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A MONSTER In Paris, the new animated film, about a monster with great musical talent who becomes the toast of the French capital, opens in cinemas tomorrow.
THE GALWAY Film Society’s winter/spring season starts this month with a screening of the French film The Well Digger’s Daughter.
Athlone Film Club are delighted to present the deeply moving and profoundly beautiful French film, Of Gods and Men (Des hommes et des dieux) on Tuesday October 18 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
THE GALWAY Film Society begins its autumn/winter season this weekend with two screenings - one taking place on Galway Culture Night, the other on the traditional Sunday slot.
Next Tuesday January 18 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone Film Club commences its new season on a humorous note with the fantastic French comedy, Heartbreakers.
Athlone Film Club continues its season on Wednesday October 27 in the Dean Crowe Theatre, with the gripping and powerful French crime drama, A Prophet (2009).
Athlone Film Club’s continues its autumn/winter season on Tuesday September 28 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre with the 2009 French film Welcome. In this award winning film director Philippe Lioret has smoothly crafted an emotionally affecting drama driven by powerful performances.
After reading numerous half-hearted reviews, there was an expectation of disappointment walking into the theatre to see Liam Neeson’s newest flick Taken. Surprisingly, however, the let down never came and after 90 minutes of energy-packed excitement I found myself ready for more.
Galwegians who long to see cutting edge and avant garde cinema will be thrilled to hear that the city is about to host a festival of such films which is set to be the only festival of its kind in Ireland.
EXPERIMENTAL AND avant-garde films fall well outside the mainstream but cinema goers with an ‘open to anything’ attitude can discover in them a whole new world of movie going and come away with new perspectives and a hunger to see more.