A close-up of two people sitting together in a subway carriage. They are turned towards each other, and the woman rests her forehead on the man's.
Still from If Beale Street Could Talk. Courtesy of the Irish FIlm Institute.Credit

Schools

Schools Programme: If Beale Street Could Talk

23 January 10.30 - 14.00

Location
IFI & National Gallery of Ireland
Admission

Tickets cost €5.80 per student. 

Places are limited, and booking needs to be made via IFI Education: 01 679 4744 or [email protected]

This event is suitable for TY, 5th year and 6th year students. It is a collaboration with the Irish Film Institute.

Director Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) directs this beautiful, heartfelt adaptation of James Baldwin’s timeless novel, a love story about young couple Tish and Fonny. When Fonny is framed by a racist police officer, Tish must battle the justice system to clear her partner’s name. A gorgeously shot film, with each frame an impeccable composition, that evokes textures and tensions of 1970s New York.

After the film screening at the IFI, explore the development of photography as a chronicle of American life in an Interactive tour of the National Gallery of Ireland exhibition Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs | Works from the Bank of America Collection.


Duration: film - 119 minutes / tour - 60 minutes
Cost: €5.80 per student
Booking: Places limited. Booking essential through IFI Education 01 679 4744 or [email protected] 

 

This is part of a series of events presented in association with our exhibition Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs | Works from the Bank of America Collection

This exhibition is made possible through the Bank of America Art in our Communities® program.

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