Shot on location in Killala , Co Mayo.The Fireman and the Nurse will play the 7th Underground Film Festival which takes place in Dublin (9th - 11th Sep).
Teenage nights can change lives forever. It's 1994 and Anna and Paul lock eyes and lips at their local school disco but it is a long way from then to the day-to-day of a suburban marriage. Twenty years later they seek some assistance to save their crumbling marriage and it leads them to play roles they had long dreamed of.Read more »
Cork Film Festival requires a number of staff to help deliver this year’s festival, taking place from 11-20 November. See below for job roles and descriptions. The closing date for applications is Friday 8 September, except where specified.
Duration: October – end of November
The Festival requires a production manager to oversee all aspects of non standard screenings/events.
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New Irish feature documentary from Underground Films, Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village to open in Irish cinemas Friday, August 26th
An examination of the phenomenon of the Knock shrine, the film comes from the filmmakers behind award-winning One Million Dubliners.
In August 1879 fifteen people in the small village of Knock, Co Mayo, claimed to witness an apparition of the Virgin Mary. After two official inquiries, the village was declared a Marian Shrine. Today, Knock’s 2,000 residents welcome over one million pilgrims annually.Read more »
Narrated by Brendan Gleeson
With a special Q&A by award winning director Richie O'Donnell (The Pipe)
Friday September 30th @ 8pm
CHARLESTOWN ARTS CENTRE
Barrack St, Charlestown, Mayo
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The Arts Council has announced the deadline for the 2016 Reel Art scheme. Launched in 2008, Reel Art is designed to provide film artists with a unique opportunity to make highly creative, imaginative and experimental documentaries on an artistic theme. Operated in association with Filmbase and the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, Reel Art will wholly support two films with grants of €70-€80,000 per project. Reel Art films will premiere at the Dublin International Film Festival in February 2018.Read more »
WESTERN CARE/REPORT TERESA MANNION
The Western Care Association in Mayo is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The organisation was founded to support people with intellectual disabilities to live full lives as equal citizens. Nationwide reporter, Teresa Mannion has been visiting centres in Ballinrobe and Ballina to see their work.
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RTÉ2 is searching for couples thinking about taking the plunge to participate in the ultimate relationship bootcamp for brand new show: Then Comes Marriage?
Under the guidance of two of Ireland’s leading relationship experts, three couples will travel to a luxury retreat where they’ll spend a fun-packed, eye-opening two days together, completing a series of specially-designed challenges aimed at getting to know their partner better.Read more »
Silent Moves, A film by Aideen Barry, Western Care’s Ridgepool Training Centre and Scannán Technologies, hosted by Ballina Arts Centre and made possible through the IGNITE programme, funded by the Arts Council, ADI & Mayo County Council.
We would be grateful if you could help to share this wonderful acknowledgement of Arts & Disability in Mayo, and if you would consider voting for Silent Moves before June 30th.Read more »
Are you interested in showing films in your area?
Thinking about running a film club but don't know where to start?
Access cinema have a free Information Session in Dublin on Wednesday June 22nd 1.30pm - 4.00pm. It is open to anyone interested in developing film screening activity in their local area.
The access>CINEMA team will be in attendance to answer queries and provide information.Read more »