Monday 9th May – Sunday 22nd May 2016
A film festival for young people designed to ignite a love for film and screen. The programme offers screenings of some great films, workshops and masterclasses so that kids get to experience some of the work that goes on behind the camera.
Here are a few pointers to what is on, but make sure and take a look at the full programme which is split between families / young people 12-16 years and young people 16-25 years.
A gorgeous animation about a little fawn named Mune who becomes guardian of the Moon
When: Friday 13th May 2016, 6.30pm
Where: Cineworld, Parnell Street, Dublin 1
How much: €7.90
Puppet making workshop & Good Dinasour Screening
Before a screening of very popular Good Dinosaur film, kids are invited to join art facilitator Trish McNally to create and design their own dinosaur puppet.
When: Sunday 15th May 2016, 11am – 12.30pm (workshop) 1pm – 2.35pm (screening)
Where: Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
How Much: €5. Book here
Ages: Film Cert: PG
Storytelling, Book Swapping and Paddington Bear
Before the screening storyteller Jack Lynch will take you on a magical journey exploring myths and tales from around the world. Bring a finished book and swap it over lunch.
When: Sunday 22nd May 2016, 11am-12.30pm (storytelling) 1pm – 2.35pm (screening)
How much: €5
Ages: Film cert: PG
For further information and full programme see Cinemagic