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By Roisin Peddle
DETAILS OF the line-up for the 23rd Galway Film Fleadh, which runs from July 5 to 10, were revealed at the festival’s press launch in the Radisson Hotel on Tuesday evening.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh returns from Tuesday July 5 to Sunday 10 and film fans are in store for a feast of new Irish cinema, feature documentaries, short films, Oscar winners, and movies from Korea, Argentina, India, Germany, and Japan.
As Honey Bunny, she brandished a gun in a Lo s Angeles LA diner and warned that if any customer moved she would “execute every m************ last one of you!” That was Pulp Fiction and the actress was Amanda Plummer.
Filmed, a new initiative of Roscommon Arts Centre, presents an eclectic mix of films selected specifically for secondary school students (senior cycle and transition year). In conjunction with the Irish Film Institute, the Arts Centre is offering this exciting and educational six-week film programme throughout November and December. Introducing Irish-made films, foreign language films, historical documentaries, and a presentation by the award-winning Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon, many of the selected films are accompanied by study guides.
Clara under 14 camogie shield final: Clara under 14 camogie team played the under 14 shield final against Thomastown recently in St Kieran’s College. This was a hard fought battle with Clara first half scores coming from Alyson Creane who goaled after a solo run from midfield, Deirdre Carrigan scored Clara’s second goal following a pass from Catherine Murphy and Ciara Byrne pointed following a pass from Claire Nolan. Thomastown scored 1-1 in the first half. In the second half Thomastown scored two points to leave just a point between the teams and despite their best efforts the Clara backs denied them the score to level the match and Ciara Byrne added a point for Clara to leave the final score Clara 2-2, Thomastown 1-3.
It’s that time of year again, when Ballina Arts Centre presents the best of work by localY-based artists working in all media, with Perspectives 3: Ballina Open Exhibition 2008 coming in November.
It’s that time of year again, when Ballina Arts Centre presents the best of work by local-based artists working in all media, with Perspectives 3: Ballina Open Exhibition 2008 coming in November.
CHRISTMAS IS a time to relax and laze about, but while you can let the body get away with some indulgence with the biscuits and mince pies, there is no need to let the mind rot during the festive season. That’s why it’s a good idea to check out what is on TG4 for Christmas.
THROUGHOUT TODAY and this weekend the Galway Film Fleadh will be in full swing, screening feature films, premieres, documentaries, shorts, and animation, in this, its 21st year.