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The Foyle Film Festival celebrates its 25th year with a high quality programme of feature films, animations, workshops, outreach and special events, aimed at primary, post-primary schools, colleges, and universities. This year, to mark its quarter century, the festival takes as its main theme MILESTONES - celebrating inspirational individuals and events that have left behind an enduring legacy. To mark the life and achievements of Apple founder Steve Jobs, this year’s education programme offers a special Pixar Retrospective honouring the legacy of this creative and innovative man. The programme pays tribute to the late Neil Armstrong with screenings and workshops highlighting the excitement, wonder and inspiration of the moon landings and space

exploration. While special screenings and workshops mark the Titanic Centenary and Charles Dickens’ Bicentennial respectively. The education programme also takes a digital journey through the peace process from its earliest days to the recent historic meeting and handshake between The Queen and Sinn Fein’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness. The London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games celebrated the best of human achievement and endeavour. The success of the games inspired millions of people around the world, and provided a lasting legacy for future generations. The example of the London 2012 Olympics serves as an inspiration for our own city as we move towards hosting the City Of Culture 2013. The festival education programme

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uses film screenings and workshops to explore the power of sport to both inspire and to cross boundaries through shared goals and aspirations. The festival is passionate about discovering and nurturing young filmmakers and, to support this, introduced the CCEA Moving Image Arts (MIA) Student Awards. Sponsored by Derry City Crystal, the Foyle Film Festival presents the unique awards annually to students at the Festival in Derry/ Londonderry, and also at the Cinemagic Festival in Belfast. Over the last 25 years the Foyle Film Festival has become renowned for attracting top industry professional to the city. Past guests have included high profile names such as: Brendan Gleeson, Julie Christie, Neil Jordan, Wim Wenders, Kenneth Branagh, Christiane Kubrick, Andrew Eaton, Roddy Doyle, Stephen Frears, Jimmy McGovern - to name but a few.

In 1999 the Foyle Film Festival became an Oscar® affiliated festival - one of only a handful of such events to enjoy this honour. As a result, recipients of the festival’s Light In Motion (LIM) Film Awards, in the categories of Best Short Film and Best Animated Short Film, qualify for consideration in the Short Films category of the Annual Academy Awards®. This year’s festival education programme also showcases the Nerve Centre’s most recent innovative project Fab Lab. A Fab Lab is a fully kitted, high tech fabrication laboratory in which practically anything can be designed and prototyped, using state of the art machines. The Fab Lab gives everyone in the community from small children through to entrepreneurs and businesses, the capability to turn their ideas and concepts into reality. The Foyle Film Festival is offering schools a unique opportunity to engage

with Fab Lab through a series of innovative workshops that can be used to stimulate creativity and help children to realise their full potential. The Foyle Film Festival is the flagship project of the Nerve Centre. The Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre spearheading a diverse range of arts events, cutting edge projects, training opportunities, state-of-theart production facilities, and Creative Learning Centres in Derry~Londonderry and Belfast.

Screen and Derry City Council. In 2012 the Foyle Film Festival celebrates a MILESTONE 25th year by planning for and looking towards the future. Bernie McLaughlin Foyle Film Festival Director & Programmer

The festival acknowledges the talent, expertise, and dedication, of the management and staff of the Nerve Centre as a driving force behind the development and enduring success of the Foyle Film Festival. The festival acknowledges the support of it’s main funders Northern Ireland

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PRIMARY PROGRAMME

PIXAR

RETROSPECTIVE

With Pixar, Steve Jobs changed the film industry forever. Until the Apple founder came along and rescued LucasFilms’ fledgling computer graphics division, animation in Hollywood was a dying art. There’s never been a movie studio with an unbroken streak of hit movies like Pixar. From the original TOY STORY to FINDING NEMO to Cars, RATATOUILLE, and TOY STORY 3, the animation wizards at Pixar have won over the industry, forcing Hollywood to change how it makes films. Now people expect great computer-animated films. And it never would have happened without Steve Jobs. Apple’s late leader leaves behind a vibrant legacy of pioneering efforts in the fields of high tech and entertainment, from the Mac, iPhone, iPad to Pixar. To mark this MILESTONE, the 25th Foyle Film Festival pays tribute to Steve Jobs with a special PIXAR RETROSPECTIVE. The retrospective features special screenings in the Brunswick Moviebowl of the animated classics: TOY STORY 3, WALL-E, THE INCREDIBLES, and A BUG’S LIFE.

MON 19 NOV |10AM

TOY STORY 3

Disney Digital 3D™ VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/WAU THEMES GROWING UP/ACCEPTING CHANGE/MAKING NEW FRIENDS/ LOYALTY

The creators of the beloved Toy Story films reopen the toy box and bring moviegoers back to the delightful world of our favourite gang of toy characters in TOY STORY 3. As Andy prepares © Disney/Pixar

to go off to college, Buzz, Woody and the rest of his loyal toys are troubled about their uncertain future. TOY STORY 3 is a comical adventure in Disney Digital 3D that lands the toys in a room full of untamed tots who can’t wait to get their sticky little fingers on these “new” toys. It’s full-scale pandemonium as they try to stay together, ensuring “no toy gets left behind.” Meanwhile, Barbie comes face to plastic face with Ken (yes, that Ken).

“This is one of those films that goes straight for your heart - and warms it.”

Jason Korsner, UK Screen

WALL-E VENUE

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“It’s a landmark in modern moviemaking that lifts you up on waves of humor, heartbreak and ravishing romance. Want proof that animation can be an art form? It’s all there in the groundbreaking WALL-E.”

FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES RECYCLING/SAVING THE PLANET/ FRIENDSHIP

Seven centuries have passed and humans are history. Overpopulation and mass consumerism have literally buried the planet in waste, forcing humans to flee by spaceship and delegate robots to clear up the mess. The monumental task of clearing it all up has fallen to the logical evolution of the micro chipped wheelie-bin: a little robot named Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class, or Wall-E for short. ET Linescreen K 1-SHE • 175 SCHAW • Four Color Full Bleed

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“It hits every button from laughter to tears and lifts you up on waves of visual dazzlement…And the way the Pixar wizards re-create a sense of childhood wonder is… near genius.”

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“Funny, affecting and dramatically fearless, it’s as fine a threequel as you could hope for. Bring tissues - lots of tissues.” Neil Smith, Total Film

USA.2010. DIRECTOR: LEE UNKRICH. CAST: TOM HANKS, TIM ALLEN, JOAN CUSACK, MICHAEL KEATON, TIMOTHY DALTON, WHOOPI GOLDBERG. DURATION: 1HR.43MINS. CERT: U DISTRIBUTOR: DISNEY/PIXAR

USA.2008. DIRECTOR: ANDREW STANTON. CAST: BEN BURTT, ELISSA KNIGHT, FRED WILLARD, SIGOURNEY WEAVER. DURATION: 1HR.43MINS. CERT: U DISTRIBUTOR: DISNEY/PIXAR

The film’s apocalyptic vision of a world rendered uninhabitable by mankind’s rapacious materialism has been interpreted as An Inconvenient

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© Disney/Pixar

Like so many things in THE INCREDIBLES, no matter how fantastic they get, the more they remain like every other dysfunctional family. They love each other and aggravate each other in equal measure. This is the heart of the story - and there is no moment in the movie where we’re ever in doubt of it. The best CG animated caricature of humans to this point. Double Oscar® winner. © Disney/Pixar

WED 21 NOV |10AM

THE INCREDIBLES VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE/KEY STAGES 1&2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES FAMILY/RELATIONSHIPS RESPONSIBILITY/HELPING OTHERS

THE INCREDIBLES is a riveting entertainment, with danger, excitement, intensity, and (gasp!) a body count, torture and explosions well into double figures. This is a U-rated family feature with a pleasant bite. The Parrs are no average family: they are a family with superhero gifts. Unfortunately, they and their superhero compatriots have been ostracised, due to a cheerfully satirised lawsuit culture, and are hidden from the populace by MiB figures, who relocate them time after time when their powers are detected.

