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ONE OF my New Years resolutions is to rein in the hyperbole. The world today is in an awful state, so blindly claiming everything is either the worst or the best ever is not good for us. I’m as guilty as anyone, just last week I claimed to have had the best pint of Guinness in my life several times.
1. First Reformed: My number one film of the year and walking in I thought I would hate it. Powerful performance from Ethan Hawke playing a priest questioning his faith in the modern world. The ending has been divisive, but to me the film does not work without it.
Sky Road Film Festival features an exciting lineup, the festival takes place on Saturday October 14th!
This year's Sky Road Film Festival features an exciting lineup, the festival takes place on Saturday October 14th at the Station House Theatre in Clifden, Co Galway.
Mayo Local Employment Service has won a National Q Mark Award for Best Quality Management System in Local Employment Services at The National Q Mark Awards. The nomination puts it in the top 6.75 per cent of all audits completed by the EIQA on the island of Ireland and this win means it is at the very top of the Q for highest standards of quality and excellence.
You might not have heard of it until the Oscar ceremony, but the winner of the best picture award at the Oscars Moonlight will open in Mayo Movie World in Castlebar this evening with a screening at 8.30pm.
It is wonderful to see so many Galway woman thriving in the world of fashion, and milliner and jewellery designer Brid O’Driscoll is another steadily making a name for herself in the business. She has been building a widespread client base since 2010, designing hats, headpieces, and neckpieces for mothers-of-the-bride and groom, wedding guests, and race goers among others.
An Athenry man, who worked for one of Princess Diana's favourite designers, has launched his latest collection.
DIRECTORIAL DEBUTS from Killing Bono's Martin McCann, and films starring Love/Hate's Peter Coonan and The Stunning's Steve Wall, will be seen at the Galway Film Fleadh's short film programme.
THE IDEA of a return to the Rocky saga for a seventh film after the disaster of Rocky V and the awkward embarrassment of Rocky VI is a surprise. The franchise is a bit antiqued, especially with how cheesy it became in later installments. But this is the first Rocky movie not written by Sylvester Stallone and that is a very good thing.
ASIF KAPADIA, the director of Amy, the critically and commercially successful documentary on the life of singer Amy Winehouse, will attend Talking Documentary, the Galway Film Centre’s annual Film and TV seminar.