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IN 1986, Adelaide wanders away from her parents in a theme park, and into a seemingly abandoned house of mirrors. Inside there, she is confronted by her doppelgänger who spends the rest of her life stalking her in visions.
THE GREEN Book was a guide for black people in America who were traveliing south in the 1960s, containing names of hotels and restaurants that were friendly for the 'Negro Traveller'.
WITH ALL the attention on the current White House administration, comes Vice, a full blown Hollywood blockbuster about Dick Cheney, the vice president of the USA from 2001 to 2009.
WITH THE QUEEN/Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody enjoying great success among cinema goers - as well as generating controversy - and Rami Malek's outstanding performance as Freddie deservedly winning him a Golden Globe, it seems Queen are all the rage again.
WILD FIRE Nights, a hard-hitting contemporary drama written and directed by Galway actor Emma Eliza Regan, receives its world premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh when it is screened as part of the Way Out West strand.
WILD FIRE Nights, a new short film shot in Galway city and county is in post-production and is due to hit festival screens this summer. It is also the directorial debut of Moycullen actor Emma Eliza Regan, who also wrote the film, and plays its lead character Lila.
EAMONN CEANNT, the County Galwayman who was one of the seven signatories of the 1916 Proclamation, and who was crucial in reviving interest in, and paving the way for, the uilleann pipes central role in modern Irish music, is to be celebrated through a series of events in the city.
TANGERINES, a film set during the brutal 1992 Georgian-Abkhazian conflict, will be screened by the Galway Film Society in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 8pm.
The Mayo International Choral Festival presents A Concert For Peace Commemorating the 1916 Easter Rising and World War One on Saturday, May 14 2016 in Knock Basilica. Doors open 6.45pm with the concert 8pm. Tickets cost €25 for all reserved seating and €15 for restricted viewing. A feast for the senses awaits. The Mayo International Choral Festival is proud to present this inaugural concert at the newly refurbished Knock Basilica, to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising and World War One.