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Cinemagic reveals catalogue of world cinema titles available on its new summer movie streaming platform
19 Jul 2021 : News Desk
Bulado is available from 16 – 29 July.
This July and August, Audiences will have the opportunity to dive into a new platform, which will offer a wealth of international cinema for children, teenagers, and young adults to enjoy.

The Cinemagic Festival Player will have eighteen feature films available, which focus on stories of youth portrayed in a range of genres, from live-action dramas to animations that are heart-warming, thought-provoking, and inspiring. 

Those interested can log onto filmfestival.cinemagic.org.uk where films can be rented and new titles release fortnightly from July 16th.

Some highlights include Kiwi & Strit where viewers follow a series of hilarious adventures as the pair find themselves in trouble over and over again; bold and exciting youth drama The Club of Ugly Children (Irish Premiere) features slick production design and gutsy performances; and celebrating sisterhood plus finding your inner strength, Sisters: The Summer We Found Our Superpowers is a magically sweet film the whole family can enjoy.

The Cinemagic Festival Player is part of the feast of virtual film opportunities for young audiences in across the whole island of Ireland to enjoy this summer. 

Other highlights of the virtual programme are the Career Crafts Q&A sessions featuring a host of Irish films and media talent, film juries, creativity corner tutorials, the Young Consultants workshops, Film Boot Camp, and the Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition.

Cinemagic cross border programme is supported by the Department of Education and is supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.

Click here to view the full cross border programme.





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