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Award winning Mexican film for Town Hall

NEWLY ARRIVED in Mexico City, Roberto opens a restaurant, while daughter Alejandra quickly makes friends with the popular kids in school. It seems a great start to a new life.

Gael Garcia Bernal says No

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MEXICAN FILM star Gael Garcia Bernal takes the lead role in Chilean movie No, to be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this weekend.

Be the first to see Our Children

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GALWEGIANS WILL be among the first in Ireland to see the multi-award winning Belgian/French film Our Children at a special screening in the city this weekend.

Three months, ten films, and a world of cinema

FILM STARS Marion Cotillard and Gael Garcia Bernal; leading directors like Nadine Labaki and Jacques Audiard; settings ranging from French vineyards to Lebanese villages; and genres as diverse as thrillers and romances - all make up the new Galway Film Society season.

Three months, ten films, and a world of cinema

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FILM STARS Marion Cotillard and Gael Garcia Bernal; leading directors like Nadine Labaki and Jacques Audiard; settings ranging from French vineyards to Lebanese villages; and genres as diverse as thrillers and romances - all make up the new Galway Film Society season.

La Maison Chic offers one of the largest designer fabrics and wallpapers library in Ireland

La Maison Chic, located at 11 Lower Abbeygate Street, Galway, offers one of the largest choices of designer fabrics and wallpapers in the country. The company also offers free instore interior design advice (appointment recommended) for curtains, blinds, roman blinds, paints, wallpapers, and upholstery.

Freedom fighters, travelogs, scholars, and lovers

NORTH AFRICAN and French films will feature strongly in the new Galway Film Society autumn/winter season programme, which runs from September 23 to December 9 at the Town Hall Theatre.

Midlands film The Other Side of Sleep a hit at Cannes

With a cast and crew largely from the Midlands, Rebecca Daly’s stunning new Irish feature The Other Side of Sleep, starring Antonia Cambell-Hughes, will be released nationwide from March 16, with a special opening night event in Birr Arts Centre.

GFS to show two award winning films

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CHRISTIAN MONKS living in a Muslim land and an American teenager struggling to look after her family are the backdrop to two upcoming screenings by The Galway Film Society.

Is politics public service or self service?

Twelve Fianna Fail TDs, including three members of the cabinet, will not contest the next general election. It’s a sign of the level of cynicism that people now associate with the word ‘politics’, that most people wonder whether the retirements are so that politicians can take advantage of the current pension arrangement pensions. While some have left for reasons of health, the collective ship-jumping just three years after the formation of the most fraught Dail in our history prompts The Insider to wonder why people put themselves forward for office in the first place. Was it just to enjoy the trappings of power while the good times rolled, or was there a deeper commitment to lead and to give service?

 

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