Under 12s Festival Programme Returns To Dublin!
Posted on 09th June 2014 | Cinemagic News
Cinemagic Dublin is back this week with a programme for young people aged under 12 years of age. This jam packed programme will include film screenings, workshops and schools events taking place at various venues around the city!
The festival will include a special nursery programme of short films designed to entertain and educate young children. Each nursery school will be turned into a mini cinema for the morning to introduce the children to the wonder of TV and film. Screenings will include animations from around the world, Peter Rabbit shorts, Henry Hugglemonster and Anam Anamráin - new animated interpretations of 12 old Irish songs .
An extensive Education programme of workshops and screenings aims to help children learn more about the industry, critique and analyse film and TV, express their own opinions on what they see. The primary schools Education programme will include:
Early Years Drama with Emma Coogan, Make a Movie in a day with Young Irish FilmMakers, Animation with Cartoon Saloon, A workshop on film classification – That’s Classified – with IFCO, Storyboarding with Flickerpix animations, An animation showcase and screening with claymations, stop motion animations shadow play and 3d computer animation, Children’s Books Ireland session about superheroes and Girl Power which includes a screening of Frozen followed by a creative workshop on superpowers, Sci-Fi Shadow play workshop and Sci-fi storytelling with Jack Lynch with a screening of the Iron Giant!
Children will be encouraged to watch – discuss – review, critically debating an international short film programme and selecting their own winner. They will also learn about copyright and respecting creativity with lovemovies.ie (the voice of the Irish Industry Trust for Intellectual Property Awareness). This workshop will help children understand what it is like to work in the Irish film industry, the different jobs you can do and just what it takes to make and protect films.
For Teachers: How to book tickets for the schools/education programme: Various prices: Telephone Colm McAteer at the Cinemagic Office on +4428 90 311 900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Press Information: Gerry Lundberg / Sinead O’Doherty, Gerry Lundberg Public Relations t: +353 1 679 8476 / 086 259 1070 / 087 259 1070 e: email@example.com
Claire Shaw, Cinemagic Press & Marketing Officer t: +44 28 90 311 900/ + 447793025910 e: firstname.lastname@example.org