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All-Star Line Up for Cinemagic Masterclasses
09 Oct 2007 :
Dermot O'Leary
TV presenter Dermot O’Leary, actor John Thomson (Cold Feet, The Fast Show) and ex-Corrie actress Suranne Jones are some of the stars that will host Masterclasses at this year’s Coca-Cola Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, running from 16 November - 2 December 2007 in various venues across Belfast.

The Cinemagic’s Talent Lab masterclasses, run in association with Invest NI, for 16-25 year olds will include TV Production with Chris Cowie (Top of the Pops); Presenting with Dermot O’Leary (Big Brother’s Little Brother); Acting with Pauline Quirke (Birds of a Feather); Make Up for Film and TV with Anita Brolly (Aeon Flux, City of Embers); and Radio Production with City Beat’s Head of News, Marc Mallet.

Cinemagic Stars Masterclass, for 13-18 year olds, takes place from 16th-18th November. The 3-day intensive masterclass in contemporary or musical theatre, is led by industry professionals including Suranne Jones (Coronation Street, Strictly Confidential) and Mikyla Dodd (Hollyoaks). The participants will performed an original production in The Waterfront Hall on 18th Nov.

This year’s programme features an eclectic range of over 100 film screenings from 15 countries including special premieres, international features, documentaries, shorts, foreign language, industry Q&A’s, competitions, school workshops and discussions, all of which aim to motivate and inspire young people aged between 4-25.

International features include the heart-warming tale of ‘Mystery of the Wolf’; the adventure-filled quest of ‘The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar’; the simple love story ‘Little Box of Sweets’, and war and friendship tale ‘Zozo’.

Docos at the fest include ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, ‘Belfast Girls’ and ‘The World According to Sesame Street’.

Shortlisted films from the Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition will be screened at a weekend showcase event from 23rd-25th November. The comp is still open for entries from filmmakers under 25 years of age from the UK and Ireland (Closing date November 2nd).

A Primary & Nursery Education Programme in association with NI4Families see a series of workshops visiting schools across Northern Ireland, including puppet workshops hosted by the creative teams behind Sesame Street and Emu. The Secondary School Education Programme, which takes place from 19th -30th Nov, will include workshops such as ‘Special Effects in Film with Brian Freisinger’, ‘Filmmaking with The Sesame Street Live Action Team’ and ‘Story Telling’.

For more info and a full festival programme go to www.cinemagic.org.uk.



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