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GALWAY TEENS interested in animation, cinema, and making movies should check out the Galway Film Centre Summer Camps, where they will have a chance to make a short to be screened at Irish film festivals.
TRADING FACES Film School students have appeared in two different films, both of which have won acclaim at the recent Fresh Film Festival in Limerick.
GALWAY ANIMATORS, Aoibhinn Ní Choille and Cian MacCoille, have won the Animation Award at the recent Fresh Film Festival in Limerick.
A group of Castlebar youngsters submitted a film recently that was shortlisted at the Fresh Film Festival. The Fresh Film Festival has run for 17 years and allows young film makers from eight to 16 years old to make their own film. The final 50 short listed films were screened at a Limerick cinema in March.
THE AMAZING adventures of a young French woman, a tiny girl who lives under the floorboards, the lives of three young street dancers in Germany, and making sculptures from other people’s rubbish - it is all in this year’s Junior Galway Film Fleadh.