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More than 100 artworks by some of Ireland’s leading contemporary artists, such as John Behan, Joe Boske, and Maria Van Kampen, will go ‘under the hammer’ for charity this weekend.
Executing the North Pole Marathon is a difficult logistical exercise.
Galway Film Centre, in collaboration with RTÉ, has announced that Friday March 11 will be the deadline for this year’s Short Film Awards. Two scripts will be selected from the submissions received and the two winning entries will each receive a sum of €9,500 to make their film. In addition Galway Film Centre will provide equipment and facilities and RTÉ will screen the finished film. If you are interested contact Galway Film Centre at 091 770 748 or email [email protected] filmcentre.ie for an application form plus full details of how to submit your script.
Nobody really likes to be reminded of the rapid passing of time. When Pat Comer made his wonderful behind the scenes documentary, A year till Sunday on Galway’s All-Ireland victory of 1998, DVDs were as rare as hen’s teeth.
Entrepreneurs, film makers, academics, and designers will be speaking about what inspires them and delivering encouragement to audiences at the Ignite Galway event next week.
Next Sunday at Pearse Stadium promises to be an exciting day for the two Connemara teams that won the Galway County intermediate and junior football championships this year as they set out on their quest to bring more glory to their parishes.
ACCLAIMED FRENCH and German films, Galway made shorts, and workshops in radio and digital animation are all part of this year’s Junior Galway Film Fleadh, which runs from Wednesday November 11 to Saturday 14 in the Town Hall Theatre.