Cinemagic!

Cinemagic! This year marks the 30th anniversary of Cinemagic who over these years have engaged with almost 1 million young people through film, television and the creative industries. The themes of the films Cinemagic produces are about accepting and understanding difference and encouraging tolerance and respect. Cinemagic bring young people together in neutral environments and use cultural film as the vehicle to discuss a range of social issues and issues affecting young people from all walks of life. Young people from 18 different schools in Northern Ireland, Boston and Los Angeles have been working together as part of Cinemagic Los Angeles here they have participated in Masterclasses with Sean Barney, Julia Ormond, Maryann Yee, Lance O’Connor, Kevin Huvane, Colin Farrell, Ross King, Ryan Rowe, Fox Studios, Sony, Warner Bros, Celebration at the British Consulate, CAA, HBO, Remote Control Studios, LMU. Cinemagic is an award-winning film festival charity, that has been educating and inspiring young people for the last three decades, embracing the magic of film, television, and the creative industries to educate, motivate and inspire young people through film screenings, industry workshops, practical masterclasses, filmmaking projects and outreach activities. Patrons include Colin Farrell, Pierce Brosnan, Liam Neeson Saoirse Ronan, Suranne Jones, Paula Malcomson and Julian Fellowes, and many others. Partners include Fox Music, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, PAC TV, Minted Content, Brothers, Sony, Remote Control Studios and the British Consulate.65317044_2452796204758649_8374045075864289280_n

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