The Into Film Festival kicked off at the Strand Cinema in East Belfast today with schoolchildren from Northern Ireland taking part in a UK-wide “Pupil Premiere” of Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch.
Who says teenagers these days are only out for themselves? A group of Year 11 Media and Moving Image Arts students from Ashfield Girls’ High School in East Belfast gave
Jamie Dornan popped into his childhood cinema, now Strand Arts Centre, to show his support for the venue’s urgently needed refurbishment. The 83-year-old building is physically deteriorating, has limited disabled
East Belfast is one of the locations as the world’s biggest youth film festival visits Northern Ireland on November 7-23, with 21,677 free places available for film screenings and events for
Like all good box office blockbusters, the partnership between Strand Arts Centre and Specsavers Connswater has been so successful it’s back again for a sequel. Strand Arts Centre’s Silver Screenings
Eva Rose Megall from Ashfield Girls in East Belfast recently attended an exciting Into Film screening of Star Wars at the Movie House Cinema, Cityside, Belfast. Into Film Clubs is a
Only one week left to book for…. Superheroes Belfast Blockbuster meet & greet lunch/dinner fundraiser!! Sunday 1st May….1-3pm or 5.30-7.30pm, at the Beechlawn House hotel, Dunmurry. Book now for your
Four pupils from Ashfield Girls’ High School, along with pupils from 6 other Belfast schools, have produced two short films under the guidance of Cinemagic, as the culmination of an