Join Britain’s leading film critic Mark Kermode and film historian Linda Ruth William in the Black Box on Tuesday 7th August at 7.30pm for the free Belfast screening of the Olympic style film relay.
Hansel (a Shetland dialect word meaning gift) of film 2012 project is a UK wide relay of screenings of short films made by the public as part of the London 2012 Festival.
The project (including music videos, poetic pieces, vampire tales and much more) will take films made by Shetlanders and others to twenty one venues around the country and will form a celebration of ‘homemade’ short films similar to that which takes place annually at Screenplay.
Ticket: Free Screening
Date: Tuesday 07 August 19:30
Venue: Black Box Belfast
For more details on this event and to reserve your free seat at the Belfast screening click here
Somewhereto Northern Ireland is looking for young filmmakers aged 16 to 25 to submit short films to be screened on 7th August at the Black Box's Green Room, alongside the Belfast Film Festival's A Hansel of Film Event.
If you have a film you'd like to be considered for screening, please email a link and description to email@example.com by 31 July.