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FOR CLOSE to 30 years, the Galway Film Fleadh has always taken place in early July, in the week before the arts festival. This year, as with so many things in 2021, will be somewhat different.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh has extended its winter streaming season, Solstice, celebrating independent Irish films made between 1978 and 2011, for an additional month.
KINGS, TOM Collins acclaimed 2007 feature film, and starring Colm Meaney, is now streaming as part of the Galway Film Fleadh's Solstice programme.
CHRISTMAS IS a time when it is traditional to gather around the screen and watch films, it is also a time of togetherness and reflection - values the Galway Film Fleadh want to uphold, despite the best efforts of 2020 to undo them.
.Finky, a movie shot in East Galway will be the first film from the Cine4 scheme to air on TG4 when it screens on New Year’s Day.e. Cine4 is a partnership between TG4, Screen Ireland, and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) to develop original feature films in the Irish language.
Following a hugely successful first year of the Media Production Assistant Traineeship, Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board has announced a second year of the course.
We have all been missing out: that music festival, that cinema date, that theatre show; the exhilaration of live entertainment. Well, Fíbín has the answer.
COVID-19 and the continuing restrictions means there will not be a Pride parade in Galway this summer, filling the city's streets with colour and joyfulness, but the need for advocacy, activism, and community spirit remains as important as ever.