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MOHAMAD MALAS’S first film in almost a decade and a French film about an actor coming out of retirement will be screened in Galway this weekend.
FROM ISRAEL to Morocco, Galway audiences will get a chance to experience life through the lens of Southern Mediterranean film-makers this weekend.
DANGEROUS JOURNEYS, complicated love lives, actors dragged out of retirement, and finding a supernanny for a naughty little boy - it is all happening on screen for the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
LES FEMMES du 6ème Étage, the light-hearted comedy from writer/director Philippe LeGuay will receive an exclusive screening in Town Hall Theatre this weekend.
CATHERINE DENEUVE, Antonio Banderas, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, and Audrey Tautou are among the big name stars who will appear on screen during the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
The Bealtaine Festival is the national festival celebrating creativity in older age and Ireland’s largest collaborative arts festival. Running from May 1-31 and co-ordinated by Age & Opportunity, the festival collaborates with local, regional, and national organisations to produce inspiring and innovative opportunities for older people to engage and participate in a whole range of arts events and experiences.
The new year brings a new season for Athlone Film Club at the Dean Crowe Theatre. Audiences are in a for a treat as the club unveils an exciting line-up of films, from classic to contemporary, commencing on Tuesday January 18 with the irresistible French romantic comedy, Heartbreakers.
Athlone audiences of all ages are in a for treat on Tuesday November 9 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, as Athlone Film Club presents an historical and comedy gem from the Irish Film Archive, This Other Eden.
The end of the summer marks back to work for the committee of Athlone Film Club as preparations are underway for the biggest and most exciting season yet which will commence in September in the Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre, Athlone.
Recognition of senior members in society continues this month as the Bealtaine festival celebrating creativity in older age gets into full swing. Bealtaine is co-ordinated by Age & Opportunity and works with local, regional and national organisations to encourage participation in the arts by older people.