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Film Juries wanted for Cinemagic's On the Pulse Weekend
12 Feb 2020 : Nathan Griffin
On The Pulse short film festival
Cinemagic is searching for three respective film juries for the upcoming “On the Pulse” short film festival in Belfast this March.

Taking place in the Ulster Museum in Belfast, participants will watch brand new short films from around the world, take part in film review sessions, make new friends and choose the winning films of the programme.

Jury 8+ (Age: 8-11) Sun 8th March, 12.45pm-2.30pm
Jury 12+ (Age: 12-14) Sun 15th March, 12.45pm-2.45pm
Jury 15+ (Age: 15-18) Sun 29th March, 12.45pm-3.15pm

Please email juries@cinemagic.org.uk for a registration form stating which age group is required.

£5.00 per person.

If you want to watch brand new films from around the world, take part in movie reviewing sessions, meet liked minded film fans and choose the winners of the On the Pulse 2020 programme - then this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Chris Shaw, Cinemagic Festival Programmer said:

“We have programmed a contemporary season of the very best international short films for young audiences as well as showcasing short films made by local filmmakers, including young filmmakers. ‘On The Pulse’ will also illustrate the importance of short filmmaking in the development of practical skills and in the development of sustainable and long-term careers in the creative industries”.

The initiative is supported by the Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen and over 30 events have been designed to motivate, educate and inspire young people with film screenings, education programmes, talks, and workshops all focused on the short film genre.

Click here for more information about the On the Pulse short film festival.





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