Schools and Youth Groups

Thursday 10th, 10am
The Mall Arts Centre

Secondary schools and youth groups are where many young people get their first chance to make a film. It is also where many young filmmakers have an opportunity to develop their skills and start honing their craft. This programme is a recognition of the amount, variety and sheer quality of filmmaking taking place in schools and youth groups throughout Ireland.

Anxiety (Midleton College)
Back to Form (Midleton College)
Fox Hunt (Midleton College)
Beyond Nicotine (CDYS Midleton)
Little Things (Edan Leahy/Carrigtwohill Community College)
The Stalker (Coláiste Muire, Cobh)
Monday Morning (St. Vincent’s Secondary School, Cork/The Glucksman, Cork)
Vindicta (Presentation Brothers College, Cork)
Drag Race (Terence MacSwiney Community College, Cork)
Happy Sustainable Christmas (Terence MacSwiney Community College, Cork)
Mission Failed (Terence MacSwiney Community College, Cork)
A Walk in My Shoes (National Learning Network, Cork)
The 48 Hour Day (Cathan Harrington/St Brendans College, Killarney)
Reality (Beach Hill College, Monaghan)
Mx Orange (Beach Hill College, Monaghan)
Through the Decades (Ellie Mahon/Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy)
Wallet Wizard (Coláiste Iósaef Community College, Kilmallock)

This screening will be accompanied by two panel discussions in which young people discuss their films and their experience of making them. The first of these will feature filmmakers from Presentation Brothers College Cork, Coláiste Iósaef Community College Kilmallock and St. Brendan’s College Killarney moderated by filmmaker Arran Tenzin Bradstock. The second will focus on youth groups and feature filmmakers from CDYS Midleton and the National Learning Network, Cork moderated by filmmaker Kara Sweeney.