Cork Young Filmmakers Programme
Friday 27th April – 11am
Cork Young Filmmakers (CYF) is a film workshop programme for young people in Cork County run by Cork Film Centre and funded by Cork County Council and SECAD working in partnership with schools and youth organisations. This screening showcases the films made during workshops in schools during 2017/2018. The programme will conclude with some short animated films made independently in two of these schools.
Issues (Scoil Muire, Cobh)
Rocky 99 (Midleton CBS Secondary School)
Jane (Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown)
Something About Mary (Presentation Secondary School, Mitchelstown)
An Corp (Colaiste Ghobnatan, Baile Mhic Ire)
Two Faced (Youthreach Ballincollig)
Who Is…? (Kinsale Community School)
Self-Possessed (Kinsale Community School)
Student of the Year (Pobalscoil na Trionoide, Youghal)
Alone (McEgan College, Macroom)
Help! (St Colman’s Community College, Midleton)
Progressive Education (Colaiste Treasa, Kanturk)
Bloody Sophie (Carrigtwohill Community College)
Brostaigh (Gaelscoil Charraig Ui Leighin)
Cry Wolf! (St Mary’s High School, Midleton)
Showdown (De La Salle College, Macroom)
Doll House (Inch Foroige)
Balls (Oscar Cahalane, Carrigtwohill Community College)
Aninmania shorts from Pobalscoil na Trionoide, Youghal
The Audience Award for Best CYF Schools Film will be selected by the young people attending this screening and will be presented at the end of the day.
Panel Discussion: Workshop participants from Scoil Muire, Cobh; Carrigtwohill Community College; and St Mary’s High School, Midleton will discuss their experiences of making films at CYF workshops. The panel will be moderated by Toirdealbhach Ó Lionáird.
Cork Young Filmmakers Summer Week Programme
Friday 27th April – 1.45pm
Each year CYF runs a number of Summer Film Week workshops in County Cork. Young people get the opportunity to work with other young people with similar interests as well as with professional filmmakers and equipment.
Taking part builds confidence and networks so that afterwards young people can make their own short films in collaboration with friends made on the programme. For some, it opens up access to further education and employment in film-related areas which they otherwise might not have known existed. We conclude the CYF programme with a selection of films that came out of the 2017 Summer Film Weeks, as well as an award-winning film from a two-day CYF workshop.
According to Matthew (Foróige, Castletownbere/Beara Community School)
2B or Not 2B (Mitchelstown Summer Week)
Shutter (Macroom Summer Week)
Behind Bars (Midleton Summer Week)
Scooped (Mallow Summer Week)
Summer Weeks 2017: Making Of Documentary
Summer Film Week 2018: You can apply NOW to take part in Summer Weeks in Macroom, Midleton and Mallow, and in a week of documentary filmmaking in Mitchelstown. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Guest Film: Mother Nature Knows Breast (Mount Mercy College, Cork)