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Galway Film Fleadh
The Galway Film Fleadh is a six day international film event welcoming a mad diversity of filmmaking from around the world. 9-14 July 2019.
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Galway Film Fleadh 18h
Is film twitter inherently awful? Are critics more, or less important, in the age of Rotten Tomatoes? And what constitutes a spoiler anyway? Its the Galway Film Podcast with critics , & . Moderated by . 🎧
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 20
Missed it at the Fleadh? Never Grow Old is in Irish cinemas this Friday. The dark western, written & directed by Ivan Kavanagh and starring John Cusack, was shot in Connemara.
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thefilmfleadhwheelers Aug 19
Going to close this Twitter feed today with a final thanks to all those who donated to the cycle, we raised just over €1200 for Fighting Words. Final word goes to them... "On behalf of all the young writers and the volunteer mentors at Fighting Words, we would like to extend our
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 19
Frank Stapleton was a pioneering Irish filmmaker. From A Second of June (1984) to The Fifth Provence (1997), he made original, personal & ambitious films before MS cut short a vital career. RIP Frank. Pictured: Frank receiving the Galway Hooker Award at the 2012 Film Fleadh.
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 15
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 14
On a new ep of the Galway Film Podcast, directors Garry Keane & talk about filming in a conflict zone, financing a politically challenging doc & the Gaza Red Carpet Film Fest. is in cinemas now. Listen:
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 9
there are four 2018 / 2019 selected features in cinemas this weekend.
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Film Ireland Aug 9
"a timely, engaging and at times provocative reflection on Galway" - reflects on Aodh Ó Coileáin's exploration of confluence in 'Cumar: A Galway Rhapsody' which screened
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 9
On our latest podcast, director Sophie Hyde talks about the Australian & Irish film industries, working as part of a filmmaking collective, and why an Australian director set an adaptation of a UK novel in Ireland. is in cinemas now. Listen:
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 9
Director talks about her love of Bruce Springsteen at the premiere of Blinded by the Light at last month. A feel-good, coming-of-age movie (not to be missed by Springsteen fans!) is in cinemas this week.
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 9
The compelling is in Irish cinemas from today. Watch to see audience reactions after the screening at and hear directors Garry Keane & talk about their ambition for the film:
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 8
Congrats to selected features 🇮🇪 and 🇨🇦, headed to .
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 8
Danish crime drama is on limited release in Ireland & UK this week. The debut feature is by (who also co-wrote this years Swedish fantasy, Border). Listen to Eklöf talk at the about the film & her career so far:
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 7
It’s a brand new Galway Film Podcast, with director of , Sophie Hyde! Sophie’s first film won her the Directing Award at Sundance and the Crystal Bear at Berlin. Her new film is in Irish cinemas on Friday. Listen & subscribe!
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 5
Saddened to hear of the passing of D.A. Pennebaker. The master documentarian’s films made for many Fleadh highlights over the years. Most recently, Kings of Pastry and an anniversary screening of Monterey Pop. RIP.
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Galway Film Fleadh Aug 4
A murderers row of Irish actors - Nicola Coughlan is telling Alex Murphy about watching Young Offenders at the Film Fleadh.
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A Girl from Mogadishu (2019) - Movie Jul 30
So thankful for initial reception and across July. Watch this space for next phase news.
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Rebecca Mackenzie Jul 30
Big contracts to and of Butternut Productions on winning Best International Documentary for STAGE at We are SO excited they are working with to film our content!
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Film Ireland Jul 30
Siomha McQuinn reviews 'A Bump Along the Way', "a film that champions women and delves into their complexities" - screened & in cinemas 30th August
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HeadStuff Jul 30
In this episode of Fascinated talks to his favourite actress of ALL TIME: Tyne Daly, of Cagney & Lacey fame. Recorded live from the Fleadh this year.
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