Cinemagic is looking for young people to form a number of film jury panels as part of Cinemagic Dublin’s virtual film festival programme this summer. All young people participating in the jury will watch a selection of international feature films, with film reviewing materials and guidance from Cinemagic before choosing their favourite film. The films will be screened in their original language with English subtitles where necessary. Each Jury panel will meet via zoom after the screenings to debate and discuss the titles.
Online Jury 8+ (Ages 8-9)
Online Jury 10+ (Ages: 10-11)
Online Jury 12+ (Ages 12-14)
Online Jury 15+ (Ages 15-18)
€5.00 per jury member.
20 young people will be selected as jurors in each category to watch three films over the course of the festival. Jury participation is based on a first come first served basis.
How does it work?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. You will be emailed further details as well as a registration form (or download below) that must be returned to us signed by the applicant (if over 18); or by the parent/guardian of an applicant (under 18). Download REGISTRATION FORM
After returning the form, Cinemagic will share the online payment link via Eventbrite and you will be sent a private link to download the Jury Film Review Pack and details on how to create your own viewing account on the festival streaming platform (Cinemagic Festival Player) where you will access and watch the jury films at filmfestival.cinemagic.org.uk
After all the 3 x films in each age category have been watched and reviewed and discussed you will be asked to email us the name of your favourite film. We will announce all the winning films the week commencing Monday 30th August.
*Please note: All email correspondence for anyone under 18 must be made by the parent/guardian of the participant.
Please email email@example.com
Deadline to register: 15th July 2021
Download Jury Schedules HERE
Please note: The Online Festival Jury Programme is a cross-border initiative and open to all young people in Ireland and Northern Ireland. The Festival is supported by The Department for Education and is supported by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.