Community Events

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BEALTAINE FILM FESTIVAL ‘A WALK IN THE WOODS’ | SUN 22ND MAY 2016| 13:00pm|TOWN CAFE| ATHENRY

FREE COMMUNITY EVENT. ALL WELCOME

We are back! Sunday afternoon (22nd May). As part of the Bealtaine Film Tour 2016. Screening ‘A WALK IN THE WOODS’.

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A Walk in the Woods

Dir: Ken Kwapis                    USA                 2015                104 mins        Cert: 15A

Starring: Robert Redford, Nick Nolte, Emma Thompson

Language: English

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suK1e_3zNHg

After two decades of living in the UK, renowned travel writer Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) returns to America with his English wife Cathy (Emma Thompson). In an attempt to find a way to reconnect with his homeland, he impulsively decides to hike the Appalachian Trail, a trek of over 2,000 miles stretching from Maine to Georgia. With Cathy protesting against the idea of Bill doing the trip solo, an out-of-the-blue call from old friend Katz (Nick Nolte), offering to accompany him, seems like the perfect solution.

But as their journey unfolds, this odd couple realise that they may have underestimated the scale of the adventure they have undertaken. Based on Bill Bryson’s best-selling 1998 memoir, A Walk in the Woods is a gentle comedy that combines breath-taking scenery with the charming chemistry of its two veteran stars, who are clearly enjoying themselves.

“…a gentle examination of friendship and man’s relationship with himself, others and nature; although these ideas are part of the scenery, with knock-about humour the main event.” - Eye for Film

 

ATHENRY FILM CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY| SAT 19TH DEC| TOWN CAFE, CROSS ST. ATHENRY| 8PM | 2015

Athenry Christmas party 2015

Fishy themes: Watched ‘The Devil & Daniel Johnston’. As his illness descended upon him Daniel became obsessed with drawing fish. A beautiful moment in ‘Pro lyubov’ (Subtitle Festival) where a shimmering, aquamarine fish floats through the kitchen and out into the Moscow night… reading Peter Larkin’s superb and passionate musings on film, the masthead for his Blog opens with a great quote from Serge Daney: ‘I am in cinema like a fish is in water’. and if you are a regular attending member of Movie Night and can tell us who Directed the movie featured in our new cover photo you will win a bottle of wine and one credit on your account to our new season (2016). NO ANSWERS HERE PLEASE! 1st person to give the correct answer at the Christmas Party (Sat 19th) wins! 

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BEALTAINE FILM FESTIVAL ‘QUARTET’ | SAT 10TH MAY | 4 & 6 PM | 2014

We are back! Saturday afternoon (10th May). All part of the Bealtaine Film Tour 2014. Screening ‘QUARTET’.

A fun film, suitable for all and completely free! 4pm & 6pm screenings. (Drinks after the 6pm screening).

This special event is sponsored by: Cahill Computers. See you then.

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WORLD SMALLEST CINEMA FUNDRAISER| 22nd June |  2013

Many thanks to all for your generous support at Joyces Athenry on Saturday. The two seater

‘World’s Smallest Cinema’ proved to be a great addition and helped raise monies towards our

equipment fund. Lots of new faces too! If you’d like to get involved with the club please get in touch.

New members are always welcome. A big thank-you to our friends at St. Kerrills Festival for the loan of

the wonderful portrait wall… Check out the photos!

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Show is about to start, grab your popcorn…..take your seat

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in the world smallest cinema.

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Only one or two at a time please….is full already!

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While you wait, get your picture taken at ‘The portrait wall’

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or your face painted by talented artist Maire.

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and if you have any spare change……

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BEALTAINE FILM FESTIVAL ‘THE SAPPHIRES’| SAT 4TH MAY| 4 & 6PM | 2013

Two showings, @ 4 and 6pm in the Town café

Athenry Film Club are pleased to announce a special screening of ‘The Sapphires’ on Saturday 4 May.

Two screenings; 4pm & 6pm at the Town Cafe, Cross Street. This is part of the access>CINEMA

touring programme for the Bealtaine Festival. It’s open to all for just €2. The Bealtaine Festival is brought

to you by Age & Opportunity. Please spread the word and come along. You can pick-up a free programme

at: Town Cafe, Athenry Library, Athenry Heritage Centre & Athenry Castle.

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Athenry Film Club Table Quiz| 12TH NOVEMBER |  2012

Our 1st Table Quiz was a great success!
Congratulations! to the winning team: ‘Taxi Drivers’.

A thank-you to ‘A Bunch Of Clowns’ for all their hard work on the production. If you were there;

thanks for making the effort and supporting our event we hope you enjoyed it. Much appreciation

to our sponsors for all the great prizes and as ever J.Glynn’s Bar ( Kevin & Louise) for the food and drinks.

All the best, Athenry Film Club

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Many thanks to all who have entered a table for our Quiz 100.
The event is now completely booked out. We will do another one next year… and so to our 12 teams!

you’ve one week to revise! We will contact all teams by the end of the week to give you your table details.
All the best.

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 Culture night ‘Cinema at the castle| FRIDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER |  2012

Last Friday was CULTURE NIGHT and a first for Athenry! The evening was a huge success driven

in the main by the trojan effort put in by Máire Greaney Daly. We’d like to thank access>CINEMA,

Embassy of Japan in Ireland, Yasuhiro Yamauchi, OPW (Dublin & the staff at Athenry Castle),

Athenry Heritage Centre, Galway County Council, Tidy Towns Athenry, Athenry Community Council,

Athenry Music School, The Arts office at NUIG, Temple Bar Cultural Trust, Department of Arts Heritage

and the Gaeltacht, finally and most importantly YOU!

So, if you were there, THANK-YOU! Our special screening of Haru’s Journey enjoyed a full ‘house’ (or is that castle!?)

and a great night, with people traveling from as far away as Kinvara and Headford. See you next year! In the meantime

if you’re around Athenry be sure to come to our next Movie Night, ‘Headhunters’ 22 October.

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