Ipswich Film Theatre is an independent cinema in the heart of the Ipswich Corn Exchange. It was founded in 1975 and has been at the forefront of independent cinema ever since.
Our satellite page, IFT At Home, is a place for exclusive premieres and current films we are unable to show while our doors remain closed during the COVID-19 crisis. We want to continue to provide you with the very best in cinema while at home.
Click on the posters below to visit each film’s page, book tickets and support us. A percentage from each ticket purchase goes to Ipswich Film Theatre.
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Chinonye Chukwu delivers one of the most powerful pieces of American cinema in years with Clemency. Alfre Woodard has never been more engaging than she is as prison warden Bernadine Williams, a veteran of countless executions, for whom the psychological tolls have become an unspeakable burden and the third person in her marriage. Woodard is […]
We welcome the recent announcement from the Prime Minister that cinemas can start to reopen from July 4. At Ipswich Film Theatre we are committed to delivering the safest possible environment at all times and have concluded that September is the optimal month for us to reopen our doors. Our recent Reopening Survey highlighted a […]
Rubika Shah and Ed Gibbs deliver a powerful award-winning documentary, as timely now as it was 40 years ago. White Riot won the Grierson Award at the BFI London Film Festival in 2019 and is previewing now with IFT At Home. Britain, late-1970s. Punk is exploding. The country is deeply divided over immigration. The National […]