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Claremorris composer working on Easter Rising documentary

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Acclaimed Claremorris composer Patrick Cassidy is working on a major new television production to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising next year.

Mayo born composer brings European premier to Claremorris

The European premiere of Mayo-born composer Patrick Cassidy’s ‘Famine Remembrance’ will take place at a special celebration to commemorate the centenary of St Colman’s Church in Claremorris on April 13. Now living in North America, Cassidy is widely known for his musical scores for many Hollywood movies, including Hannibal, Veronica Guerin, Kingdom of Heaven, Che Guevara, King Arthur, Layer Cake and most recently The Tree of Life starring Brad Pitt.

Another fairy story

Once upon a time in the Kingdom of Heaven, God went missing for six days. Nobody could find him and all of the angels and saints were getting very worried. It was most unlike God to go missing. He was usually such a reliable fellow. So all of the angels and saints organised a search party and set out to find him.

Robin Hood

The latest incarnation of Robin Hood offered up by Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe is not just a re-hash of Gladiator, but an entertaining new take on an old and often abused story.

Bening out, Gleeson in for Film Fleadh

Brendan Gleeson, one of Ireland’s finest and most admired actors, will attend this year’s Galway Film Fleadh and take part in the public interview in the Town Hall this weekend.

First stills released from TV adaptation of Ken Bruen’s The Guards

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The Guards, the pilot TV movie for the prime time series based on the novels by the internationally acclaimed Galway crime novelist Ken Bruen, is completed.

Shooting begins in Galway on Ken Bruen’s The Guards

Shooting has begun on the TV movie version of The Guards by the internationally acclaimed Galway crime novelist Ken Bruen, with filming taking place in Galway city and Connemara.

 

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