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Cinemagic Film Festival – Cinefocus Film Jury

Cinemagic Booklet
Cinemagic Booklet
Sean Boyle - Cinemagic Project & Fundraising Co-ordinator
Sean Boyle – Cinemagic Project & Fundraising Co-ordinator
Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors





Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors


Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors


Cinefocus Jurors
Cinefocus Jurors

Over The Hill Album Fundraiser

Over The Hill Album Fundraiser
Over The Hill Album Fundraiser

Drawn In Pen Productions had a great evening filming the ‘Over The Hill Album Fundraiser‘ on Thursday (18th of August).

Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/619895888184952/

Over The Hill Music Collective
Supporting, inspiring and promoting older musicians.

The HardChargers, Manouche, Scream Blue Murmur, & Rab Wishart.

Since 2012 the collective has been providing a platform for older people interested in trying out or getting back into music. The monthly event offers welcoming, open and encouraging performance opportunities, plus mentoring and regular talks from music industry professionals.

In 2013 Over The Hill released a collection of songs by people at varying stages in their musical endeavors. The album featured the likes of Mandy Bingham, Simon Murphy, and Rab Wishart.

The collective now plan to record a follow up with a new batch of artists, and hope to raise enough funds to cover recording and production costs. Over The Hill will also be inviting submissions from acts interested in having their music featured on the album.

The project is already under way with a recent award from Lidl Community Works, which is supporting some of their music programmes that positively engage with people with dementia.

Grievance (2016)

A short film our very own Aaron Ecklays was cast in (this time as a lawyer) has been released:

‘Grievance’ is a character drama with the focus on how lust for revenge destroys a young man’s life.

Cast and Crew:
Michael Turner – Writer, Director
Gavin Stevenson – Producer, 1st Assistant Director
Robert Duggan – Director of Photography, Editor
Conor McCormick – Sound, Lighting
Keelan Campbell – Camera

Michael Turner as Michael
Robert Duggan as Michael’s Brother
Sean MacAuley as Ryan
Michael Ryan as Jaime
Aaron Ecklays as Michael’s Lawyer

Produced by Tiny Little Robot Productions.

Film Frequency Productions – ‘The Way Station’


‘The Way Station’ is a psychological drama written & directed by Corey McKinney and starring Cailum Carragher, Robynne Catherine & ‘Drawn In Pen Productions’ very own Aaron Ecklays.

‘The Way Station takes us on a voyage through the mind of Joel Durant, looking at a man trying to come to terms with his headspace as he searches for the woman he loves, Eva Jameson. Facing torment from his inner demons, Joel must contemplate actions made in the past, understand decisions made in the present and consider choices made in the future if he is to achieve mental salvation.’

The short film had it premiere yesterday in the Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast as part of the 2016 Film Studies Graduation Show.

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheWayStationShortFilm/

Film Frequency: https://www.facebook.com/FilmFrequency/


Women’s Work Festival 2016 – Day 2

Womens Work Festival 2016 – Day 2:

#womenswork launched on Friday 4th March 2016 with an exclusive interview (by Phil Taggart) and DJ set from the legendary Annie Nightingale!


The Women’s Work Festival is series of events that highlights, celebrates and showcase women in music, as well as facilitates discussion with industry and artists on the issues surrounding the debate.


Women’s Work Festival:



Sister Ghost:

Black Box:


Chidambaram Samba:

Yulinana Scott:

Julia Cross:


DJ Venus:



Cora Kelly:



Crafty Belfast:


Kaz Hawkins Band:


Mandy Bingham:


Susie Blue:

Gemma Bradley:

Oh Yeah! Centre, Belfast:

Website: http://www.ohyeahbelfast.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OhYeahCentre/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ohyeahcentre

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‘Spineless Whisper’ – Sister Ghost

(from their Double A-Side ‘Spineless Whisper/Little Lamb’)


Produced by Drawn In Pen Productions:

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Day 2 – Women’s Work Festival

Some photos from Day 2 of the Women’s Work Festival.

(The day starred: Sister Ghost and M(h)aol;

Sharon Young, Cora Kelly and Crafty Belfast;

Go Girl and Girls Rock School NI;

ChidambaramYulinana Scott;

Julia CrossKaz Hawkins BandMandy BinghamSusie Blue and Gemma Bradley).

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Annie Nightingale In Conversation – Women’s Work Festival 2016 – Day 1

We are very excited to finally be able to reveal our video for Day 1 of the Women’s Work Festival 2016!

Drawn In Pen Productions recorded each day of the festival and will be releasing one video a week for the next few weeks summarising each day!

#womenswork launched on Friday 4th March with an exclusive interview (by Phil Taggart) and DJ set from the legendary Annie Nightingale!

The Women’s Work Festival is series of events that highlights, celebrates and showcase womens in music, as well as facilitates discussion with industry and artists on the issues surrounding the debate.

Annie led the movement to encourage women to become DJs, breaking the ‘no women DJs’ ban at Radio 1 in 1970 to become the first female presenter.
Annie specialises in championing new and underground music and is credited with helping to break acts like Daft Punk and London Grammar. She continues to DJ around the world and in 2014 Annie was presented with the Pioneer in Music Award by Music Week / A.I.M. at the Women In Music Awards.

Women’s Work Festival:

Women’s Work Festival (with the Oh Yeah! Centre, Belfast)

Some photos from Day 1 of the

Women’s Work Festival ‘A Night With Annie Nightingale’

(In Conversation With Phil Taggart followed by DJ sets by Annie Nightingale and guest DJs Marion Hawkes, Venus Roller Girl and Sage):

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