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TG4 documentary retraces Charles de Gaulle’s trip to Ireland in 1969

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle’s death, a new TG4 documentary explores the remarkable circumstances of his visit to Ireland for...

How to Fall in love in a Pandemic – a Tinder romance accelerates in lockdown

Two filmmakers have their Tinder romance taken to the extreme very quickly when the COVID-19 crisis forces them to move in together after two...

Kylemore Abbey restoration to headline new documentary series

Connemara's famed Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Gardens will be shown in all their glory on a brand new RTÉ documentary series today. The Great...

‘Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody’ wins Best Documentary at Irish Film Festival London

The 2019 Best Documentary Award at the Irish Film Festival London was presented to ‘Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody’ a film by NUIG’s Aodh...

GMIT and Brothers of Charity award first joint arts bursary

GMIT and the Brothers of Charity Services have awarded their first joint arts bursary to local film maker Jill Beadsworth. Jill, a documentary filmmaker, is...

New documentary celebrates Galway’s impact on artist, musicians, and comedians

A new bilingual documentary, ‘Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody’, premiering at this year's Film Fleadh explores Galway's impact across different artistic fields. The creative feature-length...

Open call to filmmakers for 2019 Science on Screen competition

CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre is holding an information night for filmmakers who'd like to take part in the 2019 Science on Screen competition. Science...

Galway filmmaker shows cultural heritage of seasonal grazing and dry stone walls

Between the Region of Gastronomy 2018 and the build up starting to the Capital of Culture 2020, one thing that may have slipped people's...

Find out if you’re Galway’s next budding filmmaker

Are you, or your kids, the next hard-hitting documentary maker just waiting for a chance to see what you've got? Baboró wants to help any...

‘Mother & Baby’ – a film about the Tuam home

Haunting images of abandoned hallways with peeling yellow paint.The Virgin Mary extending her arms behind a plexiglass pane surrounded by flowers.A close up of...
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