Cinemagic, one of the flagship festivals for young people in Northern Ireland, returns with a hybrid festival programme in venues and online this autumn.
The ‘lights, camera, action- packed’ festival film programme for young people, families, educators, students and young filmmakers will have a feast of film opportunities to delight fans of the movies!
The Festival will showcase new studio titles and independent cinema from around the world, film and tv workshops and masterclasses and the annual 'CineSeekers' and 'CineFocus' film juries which offer a chance to review movies and choose the winners of the festival.
Celebrating future filmmakers from across the UK and Ireland, there will be an opportunity to view the latest productions made by young people in the annual Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Showcase. Young audiences can ‘travel the world’ and celebrate stories, peoples and cultures from around the globe with a diverse cultural film programme, with director talks and education programmes for all ages.
In addition to the in-venue activity, there will be a series of special recorded online tutorials accessible on the festival’s YouTube channel ‘Cinemagic TV’, that families and young people can watch in their own time and get creative.
The Cinemagic Festival is funded by Belfast City Council, Tourism Northern Ireland and The Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen.
For further information/booking visit www.cinemagic.org.uk
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