThe Farthest.


Other films currently confirmed for the festival include Robert Wise’s The Andromeda Strain, which will be introduced by Lauren McKeown, who has previously studied at NASA’s AMES Research Centre in Silicon Valley. There will also be a rare big screen outing for Shane Carruth’s Primer, which will be introduced by Sean Power from Trinity College Dublin’s Department of Philosophy, plus a very special screening of Saul Bass’s influential Phase IV, which will screen with a newly-restored alternate ending.

Tickets for the Dark Skies Festival are now on sale from and from the IFI Box Office.


Thursday, July 13th at 18.15The Andromeda Strain

Friday, July 14th at 18.40Primer

Saturday July 15th at 16.40Phase IV (with alternate ending)

Saturday July 15th at 19.30The Right Stuff in 70mm

Sunday July 16th at 13.40Village of the Damned

Sunday July 16th at 18.00The Quiet Earth

Sunday July 16th at 20.00The Farthest


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