A music video involving young females from across South Belfast has been launched to celebrate the culmination of a project delivered by Cinemagic and supported by The Executive Office and the Together: Building a United Community initiative.
Young females from St Malachy’s Youth Centre (Markets),Charter Youth Club (Sandy Row),Breda Academy,Fleming Fulton,St Joseph’s College, Ravenhill,Aquinas Secondary School,Wellington College, and the IFA participated in the music video production ‘We Stand United’ which was filmed over a series of days in March.
The theme of the music video production was to bring young females from different communities together to work on a common goal, to develop teamwork, social and personal skills and to showcase their talent.
Participants had the chance to record and film the various scenes of the music video in their local schools, at BBC Northern Ireland, Stormont and Botanic Gardens Belfast.
Joan Burney Keatings, MBE, Cinemagic Chief Executive said “We had a fantastic time working with all of the young girls from South Belfast and their dedication and commitment to the project is to be commended. They worked brilliantly as a team and had the chance to learn about how a production like this is put together and above all it allowed them to mix with peers from different backgrounds and communities.”
The music video can be viewed here