Once (film)

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Once is a 2007 Irish romantic musical drama film written and directed by John Carney.wikipedia
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Academy Award for Best Original Song

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Hansard and Irglová's song "Falling Slowly" won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Original Song, and the soundtrack received a Grammy Award nomination.
The Swell Season was released in August 2006, and The Cost in February 2007, before the release of Once.

Falling Slowly

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Hansard and Irglová's song "Falling Slowly" won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Original Song, and the soundtrack received a Grammy Award nomination.
The song was featured on the soundtrack of the 2007 Irish musical romance film Once, which starred Hansard and Irglová, and for which it won the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 80th Academy Awards.

The Swell Season

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Hansard and Irglová had previously performed music as the Swell Season, and composed and performed the film's original songs.
Since their rise to prominence after starring in the 2007 film Once, they increasingly referred to themselves as "The Swell Season" in promotion of their performances until it became the formal name of their collaboration in 2008.

Glen Hansard

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The film stars Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová as two struggling musicians in Dublin, Ireland.
He is also known for his acting, having appeared in the BAFTA-winning film The Commitments, as well as starring in the film Once, which earned him a number of major awards, including an Academy Award for Best Song.

Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland

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Once spent years in development with the Irish Film Board and was made for a budget of €112,000.
Irish film talent was recognized internationally and industry collaboration of Irish producers, writers and directors was well underway producing such work as Ailsa (1993), I Went Down (1997), About Adam (1999), Disco Pigs (2000), Bloody Sunday (2002), Intermission (2003), The Magdalene Sisters (2003), Omagh (2004), Man About Dog (2004), Adam & Paul (2004), Breakfast on Pluto (2005), The Wind that Shakes the Barley (2006) Once (2007), Garage (2007), The Secret of Kells (2009), His & Hers (2009) The Guard (2011), Albert Nobbs (2012), What Richard Did (2012), The Stag (2014), Calvary (2014), Song of the Sea (2014), The Lobster (2015), Brooklyn (2015), Room (2015) and other nationally and

Dublin International Film Festival

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However, once finished, it secured spots at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival on 20 January 2007 and the Dublin Film Festival in February 2007, and received the audience awards at both events.
In the same year the festival also introduced the Audience Award recipients of which include Once and the surfing documentary Waveriders.

Grafton Street

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A thirty-something busker (Guy) performs with his guitar on Grafton Street, a Dublin shopping district and chases a man who steals his money.
This was portrayed in the opening scene of the 2006 film Once, starring Glen Hansard of The Frames, a former Grafton Street busker.

Markéta Irglová

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The film stars Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová as two struggling musicians in Dublin, Ireland.
In 2007, Irglová co-starred in the indie film Once.

Independent Spirit Award for Best International Film

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It received awards including the 2007 Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film.

In the Name of the Grandfather

Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová reprised their roles in The Simpsons episode "In the Name of the Grandfather".
The episode contains numerous jokes about Ireland and references to Irish culture including the Giant's Causeway, Blarney Castle, James Joyce, leprechauns, Guinness, Riverdance, U2 and the film Once.

2007 Sundance Film Festival

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However, once finished, it secured spots at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival on 20 January 2007 and the Dublin Film Festival in February 2007, and received the audience awards at both events.

The Frames

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Director Carney, former bassist for Hansard's band The Frames, had asked his long-time friend to share busker anecdotes and compose songs for the film, but had intended the male lead to be played by actor Cillian Murphy, who was an almost-signed rock musician before turning to acting.
Hansard appeared on screen as the principal character parodied by Irish music comedy Web site Eyebrowy.com and in 2007 as the lead in the movie Once which featured his songs.

Michael Phillips (critic)

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In May, on Ebert & Roeper, both Richard Roeper and guest critic Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune gave enthusiastic reviews.

Interference (band)

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Their song 'Gold' was featured in the hit indie movie Once (film).

Chicago (2002 film)

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Roeper referred to the film's recording studio scene as "more inspirational and uplifting than almost any number of Dreamgirls or Chicago or any of those multi-zillion dollar musical showstopping films. In its own way, it will blow you away."
Notable original musical films have also been released to critical and commercial success since Chicago 's cinematic run, including Once in 2006, Enchanted in 2007, and La La Land in 2016.

The Commitments (film)

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Carney then turned to songwriter Hansard, who'd previously done only one acting job, a supporting role as guitarist Outspan Foster in the 1991 ensemble film The Commitments, the story of a Dublin soul music cover band.
Glen Hansard continued performing with his band, The Frames, and achieved greater success and critical acclaim with the 2005 film Once.

Galway Film Fleadh

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A rough cut of the film was previewed on 15 July 2006 at the Galway Film Fleadh, but the film was subsequently turned down by several prestigious European film festivals.
In 2006 the Galway Film Fleadh was the site of the first screening of John Carney's film Once.

Once (musical)

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The film has been adapted for the stage as the musical (Once).
Once is a musical based on the 2007 film of the same name by John Carney.

John Carney (director)

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romantic musical drama film written and directed by John Carney.
He is best known for his 2007 movie Once and the film Sing Street.

Into the Mystic

The additional songs were two previously unreleased Van Morrison covers: Hansard's "And the Healing Has Begun", and Hansard and Irglová's "Into the Mystic".
Some of the artists performing it are Paul Carrack, Joe Cocker, Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová (The Swell Season) on the Once (Collector's Edition of Original Soundtrack), The Dead, Jackson Hawke, Colin James, Ben E. King, Michael McDonald, The Allman Brothers Band, Zac Brown Band, Marc Cohn, Paco Estrada, The Wallflowers, and Jason Isbell.

Cinema of Ireland

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Some of the most successful Irish films include The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006), Intermission (2003), Man About Dog (2004), Michael Collins (1996), Angela's Ashes (1999), The Commitments (1991), Once (2007) and Notorious (2017).

And the Healing Has Begun

The additional songs were two previously unreleased Van Morrison covers: Hansard's "And the Healing Has Begun", and Hansard and Irglová's "Into the Mystic".
Glen Hansard covered the song in the 2006 musical film, Once (Collector's Edition of Original Soundtrack).

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Music

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It won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Music, and it was ranked at number two on the Entertainment Weekly 25 New Classic Soundtrack Albums list (1983–2008).

John Tiffany

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The screenplay was adapted by Enda Walsh and the production directed by John Tiffany.
James Bond movie producer Barbara Broccoli acquired the stage production rights for Once, which is based on the 2006 musical film by the same name, and subsequently recruited Tiffany to produce it after seeing his Black Watch at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn.

Enda Walsh

The screenplay was adapted by Enda Walsh and the production directed by John Tiffany.