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The Judas Iscariot Lunch screening as part of the 100 Years of Cinema: Film & The Church

When: Saturday 19th March at 7.05pm (55 mins) Venue: An Taibhdhearc Theatre, Middle Street, Galway City Tickets: €5.50 TO BOOK: http://antaibhdhearc.com/shows/100-years-of-cinema/ A story of ministry, isolation, celibacy, faith and the struggle for authenticity. This documentary, often funny, sometimes sad, is beautiful, raw and thought-provoking. In association with RTE, The Judas ...

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‘Our Boys’ & ‘Budawanny’ to screen as part of 100 Years of Cinema: Film & The Church

When: Saturday 19th March at 1.30pm OUR BOYS (40 mins) BUDAWANNY (80mins) Venue: An Taibhdhearc Theatre, Middle Street, Galway City Tickets: €5.50 TO BOOK: http://antaibhdhearc.com/shows/100-years-of-cinema/ Galway UNESCO City of Film is screening a double bill of Our Boys & Budawanny as part of the 100 Years of Cinema: Film & ...

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100 Bliain Scannánaíochta: ‘An Eaglais agus Scannán’ le Cumann Scannán na Gaillimhe

Tá Ceantar Scannán UNESCO na Gaillimhe ag ceiliúradh Eirí Amach 1916 le clár spreagúil scannáin agus teilifíse a bheidh á reachtáil thar 8 Satharn i 2016. Mar chuid den chlár beidh taispeántas scannáin, díospóireachtaí agus plé ar fhorbairt ár bhféiniúlacht náisiúnta agus ár scannáin náisiúnta le céad bliain anuas. Cuirfidh ...

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100 Years of Cinema: Film & The Church curated by Galway Film Society | Saturday 19th March

Galway, UNESCO City of Film, is commemorating the 1916 Rising with an exciting programme of seminal Irish Cinema and landmark television events to take place over eight Saturdays throughout 2016 to include screenings, debate and lively discussion of the development of our national identity and our national cinema over the ...

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Galway UNESCO City of Film commemorates 1916 with ‘100 Years of Cinema’ programme

Galway, UNESCO City of Film, is commemorating the 1916 Rising with an exciting programme of seminal Irish Cinema and landmark television events to take place over eight Saturdays throughout 2016. This programme, called 100 Years of Cinema, will take the form of one-day events, roughly one Saturday per month, to ...

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