The annual Cinemagic Film and Television Festival programme returns for a jam-packed season in October and November (6th October- 8th November) with over two hundred films and diverse creative opportunities to inspire young people.
Thanks to funding from the Halifax Foundation, RCN are about to begin a 12 month Pilot project helping Rural Groups to measure the wider economic, social & environmental outcomes of the work that they do in their local areas.
With age comes experience, skills and patience, and older people are using these to benefit a variety of worthy causes and organisations across Belfast. Here's a chance to recognise and celebrate the difference older volunteers make to your organisation.
Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People and George Best Belfast City Airport are calling for teenagers, aged 16-18, from Belfast/Greater Belfast to participate in a new creative leadership programme for young people.
NICVA and Sector Matters are pleased to offer this popular Employment Life-cycle series of training again this year. The four training sessions guide you through the critical elements of the employment relationship.
Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People in partnership with Jordan’s Gift charity have launched a new filmmaking project to inspire and educate young people from across Northern Ireland.
Do you enjoy watching films? Would you like to be the first to see new films from around the world? Ever thought of being a film critic? If so, this year’s Cinemagic Belfast ‘CineFocus’ and ‘CineSeekers’ film jury’ is just for you!