AES In The Community
With support from Arts & Business Northern Ireland, Cinemagic and AES Kilroot and Ballylumford (Northern Ireland's largest electricity provider) produced a short film to highlight the work of the company in Northern Ireland.
Davy Elliot, AES
AES fully appreciates the benefits of partnering with a professional arts organisation such as Cinemagic. The film project proved to be a tremendous vehicle for achieving some of our business objectives in terms of personal development, brand awareness, CSR and communications. We are looking forward to working with Cinemagic on further projects soon.View All Endorsements
School children from Eden Primary School, Carrickfergus and Larne High School had two days to participate in the production, which involved interviews with AES employees and on-screen apearances by the pupils. The young people were given an insight to the film making process from acting and directing to camera technique, sound and lighting.
The film was premiered at Odyssey Cinemas Belfast in November 2013 as part of Cinemagic's annual festival outreach showcase at which young people, schools, families and AES employees were in attendance!