Big happy new year to everyone who helped make all my videos and projects happen I’m 2013 this includes riders,drivers and mostly importantly the people who make the events happen! Here to a better 2014. So enjoy this video
After the Master Class that i had i went my back to my hotel to get ready for 630 which was the time the awards started at. We left the hotel at 615 and headed over to City Hall.
At the entrance i met some of the members from the Film Academy and these people are Lori,Siona, Tory and we walked in together and as we walked in there was a camera waiting for us, they told us to make funny faces which we found a bit awkward! When we got in we had to register.
We found shaun and she made us do a small photo shoot and the photos were going into a magazine called “In! magazine” which I’ve never heard off and now i want a copy of it to see my photo in it!
We stood about for a while until it was time to go into the main hall were the awards was going to be held! the set they had was amazing. Over all the entertainment was brilliant and the amount of talent there is in this small country is unreal! the amount of awards that was given out reminds me of the BAFTA‘s
The night was well worth dressing up for! The work that Cinemagic does for young people is amazing and i would love to do some voluntary work for them!
My names Jonny Collins, i’m young film maker that got on to the BFI Film Academy which is run by Cinemagic in Northern Ireland. I have been working with cameras for about 7 years now and i have produced a lot of film/video content. i am currently study in the South West college in Omagh, the course that i am studying is a BTEC Level 3 in Creative Digital Media. within this course i will want to learn more about producing and sound production in the film industry and hopefully improve my Directing Skills and Camera skills by the end of it. I will be updating this blog for any new things that i do with this course or other film making projects that i have on in my life
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