Exclusive: Check Out These Jaw-Dropping New Mondo Posters Celebrating IFC Films

To celebrate 20 years of the big name in small (and great) movies, Mondo commissioned artists to create drool-worthy new screen prints for some of IFC's most beloved titles.

by | September 2, 2021 | Comments


Mondo IFC Screen prints

(Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight, We Buy Your Kids, Sara Wong)

Fan-art super brand Mondo has just announced something sure to have adventurous cinephiles drooling – and reaching for their wallets.

To celebrate 20 years of celebrated independent and foreign film distributor IFC Films and its genre-focused sibling IFC Midnight, Mondo commissioned several boundary-pushing artists and collectives to produce a set of exclusive limited-edition posters for 13 IFC releases. (OK, so technically it’s been 21 years, but a certain global event pushed back the celebrations.)

Among the collection of screen prints, you’ll find new visual interpretations of Lars von Trier’s Antichrist, Steve McQueen’s Hunger, Lena Dunham’s Tiny Furniture, and Noah Baumbach’s Frances Ha.

For genre fans, there’s The Autopsy of Jane DoeBerberian Sound System, and more.

In all, the collection totals 16 screen prints (Valhalla Rising gets two posters, and The Punk Singer a set of three!). And, in a Rotten Tomatoes exclusive, you can feast your eyes on them below.

Mondo will begin rolling out the prints for sale on a weekly basis from September 9 at

The Noweher Inn

(Photo by Anne Benjamin)

Berberian Sound Studio

(Photo by Aaron Denton)


(Photo by Peter Diamond)

Frances Ha

(Photo by Laurent Durieux)

Tiny Furniture

(Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight)


(Photo by Leslie Herman)


(Photo by Rafa Orrico)


(Photo by Greg Ruth)

Y Tu Mama Tambien

(Photo by Sara Wong)

Valhalla Rising

(Photo by Sin Eater)

Valhalla Rising

(Photo by Sin Eater)

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

(Photo by Tula Lotay)

The Punk Singer

(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)

The Punk Singer

(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)

The Punk Singer

(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)

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