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Feb 7, 10.30 (PG)
Nick Park’s stop-motion adventure takes a playful look at the history of early people and the ‘possible’ origins of football!
When Dug, an average caveman, finds himself having to defend his tribe and their land against the villainous Lord Nooth and his Bronze Age army, with no other means at his disposal, challanges Nooth to a football match.
National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology:
After the film, pupils will hear from the National Museum of Ireland team and discover the secrets of surviving as Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers in the Stone Age and life in the Bronze Age.
On the Way to School
May 14 – 10.30
Green-Schools is Ireland’s leading environmental management and award programme, working with primary and secondary schools across the country.
To tie in with their new Global Citizenship Travel theme, and Walk to School Week 2019 (May 13-17), we are showing this beautifully observed documentary, about young people in four very different places making their daily journey to school.
Across mountains, idyllic landscapes and rough terrains, the children make their way, filled with determination and united in a belief that school is a place worth making an effort to reach.
May 13th–17th May 2019: National Walk-to-School week
May 15th 2019: National WOW day (Walk on Wednesday)
Also showing at: Cork Film Festival (date TBC)
Galway Junior Film Fleadh (date TBC) 091 562 200
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