A leading Coleraine actress is to take a masterclass at the 21st Anniversary Cinemagic Festival in Belfast in November.
Bronagh Waugh, who stars in Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks, is a past participant of Cinemagic and will advise budding young actors interested in following a career in the industry.
Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People and Coca-Cola HBC Northern Ireland has delivered inspirational events for young people, unlocking their potential and creativity within them, helping them take their first steps into the film and television industry, whilst building confidence and self-esteem, - creating opportunities to educate, motivate and inspire.
Joan Burney, Cinemagic Chief Executive, said: We work together every year to offer young people from all backgrounds opportunities in the creative industries and we strive to unlock the potential in young people who participate in the festival events.”
Gillian Shields, Public Relations Executive, Coca-Cola HBC Northern Ireland said: “This year’s 21st anniversary festival will once again provide young people, like Bronagh, with the opportunity to gain exciting and practical experience in many arts based disciplines, using the magic of film and moving images to inspire and fuel creativity.”
Action packed with more than 150 film screenings from all over the world and 16 days of workshops, competitions, masterclasses and exciting film related events for young people, the Festival runs from November 16 to December 2.
For further information visit www.cinemagic.org.uk