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Cinemagic Summer Film Camp for 11-14 Year Olds - Register Now!

Posted on 20th June 2018 | Cinemagic News

Are you aged 11-14 and would like to make a movie this summer? Then this is the opportunity for you!

Cinemagic is hosting a Summer Film Camp in July and August for young people aged 11-14 who want to learn how to make their own short film.

The camp will take place in The Cresent Arts Centre, Belfast and is supported  by The Executive Office, Together: Building a United Community.

There is a small charge of £10 for the camp and we welcome interest from all young people aged 11-14.

The camp will be spent developing new skills and getting to know each other through workshops with industry professionals which will focus on good relations, writing, acting, camera and sound. During the project, participants will work together to produce an original short film, which will then be screened in the Crescent Arts Centre!

Participants will also take part in fantastic team-building activities including a visit to the Ulster Museum, bowling and more!
This is an excellent opportunity for young people to learn in a fun and creative environment while making new friends!

Please see dates below and note that we would like all participants to attend all dates:


Tuesday 3rd July 11am - 4pm - Crescent Arts Centre
Wednesday 4th July 11am - 2pm - Crescent Arts Centre
Thursday 5th July 11am - 2pm - Crescent Arts Centre

Main Camp

Monday 16th - Friday 20th July 10am - 4pm - Crescent Arts Centre
(please note, these days will include trips, but participants will begin and end each day at the Crescent Arts Centre)


Wednesday 22nd August 10am - 5pm - Crescent Arts Centre
Thursday 23rd August 4pm - 8pm - Crescent Arts Centre
Friday 24th August 10am - 1pm

To apply: Please email Sean@cinemagic.org for a registration form.  Please note that places will be allocated on first come, first served basis. Please apply early to avoid disappointment.

Cinemagic Patrons

  • Liam Neeson
  • Pierce Brosnan
  • Dermot O’Leary
  • Terry George
  • Brian Cox
  • Lisa Henson
  • Suranne Jones
  • Julian Fellowes
  • Christine Bleakley
  • Seamus McGarvey
  • Ciaran McMenamin
  • Colin Farrell
  • Patrick Bergin
  • Ros Hubbard
  • John Hubbard
  • Gary Knell
  • Rachel Kavanagh
  • Aidan Power
  • Mark Huffam
  • Saoirse Ronan
  • Craig Doyle
  • Robbie Sheehan
  • Bruce Reynolds
  • Marc Mallett
  • Bronagh Waugh