The Audi Dublin International Film Festival is now showing the world’s best films in cinemas throughout Dublin, giving you a chance to catch amazing movies before anyone else.
Just Eat is delighted to be supporting ADIFF as the official food ordering app of the festival to bring you a world of films and a world of food. Now on until 26 February, the 2017 programme rolls out the red carpet in cinemas right across the city of Dublin, bringing a rich mix of new Irish and international films to the capital.
International stars Eric Bana, Kerry Fox, Ross Noble, Ben Wheatley, and Anna Friel are joining top Irish talent Moe Dunford, Cillian Murphy, John Butler and Aiden Gillen on the red carpet.
To help you make your choices we have taken a look through the programme for some of the best picks. There’s plenty more in the programme itself.
Tues 21 Feb | 18:30 | Light House Cinema
We at Just Eat like a film we can sink our teeth into, a box which Cannes favourite The Transfiguration definitely checks. This cool contemporary coming-of-age story takes the form of an NYC-set vampire fable, following 14 year-old Milo, an outsider with a dark secret, who develops feelings for his new neighbour Sophie. Director Michael O’Shea will be in attendance.
Wed 22 Feb | 18:20 | Cineworld
Director Olivier Assayas reunites with the excellent Kristen Stewart, who steals the show in this extremely stylish modern day ghost story. All About Eve meets Ghost, the story follows a high-end personal shopper and medium who attempts to communicate with her recently deceased twin brother Lewis. Gradually, mysterious things begin to occur.
Fri 24 Feb | 19:30 | Savoy 1
This acclaimed epic cult classic has never before been seen in Irish cinemas. An amazing chance to see the film on the big screen at the Savoy, the way it was meant to be seen, don’t miss out on this stunning science fiction thriller set in a dystopian future with a masterful performance from the late Sir John Hurt in the role of Gilliam.
Sat 25 Feb | 20:45 | Cineworld
See the fast-rising London band Wolf Alice (a favourite from the recent T2 Trainspotting soundtrack) on the road as you’ve never seen them before. This wonderfully wistful semi-documentary from Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People, The Trip) mesmerises, capturing the bewitching talent of the band and charisma of frontwoman Ellie Rowsell.
Sun 26 Feb | 17:00 | Savoy 1
One of the most eagerly anticipated presentations in the festival, the Surprise Film is shown amid great speculation and no one – not even the projectionist – knows the film’s title until the first few frames on screen slowly reveal its true identity. An annual treat for the brave and the bold, the Surprise Film is a tightly guarded secret, but one thing that can be guaranteed is that no one need go hungry, as this year the screening is supported by Just Eat, the official food ordering app of ADIFF, who will be offering special discounts and vouchers to everyone in the audience.