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John Montague

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john_montagueTo mark the passing of John Montague we present a rare short film from 2009 featuring John and friends at the launch of his memoir ‘The Pear is Ripe’ at the Dublin Writers Museum .  Featuring Fintan O’Toole, Seamus Heaney and Louis Le Broquay.

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May he rest in peace and his poems live forever!

Mexico screens ‘Talking to My Father’

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Simon and Robin Walker 1967The CINETEXTON International Film Festival on Architecture screens Sé Merry Doyle’s Reel Art documentary ‘Talking to My Father’  on Friday 30th September at 7PM in CCU (Universitary Cultural Complex)Puebla Mexico . This follows on from screenings at ADFF New York, Festival du Art Montreal and Arab Centre for Architecture Beirut. The film began its life at the ADIFF Film Festival in Dublin followed by a theatrical run at the Irish Film Institute. For more info 

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Kathleen Lynn – The Rebel Doctor film screening

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P9030101The acclaimed documentary ‘Kathleen Lynn – the Rebel Doctor’ will screen as part of the RCPI  Heritage Week on the 22- and 25th August at 12 Noon. Screening are free and can be booked here at RCPI. The director Sé Merry Doyle will introduce both screening. Ingrid Craigie plays the part of Kathleen Lynn and there are interviews with her working colleague Doctor Barbara Stokes  and her biographer Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh.  For more info on the film

Kathleen Lynn – The Rebel Doctor screens in Clonbur Galway

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klynn sunday timesKathleen Lynn – The Rebel Doctor will be screened on Saturday 13th August  in All Saint’s Heritage Centre in Clonbur, a beautiful, former Church of Ireland church and interestingly,the final resting place of Kathleen Lynn’s father, who was a rector in the parish in times gone by. Another connection to the area is the late Dr Tim Regan from Cong who also takes part in documentary.