Arts Uncovered with Cinemagic 21.09.19

21 Sep 2019

Arts Uncovered with Cinemagic 21.09.19

Our arts members Cinemagic have very kindly offered A&BNI business members a number of free tickets to their screening of Vincent and Me and a Q&A with Tchéky Karyo who you will immediately recognise as the star of Baptiste and The Missing.

Vincent & Me was the first film shown at the first Cinemagic Festival and was on the same screen at the same time on the same date 30 years ago so this is a very special birthday occasion for the Cinemagic family.

To register for your tickets (max 2 per person please) just email me at with your names and I will have you added to the guest list at QFT on Saturday 21 September. This event is sure to be a sell-out so don’t delay!

Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People is an award-winning charity that has been educating, inspiring and motivating young people across the world for the last three decades. Cinemagic is an organisation with international networks and a worldwide reputation for excellence in children’s programming. As the largest film and television festival designed for and by young people in the UK and Ireland around 40,000 young people (aged 4-25) participate in Cinemagic events in Belfast, Dublin, London, France (Castres), New York and Los Angeles each year.

Since it was established Cinemagic has engaged with almost 1 million young  people, screened over 3,000 films, and hosted over 500 masterclasses, industry workshops, Q&As and special events. Our film production projects have received international acclaim for their ambition, quality and reach.

Cinemagic embraces the magic of film, television and digital technologies and offers young people the chance to develop real skills, explore opportunities, and reaffirm their belief in what they want to do and their own ability to achieve it.

To find out more about Cinemagic and their work, follow the link

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