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Women, men, and Cuban music - Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season

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FILMS CELEBRATING women, the relationships between grandfathers, fathers, and sons, the sounds, style, and cultures of Cuba, Burlesque strip-tease performers will all feature in The Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season 2011.

Junior Chamber Galway members receive international awards

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Junior Chamber International Galway hosted its annual Christmas ball and awards ceremony in the Harbour Hotel recently where the voluntary activities and efforts of members were recognised and the end of a successful year for 2010 branch president Victoria Whelan was celebrated.

Treading the boards, opens on November 3

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Treading the boards, always looking for his father in the dust is the second solo exhibition from Séamus McCormack. In this exhibition of lens-based works, the artist utilises the malleable qualities of fiction, citing classic works but aiming to go beyond the narratives, exploring hidden histories, contexts, and personal engagements with the texts. The works play in the space between documentation and the iconic quality of a staged composition.

New Séamus McCormack exhibition in Ballina Arts Centre

Treading The Boards, always looking for his father in the dust is the second solo exhibition from Séamus McCormack. This exhibition will have its official opening on Wednesday November 3 at 8pm in the Ballina Arts Centre. In this exhibition of lens-based works, the artist utilises the malleable qualities of fiction, citing classic works but aiming to go beyond the narratives, exploring hidden histories, contexts, and personal engagements with the texts. The works play in the space between documentation and the iconic quality of a staged composition.

Family feuds, papal toilets, and high wire daring

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SOUTH AMERICAN, French, Italian, and German films dominate the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season, with 11 films to be screened in the Town Hall Theatre from September 28 to December 7.

Actors’ workshop takes place next month

GALWEGIANS WHO dream of following in the footsteps of Liam Neeson or Colin Farrell should take note that the acting for film andtTelevision workshop returns next month.

‘A moment’s memory to that laurelled head’

Week III

Start the New Year cinematically

AN ARTIST is ‘inspired’ by her guardian angle, a Kurdish youth plans to swim the English Channel to reach his girlfriend, dark goings on mar a town in Germany on the eve of WWI, and a Hungarian woman must confront her past if she is to have a future.

New Irish film to be screened at The Eye

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WC, THE first Irish feature film to be released exclusively via digital cinema and the first feature film to be set in toilets, will be screened in The Eye from tomorrow.

Deputy O'Rourke launches premier of Midlands film

Local TD Mary O’Rourke was on hand yesterday evening to officially open the premier of Ken Wardrop’s debut feature film, His and Hers, as it screened for cast and crew in the Tullamore Omniplex.

 

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