Clubhouse Members prepare for Belfast Film Festival Showcase

March 2010

The Belfast Computer Clubhouse was a 2009 recipient of the Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Program and the latest Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) software for use in music and film production, animation and graphic design. Find out more about the Adobe Youth Voices Program (View Link)

The AYV Program aims to encourage participants to 'Create with Purpose', and speak about issues important to them in their own creative language. Clubhouse Coordinator Geraldine Cunningham-Carmichael will showcase BCCH Adobe Youth Voices projects alongside other AYV Clubhouses at this year’s annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Clubhouse members showcase films as part of the Belfast Film Festival 2010

As part of the Belfast Film Festival 2010 clubhouse members will showcase two short films at the Spectrum Centre on the Shankill Road on Thursday 22nd April. To find out more about the Belfast Film Festival (View Link)

BOOM! BOOM! BLAST!

This seemingly carefree social commentary highlights the exuberance of youth through superhero characters with a social conscience who use their super powers to positively change the lives of others.

WHO CARES?

"Why would anyone care what we have to say?"

This short film gives and honest representation of real life issues facing teenagers living in interface areas in Belfast. Clubhouse members from Loughshore Educational Resource Centre and Lagan Valley Resource Centre have taken part in a virtual cross community exchange, and in their own way, have created a thought provoking piece of film.

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Helping Young People 'Create With Purpose'

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Amanda Beth Christopher Gareth Jeanette

For more information about Adobe Youth Voices visit

http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/philanthropy/youthvoices/