Element Pictures are opening the Movie Theater of the PÁLÁS in Galway. The story started 14 years ago and consumed over 9milion in investment. Today is Galway UNESCO City of Cinema and EU Capital of The Culture 2020 bringing the architectural gem with three screens and bar to public enjoyment. The Shape of Water – On Screen of PÁLÁS Today… An other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified […]
In 13th century Ireland, a group of monks must escort a sacred relic across an Irish landscape fraught with peril. Tells the story of the Pilgrimage released in Ireland today 13th July 2017 at 29th Galway Film Fleadh Prime minister Leo Varadkar Is at the premiere in Galway tonight to support his schoolmate, screenwriter of the newest Irish movie with budget estimated to €4,749,500 just few hours after he tells ‘Time’ Europe: ‘I want Ireland to be a light unto the world’ While Taoiseach hopes UK will change mind The storyline of the Pilgrimage is bringing us to Ireland, 1209. An island on the edge of the world. A small group of monks begin […]
Trainspotting was one of the best, if not the best, films of the 1990s. In an era of remakes, follow-ups and spin-offs, waiting 20 years to do the sequel was remarkably restrained. Getting the orig… Source: T2: Trainspotting (dir. Danny Boyle) 2016 T2: Trainspotting | Choose Life in Galway, friends from Slovakia in the cinema, after 20 years, exactly like them four characters on the screen… featuring Evan McGregor, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle, Ewen Bremner, Stano S., Peter L., Standy and Darius I. Choose Life in Galway
The First 30 minutes of footage for 5 minut movie “Money, Money” was shot today. The project is managed and produced by the students of the Vocational Training Opportunities Scheme – VTOS in Galway. Every one of this year students of Film and Television Production 5M5158 at VTOS is working on a unique movie project. The production teams for each movie has been created from the students of the course themselves. Watch this page to find out more about VTOS production. I have my own production scheduled to be success of the year!!! I’m a student of the Film and Television Production at VTOS 2015/16. This course introduces participants to the art of film […]
The New Year is alwaysA great time to pick up a new hobby, try things you’ve always wanted to do or go back to something you used to enjoy…Why not consider taking a drama class to brighten things up? At Galway Actors Workshop, we cater to a variety of levels, from those who’ve always wanted to “give it a try” to professional actors who would like to learn some new skills. All courses take place in theANNO SANTO HOTEL, Salthill, Galway. This Spring we have a series of evening courses, as well as private one to one lessons. Source: New Spring Acting Courses for All Levels | Galway Actors Workshop
New Feature film produced by Zanzibar Films.
Zanzibar Films represented Ireland in Cannes this summer with their new short film ‘Arabella’. We met the team of creators in the 4Aces Casino in Galway on Friday night. Soraya and Lush, with fresh memories of Cannes, enjoyed the popular casino club atmosphere. Watch the Craic for more from their amazing film experience in the South of France.
Episode 4 of the Hard Knocks Hostel Web Series ‘I’m a Musician’ is finally here. Set in a badly-run backpacker hostel in Inishmore series follows the lives of two receptionists experiencing monotony of their jobs, leading to extreme creativity in dealing with guests. That is boosted with the philosophy of their boss: ‘The customer is not always right!’ In this episode, the girls grapple with a surprise tour group and the dreaded Guy With Guitar. Hard Knocks Hostel Web Series Episode 4 “I’m a Musician” video here! At The CRAIC we had an opportunity to introduced Hard Knocks Hostel in our edition 35 October 2014 by our correspondent Katelin Bernard. We sit down with […]