“Pixar’s incredible Incredibles movie is… a story that’s really about the importance of family and what yours can accomplish if you stick together. It’s also about being unafraid to stand out, a movie about the importance of actually achieving and being rewarded for it.” CinemaBlend.com

“The best film of 2004 - and the best superhero movie ever.” Scott Macdonald, Eye For Film

“Grown-ups are likely to be surprised by how smart the movie is, and how sneakily perceptive.” Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

“A Pixar masterpiece.”

Jamie Russell, Total Film USA.2004. DIRECTOR: BRAD BIRD. CAST: CRAIG T. NELSON, SAMUEL L. JACKSON, HOLLY HUNTER. DURATION: 1HR.55MINS. CERT: U DISTRIBUTOR: DISNEY/PIXAR

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© Disney/Pixar

THUR 22 NOV |10AM

A BUG’S LIFE VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL SUITABLE FOR

FOUNDATION STAGE/KEY STAGES 1&2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES NATURE/THE ENVIRONMENT HELPING OTHERS

An ant colony spends its days gathering food for the grasshoppers who provide protection. When an accident prone ant named Flik accidentally sabotages the offering and the evil grasshopper leader threatens to kill the colony if they do not have double the food by the end of summer, Flik sets out on a mission to find heroic ants to protect his kind from the grasshoppers. Instead of heroes he comes back with a band of misfit circus performers who endear themselves to the ants and come up with a crazy plan to rid the colony of the grasshoppers.

“One of the great movies - a triumph of storytelling

and character development, and a whole new ballgame for computer animation.”

Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle

USA.1998. DIRECTOR(S): JOHN LASSETER, ANDREW STANTON. CAST: KEVIN SPACEY, DAVE FOLEY, PHYLLIS DILLER, DAVID HYDE PIERCE, RODDY MCDOWALL. DURATION: 1HR.35MINS. CERT: U DISTRIBUTOR: DISNEY/PIXAR © Disney

following Tinker (based on the character from J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan books) and her fairy friends who live in the wee land of Pixie Hollow. Upon hearing about the secret of the fairy wings, Tinker Bell joins Periwinkle on a journey into the Winter Woods in search of the legend. USA.2012. DIRECTOR: TOM ROGERS. CAST: MAE WHITMAN, LUCY LIU, RAVENSYMONÉ, LUCY HALE, MEGAN HILTY, TIMOTHY DALTON, ANJELICA HUSTON. DURATION: 1HR.32MINS. CERT: U DISTRIBUTOR: DISNEY

FRI 23 NOV |10AM

TINKER BELL TUE 27 NOV|10AM AND THE SECRET ERNEST & OF THE WINGS CELESTINE Disney Digital 3D™ VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES

(Ernest et Célestine)

IRISH PREMIERE VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGES 2 & 3 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES

FRIENDSHIP/ADVENTURE

FRIENDSHIP/EMBRACING CHANGE/

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MAKING NEW FRIENDS/OVERCOMING

Two Worlds. One Magical Secret Disney’s fourth CGanimated Tinker Bell movie,

twain shall meet. That’s just the way it is. This delicate balance between the species is blown wide apart when Ernest, a large, solitary and rather grumpy bear meets Célestine, a wide-eyed orphan mouse who previously never believed that big bears even existed. Eventually he welcomes her into his home. Despite the company and support that they give one another, and against all odds, this is a friendship that flies in the face of the established order of things. Before long the mice and bear authorities, fearing the change that they are confronted with, are forced to work together to address the problem presented by our two heroes. This exceptional film brings life to Gabrielle Vincent’s enchanting characters and her beautifully drawn animal world. Recipient of the SACD Prize (Directors’ Fortnight) - Special Mention at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. FRANCE/BELGIUM/LUXEMBURG.2012. DIRECTOR(S): BENJAMIN RENNER, VINCENT PATAR, STÉPHANE AUBIER. CAST: ANNE-MARIE LOOP, DOMINIQUE MAURIN, LAMBERT WILSON. DURATION: 1HR.20MINS. CERT: U. LANGUAGE: FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES DISTRIBUTOR: STUDIOCANAL

FREE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS: The first school to book over 100 places for this screening will receive FREE hardback copies of the book ‘Ernest & Celestine’, on which the film is based, by Gabrielle Vincent.

PREJUDICE

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WORKSHOPS & SPECIAL EVENTS

including; On The Air a mix of stop motion and 2D animation based on the Gerry Anderson (broadcaster) BBC Radio Ulster show. Collaborations with CBBC Newsround for their specials Living with Alcohol and Living with Cancer. Living with Alcohol went on to be awarded a BAFTA. www.flickerpix.com

L U N C H B R E A K: 12.00 - 1.00 pm

THUR 22 NOV 10:30AM - 2:15PM

FLICKERPIX SCREENING & DISCUSSION

MORNING SESSION: 10.30AM-12.00 NOON MACROPOLIS SCREENING & DISCUSSION WITH FILMMAKER JOEL SIMON VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGE 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/WAU THEMES

Macropolis is a six minute animated film from Flickerpix’ Joel Simon, and is the story of two toys that have been discarded from a factory production line because they have impairments. Coming to life, they rebel and chase the factory delivery van in the hope of rejoining their friends. Lost in the unfamiliar, urban big city, they are overwhelmed by the challenge ahead. By reinterpreting the world that now surrounds them, through their unique perspectives, they begin to play with littered everyday objects to find their way back.

FRIENDSHIP/ADVENTURE

Animator Joel Simon will introduce this screening and take part in a Q&A afterwards. To accompany this special event, the Cat and Dog models and other props from the short film will also be on show.

VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGE 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/WAU THEMES EMBRACING CHANGE/MAKING NEW FRIENDS/OVERCOMING PREJUDICE/

EMBRACING CHANGE/MAKING NEW FRIENDS/OVERCOMING PREJUDICE/

AFTERNOON SESSION: 1PM-2.30PM CREATIVE LEARNING CENTRE HANDS-ON WORKSHOP

ABOUT FLICKERPIX: Flickerpix is a complete animation company based in Holywood, Co. Down. It is part of the Waddell Media Group, one of Ireland’s largest and most successful independent production companies. Established in 2003 by creative director Joel Simon, Flickerpix have produced a wide range of projects

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FRIENDSHIP/ADVENTURE

After lunch, pupils will take part in a hands-on workshop in the Nerve Centre’s Creative Learning Centre. This workshop will explore the themes of difference and friendship, which are highlighted in Macropolis. AVAILABLE PLACES: 30

ONE DAY SPECIAL EVENT - SCREENING & WORKSHOP:

CELEBRATING THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES 2012 & THE ABILITY OF SPORT TO INSPIRE & UNITE effectively together, can defeat a more talented group of individuals. It also shows how others from a different culture have skills that can help us all. USA.2005. DIRECTOR: JESSE DYLAN. CAST: WILL FERRELL, ROBERT DUVALL, KATE WALSH, MIKE DITKA, DYLAN MCLAUGHLIN. DURATION: 1HR.35MINS. CERT: 12A

