Schools and Youth Groups

Thursday March 9th, 10.30am, The Mall Arts Centre

Secondary schools and youth groups are where many young people get their first chance to make a film. This programme showcases the quality and variety of films made in schools and youth groups throughout Ireland.

Under the Hood (Eimear Lane/Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy)
Breaking Brad (Presentation Brothers College, Cork)
Liam Ó Maoilíosa (Coláiste an Eachréidh, Athenry)
The Visitor Eps 1-3 (Wexford Youth Film Project)
Ducking & Diving (Terence McSwiney Community College, Cork)
Where To (Graziela Goncalves/Octavia/Present Base Productions, London)
Gone Wrong (Macroom Youthreach Centre – a Cork Local Creative Youth Partnership initiative)
The Spirit of Living (Leah Nolan/Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy)
Torna (Coláiste an Chroi Naofa, Carrignavar/The Glucksman, Cork)
Lonely But Never Alone (Wilson’s Hospital School, Co. Westmeath)
Lost and Found (Regina Mundi College/Kate Harley, Emily Byrne, Zi Yao Kong, Emma Desmond)
MND CTL (Greywood Arts Centre Youth Group, Killeagh)
A Local History Story (Saoirse O Hanlon/St Joseph’s NS, Ballyheigue)
Prime Suspect (Coláiste Iósaef Community College, Kilmallock)
The Magical Tortilla Chip (Blarney St CBS, Cork/Cork International Film Festival: Look@Me)

This screening will be accompanied by a panel discussion in which young people discuss their films and experiences of making them. It will feature filmmakers from The Spirit of Living who are from Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy; from Presentation Brothers College, Cork; and from Greywood Arts Centre Youth Group. It is moderated by Tadhg Crowley, Senior Curator: Education + Community at The Glucksman, Cork.