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The Irish Film Institute presents A Mayo Ciné-Concert, a fascinating programme of archival films about Mayo accompanied by live music performance at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday, February 5 at 8pm. This remarkable programme of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive features films made in and about Mayo by amateur and professional filmmakers. It includes: Whaling Afloat and Ashore - the earliest documentary made in Ireland filmed at a whaling station on Iniskea in 1908.
IN 1910 New York’s Kalem Film Company made history by sending its leading filmmakers - director Sidney Olcott and screenwriter/actress Gene Gauntier - to County Kerry.
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.
French Cinema is renowned the world over and Galwegians will have a chance to enjoy three Gallic films in The Eye Cinema next week.
Cinemobile, Ireland’s mobile cinema, will be making its first visit to Crossmolina on Monday and Tuesday January 26 and 27 at Fagan’s Car Park. On Tuesday at 11am Cinemobile will be screening The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. Pupils from nearby schools are invited to view this timeless story of innocence lost and humanity found by ringing the number below. Children’s films The Tale of Despereaux and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa will also be screened and the teen favourite Twilight. Free phone on 1800 924 949 for movie listings and times, telephone (091) 751 629 or log on to www.cinemobile.net for further information