L U N C H B R E A K: 11.45am - 12.15pm AFTERNOON SESSION

TUE 27 NOV | 12:15-2:30 PM

SPORT INSPIRE & UNITE WORKSHOP TUE 27 NOV|10AM

KICKING AND SCREAMING VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGE 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/ WAU/ CITIZENSHIP THEMES PERSEVERENCE/SELF-ESTEEM/TEAMWORK/INSPIRATION/ ACHIEVEMENT/FRIENDSHIP/BELIEVE IN YOURSELF/ STRIVING FOR YOUR DREAMS/PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HUMAN ENDEAVOUR/CULTURAL DIVERSITY

In Kicking And Screaming, a man who has always been on the receiving end of his father’s competitive streak starts acting in exactly the same manner when he takes over the coaching of a football team. The movie demonstrates how overly competitive sports can turn people against each other, and how getting ultra obsessed with a sport can be detrimental to relationships with both family and friends. Kicking And Screaming also shows how a team of underdogs, working

The inspirational legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games continues with this hands on digital workshop. Learners will use Comic Life to develop shared Digital Stories catalyzed by film and inspired by some of the key themes of the Olympics, including team work, dedication, determination and hard work. The workshop has also been designed to highlight how sport can be used to break down barriers and bring people together as a positive force for sharing, team working and co-operation. AVAILABLE PLACES: 30

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SCIENCE, EXPLORATION, CREATIVITY & INNOVATION

COMBINED SCREENING & HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: FLY ME TO THE MOON 3D & INTRODUCTION TO FAB LAB

AFTERNOON SESSION 12:30 - 2:30 PM INTRODUCTION TO FAB LAB VENUE NERVE CENTRE FAB LAB SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGE 2 AREAS OF LEARNING SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING THEMES CREATIVITY / INNOVATION

TUE 27 & WED 28 NOV 10:00 AM

moment when the world was united for this awe-inspiring achievement. The film ends with a live action cameo by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

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Worth taking the trip just to gawp at the sheer beauty of the programmer’s art.” – Tim Evans, Sky Movies HD

FLY ME TO THE MOON 3D NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2 SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGE 2 AREAS OFOF LEARNING AREAS LEARNING:

LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/ WAU THEMES ADVENTURE/SPACE EXPLORATION/HISTORY TEAM SPIRIT/HUMAN ENDEAVOUR/LEGACY

A space adventure of the third kind. In 1969 three astronauts dared to go where no man had gone before the moon. This animated 3D feature film takes the audience on a magical journey into the heart of the action as it recreates this historic milestone. FLY ME TO THE MOON combines the Apollo 11 mission with a whimsical twist involving three tween-aged flies who go along on an incredible space adventure. This enchanting film introduces new generations to space exploration and the historic

“A whimsical family offering about intrepid houseflies who hitch a ride on the Apollo 11 moon, is lifted out of the ordinary by 3-D images that at times are so realistic that audience members reach their hands into the air to try to touch them...” - San Francisco Chronicle BELGIUM/USA.2008. DIRECTOR: BEN STASSEN. CAST: TREVOR GAGNON, PHILIP BOLDEN, DAVID GORE, CHRISTOPHER LLOYD, TIM CURRY, ED BEGLEY JR, BUZZ ALDRIN. DURATION: 1HR.24MINS. CERT: PG

INSPIRATION

A Fab Lab is a fully kitted, high tech fabrication laboratory in which practically anything can be designed and prototyped, using state of the art machines including a 3D printer, laser cutter, CNC router, vinyl cutter and milling machine. If you’re a school and are looking to stimulate creativity and spark innovation, then Fab Lab is the ideal place to start. Fab Lab can help children realise their potential and go beyond the classroom boundaries. The Nerve Centre’s Fab Lab is a partnership with the worldrenowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is one of the first to open in Ireland. It joins a network of similar labs around the world in exploring the possibilities of exciting new fabrication technology. Students will make and personalise their own key rings - specially commissioned for this year’s 25th Foyle Film Festival. AVAILABLE PLACES: 20

L U N C H B R E A K: 11.30am - 12.30pm

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THE FAB LAB IS A PROJECT MANAGED BY THE ASHTON COMMUNITY TRUST, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NERVE CENTRE. THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED BY THE EU’S PEACE III PROGRAMME, MANAGED BY THE SPECIAL EU PROGRAMMES BODY

PRIMARY OUTREACH WORKSHOP PROGRAMME Teachers can book the following full day Hands On Animation Workshops as Outreach Events. Dates for each workshop are outlined below. No need to book buses, or cover for teachers, as the 25th Foyle Film Festival will bring these exciting digital animation workshops right into your classroom. As there are limited workshops available, schools are advised to book early to avoid disappointment. COST: OUTREACH WORKSHOPS £2 / TEACHERS: FREE.

MACROPOLIS 2D DIGITAL ANIMATION WORKSHOP

PIXAR RE-IMAGINED DIGITAL ANIMATION WORKSHOP

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WED 21 & FRI 23 NOV 10AM-2.30PM

TUE 27| WED 28|THUR 29 NOV 10AM-2.30PM

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LANGUAGE & LITERACY/CREATIVE & TECHNICAL SKILLS

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CITIZENSHIP/EMU/WAU/INSPIRATION/LEGACY

THEMES ACCEPTANCE/DIFFERENCE

Taking inspiration from Joel Simon’s animation Macropolis and its key themes of Difference and Acceptance, learners will devote a full day to creating their own 2D animations using Stop Motion techniques. Delivered on Ipad, this workshop will see learners developing storytelling, creative and technical skills as they produce finished pieces of digital animation exploring the world around them. PLACES AVAILABLE: 30

Celebrate the dual legacies of Steve Jobs in animation and hardware production with a full day hands on animation workshop that sees learners taking inspiration from some of Pixar’s classic works and re-imagining them as Ipad Movie Makers. Learners will use I-Movie for Ipad to explore and produce digital animation to investigate some of the recurring themes of these classic films through the eyes of today’s learners. PLACES AVAILABLE: 30

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PRIMARY OUTREACH FILM SCREENING PROGRAMME

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Teachers can book any of the following educational film packages to screen in the classroom on any date and time from Monday 19-Friday 30 November 2012. No need to book buses, or cover for teachers, we will bring the festival right into the classroom. The festival is always inundated with bookings for outreach screening packages every year so please book early to avoid disappointment. Alternatively, we are willing to arrange screenings outside of the advertised festival dates, and normal school hours – for example as part of After School Film Clubs. We try not to refuse any reasonable request. PLEASE NOTE: A minimum booking of 70 places is required for outreach events. COST: Outreach Screening £1 TEACHERS: FREE. Discount given for bookings in excess of 100 places

SPOON & MORE STORIES ABOUT FRIENDSHIP SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGE 1 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES CO-OPERATION/FRIENDSHIP PROBLEM SOLVING

SPOON: Spoon, a usually happy utensil, has a sudden lack of confidence in his abilities. Fork, Knife, and Chopsticks have the popular vote. But do they? A BOY, A DOG AND A FROG: A young boy and his dog spend an afternoon trying to capture a playful frog at a nearby pond. OTTO RUNS FOR PRESIDENT: There is a big school election at the Barkadelphia School. Who will win? Will it be Tiffany, Charles or Otto? BUGS! BUGS! BUGS!: With whimsical verse and brightly colored collage images, everyone s favorite bugs come to life. DURATION: 57mins

THE VALENTINES COLLECTION SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGE 1 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES FRIENDSHIP/SHARING NEW EXPERIENCES

