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THE AMAZING adventures of a young French woman, a tiny girl who lives under the floorboards, the lives of three young street dancers in Germany, and making sculptures from other people’s rubbish - it is all in this year’s Junior Galway Film Fleadh.
ON SUNDAY at 8pm Galway Arts Centre will host a freaky fun night of Halloween hi-jinks. The evening will kick off with a psychic ice cream workshop by local artist Mitch Conlon followed by a dunking, drawing, wrapping and catching obstacle course that will see patrons battle it out for a monstrous prize. Galway city arts officer James C Harrold will lead an eerie tour of the building, unveiling the centre’s hidden history, formerly the residence of the legendary Lady Gregory.
GALWEGIANS AGED between 13 and18 who have an idea for a story that could be turned into a film, documentary, book, or video game are sought for the Junior Galway Film Fleadh Story Pitching Competition.
This September, Young Irish Film Makers enter into their twentieth year of making films with young people.
Four graduates from Athlone Institute of Technology have made the shortlist for a prestigious national internship competition run by the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA).
AWARD WINNING Galway animator John Jennings will host the Computer Animation Introduction course in the GMIT in September and bookings are being taken now.
THE 2011 Galway Film Fleadh concluded on Sunday with the touching and beautiful film Beginners, starring Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer, while the Fleadh awards were also announced.
Anyone perusing the Galway Arts Festival schedule would have been forgiven for raising an eyebrow on encountering the group charged with bringing the comedy programme to its finale. The London Snorkelling Team have been raising eyebrows for a while now, and not just for their name. This inventive ensemble have enjoyed a growing profile in recent months, playing festivals such as Latitude as well as renowned venues like London’s Roundhouse theatre to widespread critical acclaim. Their use of instruments such as the noog, farfisa, trombone, parabolic reflector, overhead projector, drums, saxophone, cavaquinho, coconut shells, baby bass, and horse combines to create a cocktail of music that has seen The Guardian brand them “as brilliant as they are hilarious”.
EDGAR ALLEN POE’S The Fall Of The House Of Usher imagined a dwelling place which contained a dark secret that overwhelmed and destroyed its owner.
Gortskehy National School is the first primary school in Ireland to have the pupils' video work featured on An Lar TV, a community TV channel for the Irish Diaspora. anlar.tv has an audience of between 2,500 and 3,000 people a day in some 50 countries. Gortskehy school joins a list of other educators providing content for the channel such as the University of Limerick, the Royal College of Science at UCD, and the Irish School of Animation in Dublin.