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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.
GALWAY WILL have the chance to see the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of the Bard's The Merchant of Venice when it is broadcast live to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, on Wednesday July 22 at 7pm.
BROTHER DEGE (AKA Dege Legg), whose song ‘Too Old To Die Young’ was hand picked by Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained, will play County Galway this month.
THIS MUST Be The Place, the English language debut of director Paolo Sorrentino, starring Sean Penn, will screen in The Eye Cinema on Thursday March 22 at 7pm.
THE GALWAY Film Society will screen two films over the coming week - one about a nervous new pope, the other about gender and identity in pre-teens.
IT WAS like a scene straight out of a western. Five guys were sitting around a table one night playing cards and drinking whiskey. They wanted to hear some music that would capture the mood. They went through all the CDs they had lying around, but only one suited.
SPAGHETTI WESTERN was a term of abuse invented by American critics for the Wild West movies made by Italian directors in the 1960s, but the Italians were to have the last laugh.
Athlone Film Club present the visually stunning and passionate Italian melodrama, I Am Love, on Tuesday December 7 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
Following Athlone Film Club’s award for originality at the St Patrick’s Day parade it is quite apt that the club’s next film pushes the borders on originality with a new kind of genre: the eastern, or Asian western.
On Tuesday January 27 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone Film Club is screening the Last Mistress (Une Vielle Maitresse), the 2007 French-Italian movie based on a controversial novel by French writer Jules Amedee Barbe d'Aurevilly.