ONE ZILLION VALENTINES: Two enterprising friends, Milton and Marvin, prove that valentines are for everyone. A LETTER TO AMY: The wind spoils Peter’s attempt to mail a special invitation to his special friend Amy. GOGGLES!: Peter and his friend Archie call upon faithful dog Willie to outsmart a gang of tough bullies who want Peter’s goggles. WILFRID GORDON McDONALD PARTRIDGE: In this gentle, moving story about caring and sharing, a small boy helps a friend remember her past by sharing his own special items . WILL I HAVE A FRIEND: On the first day of school Jim worries that he won’t make any friends. Will he meet anyone who feels the same way? DURATION: 1hr.10mins

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HE’S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS…

and MORE STORIES TO CELEBRATE THE ENVIRONMENT SUITABLE FOR FOUNDATION STAGE KEY STAGE 1 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES AN APPRECIATION OF NATURE/THE ENVIRONMENT/ CULTURAL DIVERSITY/MUSIC & STORYTELLING/PROMOTES LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT/PROMOTES APPRECIATION OF SELF & OTHERS

HE S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS: This beloved folk song celebrates the connection between people and nature. COME ON, RAIN!: Tess knows that the only thing that can fix the endless summer heat is

a good, soaking rainstorm. When it finally comes everyone rejoices. GIVING THANKS: A NATIVE AMERICAN GOOD MORNING MESSAGE: This Thanksgiving Address is a message of peace and appreciation of Mother Earth and all her inhabitants. OWL MOON: A young girl and her father take a magical, nighttime walk through the snowy woods in search of the Great Horned Owl. THE TALE OF THE MANDARIN DUCKS: A compassionate couple risks their lives to save a pair of Mandarin ducks. PATRICK: The countryside comes alive with Patrick s fiddle music. A BOY, A DOG AND A FROG: A young boy and his dog spend the afternoon trying to catch a playful frog. DURATION: 1hr

HARRIET TUBMAN SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/WAU THEMES COURAGE/SACRIFICE/COMPASSION/ LEADERSHIP

Harriet Tubman helped hundreds of American slaves escape along the secret route to freedom known as the Underground Railroad. Born a slave herself, she fled from Maryland to freedom in Philadelphia in 1849. For the next 10 years she made repeated secret trips back to Maryland, leading over 300 escaped slaves north to freedom in Canada. Her success at shepherding others to safety earned her the nickname “the Moses of her People” and made her a lasting symbol of the American antislavery movement. DURATION: 45mins

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Inspiring Animated Heroes:

ABRAHAM LINCOLN SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES COURAGE/LEADERSHIP/HONESTY/ FAITH/FRIENDSHIP

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, and is best remembered for leading the Union through the Civil War and freeing Confederate slaves with the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation; for delivering the Gettysburg Address, the most famous oration in American history, on 19 November 1863; and for his tragic assassination by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C. in April 1865. DURATION: 45mins

SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES COURAGE/DEDICATION PATIENCE & PERSEVERANCE

Helen Keller was, for a time, the most famous handicapped person in the world. A severe fever at age 19 months left her blind and deaf and barely able to communicate. At age six Keller met Anne Sullivan, the tutor who taught Keller the alphabet and thereby opened up the world to her. Keller became an excellent student and eventually attended Radcliffe College. While at Radcliffe she wrote an autobiography, The Story of My Life (1902), which made her famous. In later life Keller became an activist and lecturer, sometimes in support of the blind and deaf, and sometimes for causes including Socialism and women’s rights. She also founded and promoted the American Foundation for the Blind. During her lifetime Keller was regarded as one of America’s most inspirational figures. DURATION: 45mins

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Inspiring Animated Heroes:

THE WRIGHT BROTHERS SUITABLE FOR KEY STAGES 1 & 2 AREAS OF LEARNING LANGUAGE & LITERACY/PDMU/WAU THEMES ADVENTURE/TRAVEL/COURAGE/ DETERMINATION/ INVENTION & INNOVATION

Brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright built and flew the first airplane in human history. They were engineers and tinkerers who founded the Wright Cycle Company in 1892. Man had always dreamed of flying but we were unsure how we would do it until that faithful period in 1904 when the brothers took flight in their hand crafted dingy airplane controlled by the wind and simple man power. It took many tries and numerous crashes before they finally perfected flight. It was their simple tests and experiences that allowed us to develop ways to travel through the sky with very little strife. DURATION: 30mins

POST-PRIMARY PROGRAMME

THE CHORUS (Les Choristes) VENUE NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 1 RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS

HISTORY/CITIZENSHIP/MODERN LANGUAGE/MUSIC THEMES DISCIPLINE/FRIENDSHIP GROWING UP/ROLE MODELS INSPIRATION

This sentimental story follows the arrival of a new teacher at a remote boys school in 1949 France (the war is a largely unspoken but looming presence). With disciplinary problems rampant, and the policies of the old-fashioned headmaster not helping, Monsieur Mathieu

decides to introduce choral singing as a way to bridge the gap with his students. An uplifting tale about a masterful teacher who put his heart into his work and changed the lives of his students forever. Features a soundtrack of beautiful music. Received 2 Oscar® nominations in 2005.

“Will bring to mind such Dickens’ classics as ‘Oliver’… It is magnificent, enlightening and powerful.” - Richard Propes, The Independent Critic FRANCE/SWITZERLAND/GERMANY: 2004. DIRECTOR: CHRISTOPHE BARRATIER. CAST: GÉRARD JUGNOT, FRANÇOIS BERLÉAND, JEAN-BAPTISTE MAUNIER. DURATION: 1HR.37MINS. CERT: 12A. LANGUAGE: FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

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POST-PRIMARY PROGRAMME

THUR 22 NOV | 10:30 AM

WORKSHOPS & SPECIAL EVENTS MARKING THE CENTENARY OF THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC: SPECIAL SCREENING OF A NIGHT TO REMEMBER FOLLOWED BY A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP

TUE 20 NOV | 10AM

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER BLU-RAY SCREENING VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS

HISTORY/CITIZENSHIP/EMU THEMES HEROISM/REMEMBERANCE

In 1912, the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic sails from Southampton with 2207 passengers on board. They excitedly dine and dance and the sea is incredibly calm. Then a lookout spots

an iceberg looming up directly ahead. The boat steers away, but the submerged part of the berg rips a 300-foot gash under the waterline. The crew realise the vessel will sink in less than three hours. As those on board realise their fate, calm gives way to panic. There is a rush to the lifeboats, but there are not enough for all the passengers... Golden Globe winner.

“A Night to Remember is moving, intensely so, but such a word misses the point. The film animates deep fears, our most primal responses to danger, and unexpected acts of selflessness…Covering all of the

emotional bases (greed, fear, courage and restraint), at heart this is an intensely humanistic film. People, not profits, matter.” – Damian Cannon, Movie Reviews UK

“The story told by A Night to Remember is pretty much how things happened (at least as far as we know).”

- James Berardinelli, Reel Views UK.1958. DIRECTOR: ROY WARD BAKER. CAST: KENNETH MOORE, RONALD ALLEN. DURATION: 2HRS.3MINS. CERT: PG

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L U N C H B R E A K: 12:03 - 1.00 pm

MARKING THE CENTENARY OF THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC: SCREENING FOLLOWED BY A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP EXPLORING THIS MILESTONE EVENT IN WORLD HISTORY

AFTERNOON SESSION TUE 20 NOV | 1PM MILESTONE EVENTS IN WORLD HISTORY: THE TITANIC CREATING A DIGITAL HISTORY BOOK

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NERVE CENTRE CLC

RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4 SUBJECT LINKS HISTORY/CITIZENSHIP/EMU THEMES HEROISM/REMEMBERANCE

‘Shadow Of The Titanic’ was timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the famous luxury ocean liner. It sheds new light on this story by showing how the disaster continued to shape the lives of a cross-section of passengers who escaped the sinking ship. The echoes of that night reverberated through the lives of each of the 705 survivors. Yet little has been written about what happened to them after the tragedy. How FREE RESOURCES FOR did they remember that terrible SCHOOLS: The first school night? How did they cope? to book for this event will receive a FREE copy of Andrew Using archival research and interviews with family members, Wilson’s acclaimed book ‘Shadow Of The Titanic’ and a Wilson offers a unique take on this fascinating story. FREE Titanic Resource Pack. To accompany the screening of A Night To Remember, this two hour workshop will see students facilitated in the creation of a Digital History Book telling the story of the Titanic. Using film clips, archive images and audio, learners will present their versions of the Titanic Story and develop a hands on engagement with this iconic story.

