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First titles announced for Galway Film Fleadh 2018!!

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The Galway Film Fleadh, which will take place from 10th – 15th July 2018, has revealed two World Premieres and two Irish premieres making up part of its 30th festival programme.

Movie man Mulligan wins bursary

Charlestown director/writer/producer Alan Mulligan has been named as the recipient of the Film Mayo Tyrone Guthrie bursary for 2018.

Reel time at last - Pálás Cinema opens this weekend

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A decade after it was first announced, and after many delays and setbacks along the way, Galway's three-screen arthouse cinema, Pálás, finally opens its doors tomorrow evening, Friday February 23.

William Fitzgerald named new Galway Film Fleadh programmer

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William Fitzgerald has been appointed as the new programmer for the Galway Film Fleadh, taking over from Gar O’Brien who has stepped down after seven years in the role.

Help support new Galway short film

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COMEDIANS JASON Byrne and Eric Lalor star in Sons and Broken Noses, a new, Galway made short film co-directed by Colin Fleming and Nigel O'Brien, and written by Damien Aulsberry.

Do you have a budding young film maker?

Do you have a budding young film maker in the family? Clapperboard Junior Film School might be the answer.

Do you have a budding young film maker?

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Do you have a budding young film maker?

Do you have a budding young film maker in the family? Clapperboard Junior Film School might be the answer.

CÚRAM and Galway Film Centre documentary highlights battle against diabetes

CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway and Galway Film Centre are pleased to announce Bittersweet - The Rise of Diabetes as the recipient of the 2017 Science on Screen Commission.

Support ourselves by supporting local business

This is proving to be a good year for many Galway businesses. As one looks at the tourists wandering through the streets of Galway city, and the buzz in Shop Street and around the city centre, it would be easy to feel that all is well, and every business is benefiting from the increased numbers of visitors and the general feel good factor. This sense of a thriving city is particularly evident at this time of year, as the Galway Film Fleadh leads in to the Galway International Arts Festival, which in turn is followed by Galway Race Week. These festivals, and the many others which take place throughout the year, make a significant contribution to business activity in both the city and the county. We welcome the success of these businesses, which is fully deserved, primarily through the hard work, dedication, and level of customer service they provide.

 

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