Against the backdrop of rural Northern Ireland, An Irish Goodbye tells the story of estranged brothers Lorcan (James Martin) and Turlough (Seamus O’Hara) who reunite following the untimely death of their mother (Michelle Fairley).
Canada's entry for Best International Feature Film at the 2022 Oscars, Drunken Birds is a complex look at the relationship between the exploiters and the exploited on a farm in Quebec.
The successful female-focused podcast Girls On Film hosted by film critic Anna Smith (Deadline, The Guardian, BBC News, Time Out London) returns for a third live recording on stage at Cinemagic’s ‘On The Pulse’ short film festival.
Set on the north-west coast of Ireland, God's Creatures is the critically acclaimed feature debut from filmmakers Saela Davis and Anna Rose Holmer. Starring Emily Watson (Breaking the Waves, Hilary and Jackie), Paul Mescal (Normal People, Aftersun) and Aisling Franciosi (The Fall).
Join Cinemagic for a celebratory showcase of young filmmaking talent, from Northern Ireland and Ireland, at the 2023 ‘On the Pulse’ Competition Shortlist Showcase.
Cinemagic presents short films made by young people from Northern Ireland, aged 16-19, and produced during BFI Film Academy Network Programmes.
Two 20-something Londoners embrace their impulsive side and embark on a day of joyous mayhem in director Raine Allen-Miller’s debut feature that is a playful rom-com for the new generation.
A psychological game of cat and mouse ensues when love affairs are exposed in Horie Takahiro's comical yet piercing look at what makes a marriage survive.
Set in a remote mountain village in Galicia, this gripping, edge-of-the-seat thriller depicts the friction between local powerbrokers and a French couple who have moved there to start a new life.