TITANIC RESOURCE PACK: Participating school will receive this fascinating resource pack containing replica historic items about the Titanic. It will be of great educational benefit for school history lessons and for anyone with an interest in the topic. The educational pack includes: daily graphic newspaper, advertising flyers, sheet music, dinner menus, passenger booklet, assorted paperwork, distress telegram, plus miscellaneous images and cards.

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SCIENCE, EXPLORATION, CREATIVITY & INNOVATION COMBINED SCREENING & HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: DINOTASIA & INTRODUCTION TO FAB LAB

WED 21 & FRI 23 NOV 10AM - 11:30 AM

DINOTASIA BLU-RAY SCREENING VENUE

NERVE CENTRE CINEMA 2 RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS NATURAL HISTORY/SCIENCE THEMES ADVENTURE/DISCOVERY/AMBITION

One of our favorite natural history subjects, the good old dinosaur, gets a makeover in this fantastically ambitious and groundbreaking documentary. Based on cutting-edge paleontology and the latest fossil records, see Dinosaurs as you’ve never seen them before in this exciting new film that combines cutting-edge effects and extraordinary scientific discoveries to breathe new life into these legendary beasts. Against stunning backdrops that span Jurassic times through to the Ice Age, the film presents some familiar

faces as well as some new discoveries from the past ten years; including the biggest plant-eaters that ever walked the Earth, it is an unmissable experience for both young and old. Narrated by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog (Encounters at the End of the World, Cave of Forgotten Dreams), Dinotasia is fantastic journey to an ancient and mysterious world, all ruled over by the mighty Dinosaur. The film uses CGI to bring the stories to life, but draws on animation’s birth in silent film and early Disney to create proper, traditional visual storytelling.

L U N C H B R E A K: 11.30am - 12.30 pm

WED 21 FRI 23 NOV 12:30 - 2:30 PM

INTRODUCTION TO FAB LAB VENUE NERVE CENTRE FAB LAB RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY/ENGINEERING/

Reviews praised the film’s educational content for ‘’offering viewers a taste of life on a prehistoric planet.’’ - Variety USA.2012. DIRECTOR(S): DAVID KRENTZ & ERIK NELSON. CAST: DURATION: 1HR.23MINS. CERT: PG

LEARNING FOR LIFE & WORK THEMES CREATIVITY/INNOVATION

A Fab Lab is a fully kitted, high tech fabrication laboratory in which practically anything can be designed and prototyped, using state of the art machines including a 3D printer, laser cutter, CNC router, vinyl cutter and milling machine. The Fab Lab gives everyone in the

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community from small children through to entrepreneurs and businesses, the capability to turn their ideas and concepts into reality. If you’re a school and are looking to stimulate creativity and spark innovation, then Fab Lab is the ideal place to start. Fab Lab can help children realise their potential and go beyond the classroom boundaries.

THUR 22 NOV 10AM - 2:30 PM

The Nerve Centre’s Fab Lab is a partnership with the worldrenowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is one of the first to open in Ireland. It joins a network of similar labs around the world in exploring the possibilities of exciting new fabrication technology. Students will make their own personalised key rings - specially commissioned for this year’s 25th Foyle Film Festival. Students will also have the opportunity to design and fabricate another largescale project (for example creating their own dinosaur) that they can take back into the classroom. PLACES AVAILABLE: 20

THE FAB LAB IS A PROJECT MANAGED BY THE ASHTON COMMUNITY TRUST, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NERVE CENTRE. THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED BY THE EU’S PEACE III PROGRAMME, MANAGED BY THE SPECIAL EU PROGRAMMES BODY

INTRODUCTORY ‘STEREO-3D-IN-ADAY’ WORKSHOP with Neil Richards from THE DIGITAL FILM COMPANY VENUE NERVE CENTRE RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS MIA / TECHNOLOGY LEARNING FOR LIFE & WORK THEMES CREATIVITY/INNOVATION/AMBITION

The 25th Foyle Film Festival has joined forces with The Digital Film Company to provide an introductory workshop in what’s set to be one of the biggest growth areas in TV and film production over the next few years. According to Neil Richards, “Up to now, stereo 3D has been the realm of big budget feature films and blue-chip TV productions, but all that is changing with the move

to internet delivery and widespread use of mobile platforms for viewing. The demand for 3D content looks set to explode now that 3D TVs cost no more than conventional sets and “glasses-free” tablets, laptops and computers are becoming widespread. The technology is changing at the production and post-production end too, with the arrival of inexpensive 3D cameras, rigs, and stereoscopic software editing now possible on Mac and PC computers. Production costs have fallen as equipment becomes cheaper and experience has been gained within the industry.” This introductory 3D workshop covers basic stereo 3D principles, terminology and human physiological constraints leading to an explanation of the factors that produce good and bad 3D viewing experiences. Stereo 3D technology, standards, cameras, displays and 3D cinema are then explained. Emphasis in the last half of the workshop is on handson filming with the footage reviewed live on 3D TVs. AVAILABLE PLACES: 30

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understanding of the person she is inside, rather than the useless “carcass” she may appear on the outside. Elsie makes a silent but heartfelt plea for her carers to “look closer...see...me”.

THUR 22 NOV 10:30 - 11:30AM

RESPECT FOR THE ELDERLY:

CHAMPIONING PERSON CENTERED CARE WITH AMANDA WARING SPECIAL EVENT - SCREENING & DISCUSSION: WHAT DO YOU SEE with Introduction by Amanda Waring, followed by Discussion and Q&A. VENUE NERVE CENTRE RELEVANCE KEY STAGE 4 (YEAR 12), & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS LEARNING FOR LIFE & WORK CITIZENSHIP THEMES RESPECT FOR THE ELDERLY/ COMPASSION & UNDERSTANDING/ EMPATHY/PREJUDICE/ISOLATION/ LONELINESS/ RELATIONSHIPS

WHAT DO YOU SEE? Starring Virginia McKenna, this powerful ten minute short film takes a journey through a day in the life of stroke victim Elsie. Elsie craves compassion and

What Do You See? has been acknowledged as one of the most valuable tools to highlight dignity and respect for the elderly. The film has been used around the world to re-enforce person centered care and the expectation of treating others as you would wish to be treated no matter what age, race, colour, creed or disability. The film was made by Amanda Waring when her mother, the acclaimed actress Dame Dorothy Tutin, was being treated for leukaemia and Amanda witnessed the devastating effect that the lack of compassionate care had on her mind, body, and spirit. This heart wrenching experience drove Amanda to not only move and campaign for her mother to ensure her end of life care was full of the compassion, respect and dignity that she deserved, but compelled her to want to help others too. It was with this sheer emotive determination that she went on to produce what is now renowned worldwide as the best training film for care providers. The creation of the award winning film What Do You See? has since paved the way for a series of further films produced by Amanda, with endorsements from The Royal College of Nursing and many other institutes and societies, for use with staff training.

