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FOLLOWING THE Government announcement that cinemas will remain closed until August 10, and large gatherings will not be permitted for some time, the Galway Film Fleadh has decided to move its 2020 festival online.
GALWAY FILM Fleadh, in association with Galway 2020 and the Pálás Cinema, is partnering with the European Film Academy to take part in the EFA’s Young Audience Award.
FEATURE FILM submissions are now open for the 32nd Galway Film Fleadh. Previous films which have been entered in this category included The Young Offenders, Hunt for the Wilderpeople, and Song Of The Sea.
THE 25TH Junior Galway Film Fleadh take places in the Pálás Cinema from Sunday November 10 to Thursday 14, with weekend screenings, educational screenings, workshops, and an Irish language short film outreach programme.
The 31st Galway Film Fleadh, in association with Hubbard Casting and Spotlight, are excited to announce the return of ‘Spotlight on Actors’, a unique casting workshop for Irish actors.
The 31st Galway Film Fleadh, in association with Gréasán na Meán Skillnet, are pleased to announce Allison Anders will be the subject of this year’s Writers Masterclass.
We are pleased to reveal more of our premiere screenings and attending guests. Among our line-up of New Irish Cinema, the Fleadh will host the World Premiere of the Irish documentary Jihad Jane.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh has opened i's short film submissions for the 31st festival, which runs from July 9 to 14. Entries in drama, documentary, live action, and animation are welcome.
THEATRE57, a newly formed collective of independent theatre artists in Galway city and county, including Little John Nee, Fregoli’s Maria Tivnan, Aindrias DeStaic, Sarah O’Toole, and Moonfish’s Mairéad Ní Chroinín, will be officially launched this month.
Eighty nine years ago this week, on November 22, 1939, the Estoria Cinema opened at Nile Lodge. It had 776 seats and two showings a night at 6.45pm and 8.45pm. It cost two shillings to sit in the balcony and the prices for the parterre were 1/4 and 9d (including tax). There were matinees on Thursdays (half day in Galway), Saturdays, and Sundays. You could book at the cinema or by phone (Galway 101) from 12 noon to 2pm and from 6pm. The building was constructed by John McNally & Co with John Connolly as foreman. The design was by Hubert O’Connor and Ralph Ryan was the electrical consultant.