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Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart to open Cinemagic

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- Festival for young people celebrates 25th anniversary with Eurocentric programme

Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart to open Cinemagic
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart by Stéphane Berla and Mathias Malzieu

Belfast’s Cinemagic (November 17-28), the international film and television festival for young people, turns 25 this year and will open with the UK premiere of Stéphane Berla and Mathias Malzieu’s Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart [+see also:
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(France/Belgium). Programme highlights include UK premieres of Lourens Blok’s A Christmoose Story [+see also:
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(Netherlands/Sweden); Markus Dietrich and Pavel Strnad’s Mission: Sputnik [+see also:
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(Germany/Belgium/Czech Republic); Bas Devos’s Violet [+see also:
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(Belgium); Christophe Cousin’s False Movement (Canada); Jean Denizot’s The Good Life [+see also:
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(France); Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly’s Beneath the Harvest Sky (US); and Gabriel Velazquez’s Arctic [+see also:
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(Spain). 

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Irish and Northern Ireland premieres include Martin Lagestee’s Bobby and the Ghost Hunters [+see also:
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(Netherlands); Katya von Garnier’s Windstorm (Germany); Edward Berger’s Jack [+see also:
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(Germany); Rok Bicek’s Class Enemy [+see also:
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(Slovenia); Ragnar Bragason’s Metalhead [+see also:
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(Iceland); and Paul King’s Paddington (UK/France/Canada). The closing night will feature 13 shorts made by young people.

Cinemagic Chief Executive Joan Burney Keatings said, “Our film programme has a vast range of films from around the world and our comprehensive education programme will give young people an insight into various film and television disciplines.”

Richard Williams, CEO, Northern Ireland Screen said, “Through our continued core funding, supported by the Department of Culture Arts and Leisure, Northern Ireland Screen acknowledges the Cinemagic Film Festival in Belfast as a key component in our efforts to achieve our goal of making a significant contribution to film culture, education and training.”

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