WED 28 NOV | 10AM

EDWARD SCISSORHANDS BLU-RAY SCREENING

VENUE

NERVE CENTRE VENUE/TOWER HOTEL

RELEVANCE AS, A2, KEY STAGE 4 & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS MOVING IMAGE ARTS/CITIZENSHIP/ ENGLISH THEMES UNDERSTANDING & ACCEPTING DIFFERENCE/PREJUDICE/ ISOLATION/ EMPATHY/LONELINESS/RELATIONSHIPS

Film-maker and lecturer Carol Murphy will provide a special introduction to this screening, and take part in a Q&A afterwards. Edward Scissorhands tells the story of Edward; a boy discovered living alone in a dark mansion on the top of

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a mountain. Edward is the creation of an elderly inventor who dies before he can replace Edward’s scissorhands with conventional hands. The nurturing Peg is protective of Edward and invites him to come live with her family. One of the film’s jokes is that Peg’s job as an Avon lady makes her an outsider like Edward. Although her life on the surface resembles the rest of the town’s, she is the one who embraces Edward and accepts his difference. The world in which Edward finds himself is a model of dull conformity and although he is initially accepted by the community, as an entertaining oddball, they cruelly reject him when things go wrong. Edward’s experience mirrors director Tim Burton’s own struggle to survive the bland, conformist world of his youth. Burton felt isolated and misunderstood, and Edward emerged as a character: “who wants to touch but can’t, who was both creative and destructive… It was the feeling that your image and how people perceive you are at odds with what is inside you.” - Tim Burton

“Depp artfully expresses the fierce longing in gentle Edward; it’s a terrific performance… Edward Scissorhands isn’t perfect. It’s something better: pure magic.” - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone USA.1990. DIRECTOR: TIM BURTON. CAST: JOHNNY DEPP, WINONA RYDER, DIANNE WIEST. DURATION: 1HR.45MINS. CERT: 12

WED 28 NOV 12:30 - 2:30PM

creativity and digital literacy through the production of their own films and animations.

FOYLE FILM FESTIVAL CITY OF DERRY CRYSTAL AWARDS FOR CCEA MOVING IMAGE ARTS 2012

The festival is delighted to once again celebrate and highlight the talent, imagination, and creativity of the MIA students by awarding the beautiful City of Derry Crystal Awards for the best films of the year. The 2012 event will also showcase a competitive GCSE entry for the first time since the introduction of the new course in 2009.

The 25th Foyle Film Festival continues its support for the annual CCEA showcase of the best short films from Moving Image Arts students. The Foyle Film Festival established this unique award a number of years ago with the support and sponsorship of Michael Bond from City of Derry Crystal, and this annual event has gone from strength to strength. The Foyle Film Festival presents these unique awards to students during the annual Festival in Derry/Londonderry, and also during the Cinemagic Festival in Belfast.

It is with a great deal of pride and pleasure that the Foyle Film Festival provides a platform for the work of these budding young filmmakers from all over Northern Ireland. The festival hopes to be accepting the work of MIA students into the Light In Motion (LIM) Competition which is Oscar affiliated - in the not too distant future.

CCEA’s Moving Image Arts is a modern and dynamic GCSE and A-Level subject that gives students the opportunity to explore and develop their

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CELEBRATING CHARLES DICKENS’ BICENTENNIAL 2012

TUE 27 NOV|10AM MON 26 NOV | 10AM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL RELEVANCE AS, A2, KEY STAGE 4 & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS

CITIZENSHIP/ENGLISH LANGUAGE/ ENGLISH LITERATURE THEMES SOCIAL JUSTICE/LOVE & LOSS/GROWING UP

Based on the Charles Dickens classic. Orphan Pip rises from humble circumstances thanks to a mysterious benefactor. Moving through London’s class-conscious world as a gentleman, Pip uses his new status to pursue Estella, a beautiful, heartless heiress he has always loved. The shocking truth behind his fortune will have devastating consequences to everyone he cares about. Directed by Mike Newell and scripted by ‘One Day’ author David Nicholls, the film features Helena Bonham Carter as Miss

Havisham and Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch. Of his new take on a classic tale, Newell explains “I’ve tried to make a film that is true to the theatrical vividness, energetic characters and high colour that (Dickens) is loved for.” Nicholls revealed last year that he had written a new ending for his “thriller” version of the film. “Dickens came up with two endings - one which is incredibly bleak and one which is unrealistically romantic and sentimental,” he said last November. “Neither are quite satisfactory and we’ve come up with an ending that is somewhere in between.” He also said the film would give a glimpse of Miss Havisham’s wedding, an event that has not been seen in previous movie versions. UK/USA.2012. DIRECTOR: MIKE NEWELL. CAST: RALPH FIENNES, HELENA BONHAM CARTER, JASON FLEMYNG, ROBBIE COLTRANE, HOLLIDAY GRAINGER, JEREMY IRVINE, DAVID WALLIAMS, TAMZIN OUTHWAITE. DURATION: 2HRS.9MINS. CERT: 12A DISTRIBUTOR: LIONSGATE FREE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS: THE FIRST SCHOOL TO BOOK IN EXCESS OF 100 PLACES FOR THIS SCREENING WILL RECEIVE FREE COPIES OF THE DICKENS’ CLASSIC NOVEL ‘GREAT EXPECTATIONS’.

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ERNEST & CELESTINE (Ernest et Célestine)

IRISH PREMIERE VENUE BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 2 & 3 SUBJECT LINKS LANGUAGE & LITERACY PDMU/WAU THEMES FRIENDSHIP/EMBRACING CHANGE/ MAKING NEW FRIENDS/OVERCOMING PREJUDICE

Full details of this movie are on page 7 of Primary Section. FRANCE/BELGIUM/LUXEMBURG.2012. DIRECTOR(S): BENJAMIN RENNER, VINCENT PATAR, STÉPHANE AUBIER. CAST: ANNE-MARIE LOOP, DOMINIQUE MAURIN, LAMBERT WILSON. DURATION: 1HR.20MINS. CERT: U. LANGUAGE: FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES FREE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS: THE FIRST SCHOOL TO BOOK OVER 100 PLACES FOR THIS SCREENING WILL RECEIVE FREE HARDBACK COPIES OF THE BOOK ‘ERNEST & CELESTINE’, ON WHICH THE FILM IS BASED, BY GABRIELLE VINCENT.

FRI 30 NOV | 10AM

PRIVATE PEACEFUL VENUE

BRUNSWICK MOVIEBOWL RELEVANCE KEY STAGE 3 (YEARS 9&10) KEY STAGE 4 & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS HISTORY/ENGLISH/LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP/EMU THEMES FAMILY LOYALTY/RELATIONSHIPS/ LOVE/WAR & PEACE/ CHILDHOOD MEMORIES/ADOLESCENCE HEROISM

This educational screening will include a special introduction by one of the cast members. Based on the former Children’s Laureate Michael Morpurgo’s book of the same name, Private Peaceful is the story

of the unbreakable bond between two brothers from their childhood in rual Devon to the battlefields of the First World War. When young Tommo Peaceful volunteers to fight, his protective older brother Charlie follows him to Flanders. But it is here that both experience the brutal nature of war, far removed from family life and their rivalry for the love of Molly Monks. Private Peaceful is a searingly powerful and emotional story of adolescence, heroism and fierce family loyalties that would never be broken.

