Cinemagic film consultants Caolan
McMullan, Kerry Fitzsimmons and Coca-Cola Public Affairs
& Communications Manager, Maire Campbell, look forward
to the feast of international films on offer from 16th
THE much-anticipated Cinemagic film festival
for young people will be launching its 2007 programme on
September 27 at Movie House Cinemas, Belfast, with a special
preview of Disney Pixar's much anticipated `Ratatouille'.
Coca-Cola Bottlers (Ulster) Ltd is again
Cinemagic film festival's title sponsor.
The Coca-Cola Cinemagic International Film
and Television Festival runs from November 16-December 2 in
various venues across Belfast and it caters for a wide age range
of young people with just about every level of interest in film
- whether they want to watch and enjoy, create their own work,
or take things one stage further and find out more about a
possible career in the film or television industry.
The award-winning festival is action packed
with film screenings - special premieres, international feature
films, documentaries, shorts, foreign language films, education
packages from pre-school to college level, and accompanying
In addition to the film programme, Cinemagic, with the
support of Coca-Cola, will offer a series of practical industry
events such as Cinemagic Stars (3 day acting workshops for
10-18yr olds), the hugely successful Cinemagic Young Film Maker
Competition in association with First Light Movies (3 day
workshops & film showcase events), Spirit of the Festival
Photography Competition, Young Film Critic of the Year and the
Cinemagic Talent Lab (2 day masterclasses for 18-25yr olds)
focusing on all areas of film making including directing,
scriptwriting, acting, and production.