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In 1939 my mother and I spent Christmas with both my grandmothers and on a cold bright day we set off for Galway by train.
Today is Africa Day and is a day for Galwegians and the city’s African community to celebrate and experience each other’s culture and to stimulate exchange between different music traditions.
THE FATHER of African film, Cape Verde's best loved LGBT woman, and the coming of age of an Afro hipster, these are just some of the stories and people to feature at the 10th annual Galway African Film Festival.
BODY OF Christ, an award winning short film - which runs for only 81 seconds - and which was made in Galway has been selected to screen at two major international festivals this spring.
FIFTEEN FILMS, from comedies to political documentaries, a multicultural choir performance, and exhibitions by African artists, make up the ninth Galway African Film Festival.
FROM EGYPT to Morocco, from Nigeria to Burkina Faso, the best new African movies will be on screen at he seventh Galway African Film Festival.
THE RICH diversity of African films, animations, shorts, and documentaries, offering both entertainment and a fresh perspective on life in the continent, will be on show in Galway.
AWARD-WINNING movies from Morocco, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, South Africa, and Rwanda will be shown in the Nuns Island Arts Theatre for the fifth Galway African Film Festival.
IT’S STRANGE but many people actually think of and refer to Africa as if it were one country, not a continent of many and diverse nations.