“It should be shown and read in book form in classrooms from upper primary onwards. Morpurgo’s great skill is to write hard stuff for children that they can accept as authentic and from which they can draw resilience…

In Morpurgo’s writing, the pity stems from the poetry, something that also has been exceptionally well translated into film here. Take your children (and a box of tissues).” - Katharine Quarmby, The Independent

UK.2012. DIRECTOR: PAT O’CONNOR. CAST: JACK O’CONNELL, RICHARD GRIFFITHS, ALEXANDRA ROACH, FRANCES DE LA TOUR, GEORGE MACKAY, MAXINE PEAKE, JOHN LYNCH. DURATION: 1HR.40MINS. CERT: 12A FREE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS: THE FIRST SCHOOL TO BOOK IN EXCESS OF 100 PLACES FOR THIS SCREENING WILL RECEIVE COPIES OF MICHAEL MORPURGO’S BOOK OF THE SAME NAME THAT INFLUENCED PRIVATE PEACEFUL, AND COPIES OF THE FOLLOWING TITLES BY THE SAME AUTHOR: ‘WAR HORSE’, ‘AN ELEPHANT IN THE GARDEN’ (HARDCOVER), ‘THE AMAZING STORY OF ADOLPHUS TIPS’ (HARDCOVER), & ‘KENSUKE’S KINGDOM’ SCHOOLS ATTENDING WILL ALSO RECEIVE WORK PACKS TO INSPIRE FURTHER STUDY IN THE CLASSROOM.

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FILMCLUB Close Encounters at the 25th Foyle Film Festival MON 19 NOV |10:30 AM

Eddy Joseph FILMCLUB in Northern Ireland is a Northern Ireland Screen extended schools initiative funded by the Department of Culture Arts and Leisure and the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister and is managed by the Nerve Centre and Cinemagic. Currently delivered in 220 schools throughout the province, FILMCLUB is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular after schools activities with over 2,500 students already watching, discussing and reviewing great films every week as part of their own after schools film clubs. PLEASE NOTE: These events are free to FILMCLUB Member schools. To book a place contact Eavan King on 028 71267432 or e-mail: e.king@nervecentre.org

(SOUND EDITOR - CASINO ROYALE, QUANTUM OF SOLACE) VENUE NERVE CENTRE RELEVANCE

TUE 20 NOV | 10:30 AM

Double Negative VISUAL EFFECTS FOR FILM (HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS) VENUE NERVE CENTRE RELEVANCE

KEY STAGE 3 (YEARS 9 & 10), KEY

KEY STAGE 3 (YEARS 9 & 10), KEY

STAGE 4 & SIXTH FORM

Eddy Joseph is a double BAFTA award winning sound editor and designer for film originally hailing from Coleraine. Apart from two BAFTA awards for Pink Floyd’s The Wall and Casino Royale, Eddy has received a further six BAFTA nominations for, The Commitments, Evita, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Cold Mountain, United 93 and Quantum of Solace. Eddy makes a welcome appearance at the 25th Foyle film Festival as part of FILMCLUB’s Close Encounters events for second level students across the North West. Eddy will discuss all aspects of sound design and production using excerpts from Casino Royale throughout this presentation and Q&A session.

STAGE 4 & SIXTH FORM

One of the UK’s most successful visual effects companies - DOUBLE NEGATIVE’s credits include The Pirates!, Harry Potter, The Dark Knight, Atonement, Inception, Iron Man and The Prince of Persia. This one-hour talk and presentation will take students through the visual effects process in film. Excerpts from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows showing the creation of the dragon will be used to illustrate and explain their techniques. This special event is a must for any Moving Image arts students and film lovers to find out how the magic is created on screen. Students will also have an opportunity to find out about careers in the film industry and what it takes to become a visual effects artist.

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POST-PRIMARY OUTREACH PROGRAMME Teachers can book any of the following educational film packages to screen in the classroom on any date and time from Monday 19-Friday 30 November 2012. No need to book buses, or cover for teachers, we will bring the festival right into the classroom. The festival is always inundated with bookings for outreach screening packages every year so please book early to avoid disappointment. Alternatively, we are willing to arrange screenings outside of the advertised festival dates, and normal school hours – for example as part of After School Film Clubs. We try not to refuse any reasonable request. PLEASE NOTE: A minimum booking of 70 places Is required for outreach events. COST: Outreach Screening - £1 Teachers: FREE. Discount given for bookings in excess of 100 places.

material, as well as NASA films and materials that had not been opened in over 30 years. There is Earth, spinning in space, a blue and green paradise ringed with clouds. And there is the moon’s surface, up close and forbidding, with shadowy craters like pockmarks: a place of absolute desolation. OUTREACH PACKAGE 1:

IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON BLU-RAY SCREENING RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS SCIENCE/HISTORY/LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP THEMES SPACE EXPLORATION/ADVENTURE/ INNOVATION/ / COURAGE

“One small step for man... one giant leap for mankind.” Between 1968 and 1972, the world watched in awe each time an American spacecraft voyaged to the Moon. In the Shadow of the Moon brings together for the first, and last time, surviving crew members from every single Apollo mission that flew to the Moon, and allows them to tell their remarkable story in their own words. With the recent passing of Neil Armstrong the man who first stepped foot on the Moon and uttered the immortal words quoted above - this milestone is all the more significant. Beautifully shot, this riveting first-hand testimony is interwoven with visually stunning archive

Only 12 men walked upon the moon’s surface and they remain the only human beings to have stood on another world. Even in the era of shuttles, space stations and ‘tourist’ astronauts that is still a remarkable statistic and milestone, illustrating both how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.

“The most genuinely uplifting experience you’ll have in a cinema.” – Wendy ide, The Times

“Recalls the fierce pride and determination of the Apollo mission astronauts.” - Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times “By focusing on the human experience of the twelve men who actually walked on the surface of another world… has something genuinely fresh to say about the greatest adventure of the twentieth century.” - Celluloid Heroes

UK.2007. DIRECTOR: DAVID SINGTON. CAST: NEIL ARMSTRONG, BUZZ ALDRIN, STEPHEN ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL COLLINS, JOHN F. KENNEDY. DURATION: 1HR.49MINS. CERT: PG

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OUTREACH PACKAGE 2:

PLEASE VOTE FOR ME RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS POLITICAL SYSTEMS/DEMOCRACY HUMAN RIGHTS/EMU/LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP THEMES TEAM WORK/COMMUNICATING IDEAS/PEER PRESSURE CAMPAIGNING

An experiment in democracy is taking place in Wuhan, the most populous city in central China. For the first time ever, the students in grade three at Evergreen Primary School in Wuhan, China have been asked to elect a class monitor. Traditionally appointed by the teacher, the class monitor holds a powerful position, helping to control the students, keeping them on task and doling out punishment to those who disobey. The teacher has chosen three candidates: Luo Lei (a boy), the current class monitor; Cheng Cheng (a boy); and Xu Xiaofei (a girl). Each candidate is asked to choose two assistants to help with his or her campaign.

For all three children, the campaign takes its toll, especially for the losing candidates and their assistants. Viewers are left to decide if the experiment in democracy has been “successful” and what it might mean for democracy education in China. Please Vote For Me challenges those committed to China’s democratisation to consider the feasibility of, and processes involved in, its implementation.

“I highly recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the future of democracy in China, or wants to have a better understanding of what it is like to grow up in China. I would also recommend this to teachers who want to show their students life in China, as it would provide material for dozens of discussions.” - Seeing Red In China

SOUTH AFRICA/DENMARK.2007. DIRECTOR: WEIJUN CHEN. CAST: XU XAIOFEI, CHENG CHENG, LUO LEI. DURATION: 58MINS. CERT: PG. LANGUAGE: MANDARIN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

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It’s Dublin 1979 and life is about to change for 13-year-old Maeve who’s trying to make sense of everything all at once - bodies, boys, friendships and family. Her best mates, Ruth, Claire and Orla, are more experienced in the ways of the world. They wear bras already (except Claire the feminist) and they’ve all had boyfriends, except for Maeve. When Maeve

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RELEVANCE

KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM SUBJECT LINKS LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP/EMU THEMES ALTRUISM/CHARITY/INSPIRATION/

attracts the attention of local heartthrob Brian, she abandons her girlfriends just when they need her most. Snubbed by her mates and in serious trouble at home, Maeve is forced to learn some hard lessons about what’s really important in life.

