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FILMS CELEBRATING women, the relationships between grandfathers, fathers, and sons, the sounds, style, and cultures of Cuba, Burlesque strip-tease performers will all feature in The Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season 2011.
From kitchens, living rooms, and hallways across the Irish midlands, His and Hers delightfully combines observation and charm to tell a 90-year-old love story through the voices of 70 women. This intimate gender and cultural snapshot explores a woman’s relationships with the men in her life—father, boyfriend, husband, son. Following sequentially from little girl to old woman, each character portrait is woven with the others into one perfectly crafted cinematic quilt.
Athlone Film Club launches its autumn/winter season on September 14 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, with one of the most talked about Irish documentaries ever made, His & Hers. Given the film’s anchoring in the Midlands, it should particularly strike a chord with Athlone audiences and Athlone Film Club is privileged to screen it as their first film of the season.
“A MAN loves his girlfriend the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest”, is an Irish proverb which both inspired and is the theme for the award winning documentary His & Hers.
THE IFTA winning director Ken Wardrop is shooting a new feature film Probable Parent and auditions are being held for parts in Galway today.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh came to a close last Sunday with the awards ceremony in the Town Hall Theatre.
Local TD Mary O’Rourke was on hand yesterday evening to officially open the premier of Ken Wardrop’s debut feature film, His and Hers, as it screened for cast and crew in the Tullamore Omniplex.