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ARGO is in the news this week after scooping the Best Film BAFTA and will probably have greater glory next week in LA. Directed by and starring Ben Affleck he pulls off a comical and brilliant performance.
Athlone Film Club is delighted to be showing the suspense-filled BAFTA nominated documentary The Imposter as their final film of the season on Tuesday February 12 in the Dean Crowe Theatre. This film was selected by the members of Athlone Film Club as the film they wanted to see to end another great selection of films.
“THE SWEENEY’S doin’ ninety, ‘coz they got the word to go, they get a gang of villains by the shed down at Heathrow.”
FOR MANY filmmakers, the journey is just beginning when they have their finished DVDs in their hands. Next step is to get that film out there and into film festivals.
The cameras began rolling in Galway this week for the new comedy the Seven Songs of Amy.
THE GREAT Ardal O’Hanlon is coming to County Galway to play The Comedy Club at Kudos in Oranmore on Saturday August 20.
GALWAY WILL be one of the main locations for shooting the film, Seven Songs For Amy, which will be directed by BAFTA nominee Konrad Begg, and feature Patrick Bergin and Galway’s Aindrias de Staic.
Galway-born celebrity hairdresser James Brown has apologised for repeatedly calling a black TV presenter a 'n*****' at the TV Baftas.
Annette Bening, the three times Oscar nominated actress, will be the main guest at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, where she will give the Actors’ Masterclass and take part in the public interview.
Calling all actors and local drama groups. An exciting but intensive 'Acting for Film and Television Training Course' will be held in the Radisson Hotel, Athlone on October 28, 29, and 30.