“Utterly charming coming-of-age drama.”

– The Irish Times

“It’s brilliant.”

– Ian Dempsey, Today FM

“Excellent.”

– Irish Independent

“Sweet and funny.”

– RTE Guide

IRELAND.2007. DIRECTOR: MARIAN QUINN. CAST: AILISH MCCARTHY, SOPHIE JO WASSON, ORLA LONG, RIONA SMITH, AIDAN QUINN, ORLA BRADY. DURATION: 1HR.28MINS. CERT: 15

LEGACY

When Hilde Back sponsored a young, rural Kenyan student, she thought nothing of it. She certainly never expected to hear from him, but years later she does. Now a Harvard graduate and a Human Rights Lawyer for the United Nations, Chris Mburu decides to find the stranger that changed his life. Inspired by her generosity, he starts a scholarship program of his own and names it for his former benefactor. The top students in Mukubu primary school are in the exact same situation as Chris once was. They are bright, but can’t afford to pay school fees. With the creation of Chris’ fund, these students have new hope. But the program is small;

how many will qualify for a scholarship? Using a strong narrative, the film interweaves seemingly separate lives into a cohesive whole. With clarity and grace this inspiring documentary bears witness to the ripple effect a single action can create, and demonstrates that a small act can change the world.

“Jennifer Arnold’s heartwarming doc highlights the power of charity.” - Kevin Harley, Total Film

“Even the tiniest actions can change entire lives.” - Neil Genzlinger, New York Times

USA.2010. DIRECTOR: JENNIFER ARNOLD. CAST: CHRIS MBURU, HILDE BACK. DURATION: 1HR.28MINS. CERT: 12

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TEACHING DIVIDED HISTORIES Teaching Divided Histories is supported by the European Union’s PEACE III Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

The Nerve Centre’s Teaching Divided Histories project uses film and digital media to explore areas of contentious history in Northern Ireland and internationally. One element of the project focuses on the outbreak of the recent conflict here.

THUR 22 NOV|6:30PM

THUR 22 NOV | 5PM

THE ENIGMA OF FRANK RYAN VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC

A sympathetic but searching portrait of Frand Ryan (19021944), IRA activist in Ireland, International Brigade Volunteer in Spain and Nazi collaborator in Berlin. Ryan enters a Faustian pact with a Nazi regime he believes will assist in forging a united Ireland. His collaboration is justified by the republican motto: “My enemy’s enemy is my friend.” But the former radical and internationalist pays a heavy price for this pact. The film

raises important questions about the collaboration between the IRA and the Nazis in World War II. It opens up a long suppressed debate about Irish neutrality in that war. Drawing upon Ryan’s correspondence and using a rich mix of period archive combined with live action – with a striking portrayal of Frank Ryan by Dara Devaney - the film makers tell a story of tragic proportions and probes the enigma that was Frank Ryan. The screening will be introduced by the Director Desmond Bell and followed by a Panel Discussion.

SCREENING DIVIDED HISTORIES RELEVANCE KEY STAGES 3 & 4, & SIXTH FORM

SUBJECT LINKS POLITICS / HISTORY

To follow the screening of The Enigma Of Frank Ryan, the Nerve Centre’s Teaching Divided Histories Project will present a panel discussion including filmmaker Des Bell and Historian Fearghal McGarry from Queens University Belfast. The Panel will be chaired by the Nerve Centre’s Director of Education John Peto.

IRELAND.2012. DIRECTOR: DESMOND BELL. DURATION: 1HR.30MINS

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around the key issues and arguments of the late 1960’s.

FRI 30 NOV| 2PM

A DIGITAL JOURNEY THROUGH CIVIL RIGHTS IN NORTHERN IRELAND

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RELEVANCE KEY STAGE 3 SUBJECT LINKS HISTORY/POLITICS/CITIZENSHIP EMU

Participants will view extracts of landmark broadcast documentaries exploring the Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland and the outbreak of the conflict in the late 1960’s. Following the screenings, participants will take part in a two-hour hands on digital workshop which will see them working with archive footage, enhancing and re-versioning it with their own insights and perspectives

A TELEVISUAL TOUR OF THE PEACE PROCESS VENUE NERVE CENTRE CLC RELEVANCE KEY STAGE 3

Ireland. As the BBC’s Ireland correspondent throughout the period, until his retirement in 2008, Murray reported on all of the pivotal moments on the path to an agreed settlement here. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Foyle Film Festival, Denis Murray, will take us on a TV tour of the Peace Process, presenting iconic moments of the process and giving an insight into the stories behind the stories as we saw them presented on the news. Through this tour we will get an insight into the challenges and realities of reporting contentious history as it happens in the age of 24hour news.

SUBJECT LINKS HISTORY/POLITICS/ CITIZENSHIP/EMU

ALL TEACHING DIVIDED HISTORIES EVENTS ARE FREE

For many viewers, Denis Murray was the face of the Peace Process in

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TEACHING DIVIDED HISTORIES Dates & Venue for these events still to be confirmed. However, if you would like to be kept updated please contact Emma McDermott @ 028 71260562 or Email: e.mcdermott@ nervecentre.org. Website: www.nervecentre.org/ education/teaching-dividedhistories

BROKEN LIGHTS OF YUGOSLAVIA EXHIBITION

2012 is the 21st Anniversary of the Croatian war of Independence and the 20th Anniversary of the Bosnian War of Independence. To mark these milestones the 25th Foyle Film Festival, in association with the Open the Shutters and Teaching Divided Histories projects, is delighted to present an exhibition of landmark images from these conflicts by acclaimed Argentinean photographer Emmanuel Ortiz. BROKEN LIGHTS OF YUGOSLAVIA contains over 100 images of the Balkan conflicts and charts the violence and horror of these recent events, as well as the enduring triumph of

the human spirit of survival. The images are presented by War Photo, a Dubrovnik based gallery of conflict imagery, at Foyle Film Festival, as part of the Open the Shutters project. Open the Shutters is a Nerve Centre project for Culture Company 2013 which explores ways in which conflict and conflicted spaces have been portrayed both here and internationally, and provides opportunities for learning and education around conflict in Northern Ireland, Croatia and Berlin.

SPECIAL TALK BY WADE GODDARD: Conflict Photographer and War Photo founder Wade Goddard will present his illustrated journey from growing up in New Zealand to a life changing visit to Croatia in 1992 which has catalyzed a deep engagement with the craft, ethics and purpose of visually documenting conflict and led to the establishment of War Photo as a centre for conflict imagery internationally.

SPECIAL TALK BY MARK McCAULEY: BBC news cameraman Mark McCauley will guide participants through his personal experience of the Balkan Conflict, giving an illustrated insight to his role on the ground throughout the Siege of Sarajevo and the wider war. Mark will discuss the practical realities of living and working as cameraman inside a war zone, as well as giving real insight into the ethical and creative context of his work.

WAR PHOTOGRAPHER

War Photographer follows award-winning photographer James Nachtwey as he travels the the world documenting the devastation caused by war, famine and poverty. War Photographer shows video clips from those places, and many of Mr. Nachtwey’s memorable pictures. DIRECTOR: CHRISTIAN FREI. DURATION: 1HR.36MINS

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25th Foyle Film Festival Education Programme