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AT 95, veteran Italian film maker and opera producer Franco Zeffirelli shows no signs of slowing down, as he is staging Puccini's much loved La Bohème at New York's Metropolitan Opera.
CONJURING FATE, the County Antrim power metal quintet, who have won notice across Ireland for their scintillating and high octane live shows, will make their Galway debut when they play the city next week.
If you have already started gathering together a few items for your holiday, then take a look at some of the gorgeous Roger & Gallet travel-size products.
Throughout March and April, Ballina Arts Centre will present Girlhood, an exhibition by Mayo artist Orla Sloyan. Girlhood is the collaborative result of a photographic project between the photographer and the Maughan family that documents the family’s special and intimate occasions from 2007 to 2016.
FRENCH FILM Things To Come, winner of Best Director at the 2016 Berlin International Film Festival, and starring Isabelle Huppert will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre by the Galway Film Society.
MOHAMAD MALAS’S first film in almost a decade and a French film about an actor coming out of retirement will be screened in Galway this weekend.
A FRENCH actress meets a mysterious passenger aboard a train and decides to follow him to his destination.
Athlone Film Club continues its winter season with the award-winning French dramatic film , Love (Amour), on Tuesday November 26 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2012 and the Oscar for Best Foreign Film 2013, Amour is a film not to be missed.
The next screening at Linenhall Film Club is the heartfelt French film The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Inspired by a Victor Hugo poem, director Robert Guédiguian introduces us to the world of Michel and Marie-Claire, a couple who have lived happily together for 30 years. Upstanding middle-aged factory worker and socialist shop steward Michel has just been forced into early retirement, but soon after they are attacked in their home, beaten, tied up and robbed of everything including their wedding rings. However it transpires that one of their attackers is a co-worker also made redundant, a young man who is attempting to support himself and his young dependents. An eloquent and quietly gripping film about the politics of everyday life.
THE GALWAY Film Society’s winter/spring 2013 season opens this Sunday at 8.15pm with French film The Snows of Kilimanjaro.