Search Results for 'Donal Ryan'

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NUIG lecturer’s feature film wins major award at Fleadh

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FOSCADH, THE Irish language feature film, inspired by Donal Ryan's The Thing About December, won Best Irish First Feature at last night’s Galway Film Fleadh 2021 Awards.

NUIG academic nominated for debut feature film at Galway Film Fleadh

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NUI GALWAY academic and filmmaker Seán Breathnach has been nominated for the prestigious Bingham Ray New Talent Award at the 33rd Galway Film Fleadh.

‘It’s like three festivals in one - the digital, the indoors, the outdoors’

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IT HAS been a long time since we have been able to say “Let’s go out to the cinema this evening”, but this summer we can, and indeed being ‘out’ at the cinema - literally - will be the highlight of summer 2021 in the city.

JP McHugh to judge Wild Atlantic Words short story competition

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The 2021 Wild Atlantic Words literary festival short story competition will be judged by award-winning writer, John Patrick McHugh.

'Writing is always mysterious, contradictory, revelatory‘

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LAURA CASSIDY has ambition – she is determined to do whatever it takes to become a movie star – but not only ambitions dhe believes stardom is her birthright. Yet something inside her continually thwarts her meeting her destiny.

Poet Stephen James Smith at the Róisín Dubh

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STEPHEN JAMES Smith, the Dublin poet, playwright, and spoken word artist, plays the last date of his Irish tour in Galway, before taking his verse around Britain.

Wild Atlantic Words short story competition

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A short story competition to be judged by award-winning writers, Thomas Morris and Wendy Erskine, is part of this year’s Wild Atlantic Words Festival.

Summer sunshine finally arrives as the quest for Tory Party leadership continues

Well, for once the weather in Ireland performed exactly as required.

'The future will happen whether we like it or not. So let's try to enjoy it'

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Years of research lead a scientist to discover a way in which people can be ‘upgraded’ to better, more advanced, more intelligent versions of themselves, but it is a science in its early form, It is not fully tested. In the wrong hands it could be dangerous.

Nicole Flattery and the essence of absurdity

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THE FIRST paragraph in the first story of Nicole Flattery’s first collection, Show Them a Good Time, reads: “The schemes were for people with plenty of time, or people not totally unfamiliar with being treated like shit. I was intimate with both situations. Management interviewed me - bizarre questions through an inch of plexiglass: How long, in hours, have you been unemployed? Did you misspend your youth throwing stones at passing cars?"

 

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