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Mayor congratulates Limerick’s Ruth Negga on Oscar nomination

Mayor congratulates Limerick’s Ruth Negga on Oscar nomination

| January 24, 2017

Limerick City and County Mayor, Cllr Kieran O’Hanlon has congratulated actor Ruth Negga on her Oscar nomination for her role in the film ‘Loving’. “I was absolutely delighted to hear the news, and all of Limerick is certainly rooting for her,” said Mayor O’Hanlon. “It’s great for Limerick – we’re on the map now in the […]

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Competition winner

Competition winner

| January 24, 2017

WELL done to Shirley Costello from Caherdavin who is the lucky winner of one pair of tickets and two large combo meals for a film of her choice at the Odeon Cinema in Castletroy. The answer to our film competition in last week’s edition of the Limerick Post was The Last Days of Disco. More […]

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Captain Fantastic – tipped for an Oscar – will screen at Belltable

Captain Fantastic – tipped for an Oscar – will screen at Belltable

| January 14, 2017

IFI Monday screenings at Belltable continue this week with ‘Captain Fantastic’, written and directed by Matt Ross. After living in self-sufficient isolation for a decade, a family of six children have to reintegrate into society after losing their mother to suicide. This thought-provoking and sometimes funny story is led by Viggo Mortensen in the role […]

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A Limerick Christmas Comedy Opera

A Limerick Christmas Comedy Opera

| December 23, 2016

RAY Murphy is well known to music lovers as a drummer with his mainstay band Iron Mountain and other musical projects. The Limerickman also loves is comedy opera and has created a series of video shorts with working partner Daithí Magnier. Ray (aka Bertie and Ann Clermont) and Daithí (aka Michael Michaelson and Declan Dallas) […]

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Limerick construction worker building up to the big screen

Limerick construction worker building up to the big screen

| December 1, 2016

IT’S been a great year for Irish cinema, home-grown films like Young Offenders, Sing Street and The Survivalist have received recognition on a global scale and been lauded by audiences and critics alike. And while those big-screen releases continue to gather acclaim, a smaller film, something made for a fraction of the cost, has been […]

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#film – University Concert Hall will screen Pink Floyd film The Wall

#film – University Concert Hall will screen Pink Floyd film The Wall

| November 12, 2016

UCH Cinema will screen The Wall as part of the annual Professor’s Choice film selection. This screening was chosen by Professor Eoin Devereux, recognised internationally as an expert on media and popular culture, and organizer of symposia on Joy Division; David Bowie; The Smiths and Morrissey. Professor Eoin nominates a music related film each season […]

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Light Moves: International festival of Screendance

Light Moves: International festival of Screendance

| November 3, 2016

Light Moves, Ireland’s festival of dance on film, is back for its third year with a programme that promises beautiful, thought-provoking and cutting edge new work in venues throughout Limerick. This year’s festival will feature artists from home and abroad, past and present, including Merce Cunningham, Terence Malick, Olwen Fouéré and Tacita Dean among others. […]

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Light Moves gathers international attention

Light Moves gathers international attention

| November 2, 2016

This week Limerick Post Newspaper chats about this weekend’s Light Moves Festival of ScreenDance with curator Mary Wycherley. We pick out some of the many highlights worth checking out in this welcoming and one-of-a-kind Limerick based festival that gathers more international attention every year since 2014.

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Ó’Domhnaill’s Atlantic to screen at Belltable

Ó’Domhnaill’s Atlantic to screen at Belltable

| October 13, 2016

LIMERICK-based film producer Marie-Therese Garvey will have a hometown audience for her latest project when the Belltable hosts a screening of the award-winning documentary ‘Atlantic’ on Wednesday, October 19 at 8pm. The film, which focuses on the powerful interests carving up the Atlantic Ocean’s resources, is directed by Risteard Ó’Domhnaill who was also the creative force behind […]

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New York premiere for Limerick man’s indie film Narcan

New York premiere for Limerick man’s indie film Narcan

| September 15, 2016

A FILM made by a Limerick man will feature at the prestigious Irish Screen America festival in New York next month. Directed by Peter McNamara, Narcan tells the story of an Irish paramedic working in the Big Apple who’s struggling to balance the demands of his job with his family commitments. What makes the film […]

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