TUESDAY 5TH MAY – MONDAY 11TH MAY
Like many of our fellow film festivals and arts organisations the next few months will see us switching focus to produce a lot more online content. We are fully committed to continue to provide our audience with a programme of high quality films, practical creative opportunities and film education resources.
ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLY?
HORROR GENRE SHORTS
ONLINE JURY MEMBERS WANTED!
HORROR GENRE SHORTS (AGES: 15+)
PROGRAMME AVAILABLE FROM 11TH MAY – 17TH MAY
Our next on-line film jury programme will be available for film fans from Monday 11th May – Sunday 17th May.
HORROR SHORTS: A collection of new short films to elicit chills and thrills, and some that may even make you laugh! From ghost stories, to killer thrillers and with a good splattering of body horror there’s something here for all fans of the macabre.To sign-up please email firstname.lastname@example.org
and we’ll send you the registration form followed by the screening links and passwords. This opportunity is open to our audience in the UK and Ireland.
‘PROJECTIONS FROM ISOLATION’
CALL OUT TO YOUNG WRITERS & ILLUSTRATORS
In these unpredictable times of self-isolation and containment; and with our new, vital stay at home perspective; we want to create a positive and genuine project that celebrates ideas of community, togetherness and a shared love of cinemas.Although we can’t physically visit our local picture house, we can take time to think about why we love cinemas and what we love about them. Perhaps cherished memories of a first visit; or the people we watch movies with; or an important weekly ritual that excites, thrills and astounds us.
We are inviting young writers and illustrators (aged: 16-25) to submit a piece of work that represents their passion for cinemas and cinema culture. For writers this can be a short essay, story (500 words max.) or a poem. For illustrators this can be a drawing or visual representation; perhaps a portrait of a cinema, a cinema worker or something more experimental and abstract. We plan to celebrate, document and preserve a number of the submitted pieces into a printed work titled ‘Projections from Isolation’.
This opportunity is open to young writers and illustrators throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland.
For more information please contact us via the link below.
THE CINEMAGIC PREVIEW SHOW – EPISODE 2
Check out the latest edition of the Cinemagic Preview Show where young film critics review the latest releases. On our latest show we have Morgyn Lutton, Cara McKernon and Elishka Lane Barnes reviewing Richard Heap’s family drama THE RUNAWAYS.
Cinemagic will provide new creative opportunities for young people with the launch of a community film project ‘Upload, Download’ supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.From the Summer to Autumn 2020, Cinemagic will deliver a series of online screenings and activities for schools, community groups and home educators to inspire, motivate and educate participants by giving them a platform to access youth focused content to support learning and help develop life skills. There will be a platform to explore social and youth issues to stimulate debate and discussion and the initiative will culminate in participants being given an active role in the Cinemagic 2020 Film Festival later this year. Details on programme content and how to get involved will be announced next month.
UPLOAD, DOWNLOAD has been made possible thanks to National Lottery players