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This year's Young People: 16-25 years programme includes:
FOG IN AUGUST
13th May / 10.30am / Cineworld / Ages 15+
Based on Robert Domes' 2008 eponymous historical novel, Fog In August centres on the authentic life story of 13-year-old Ernst Lossa who was committed to a mental hospital in Sargau Bavaria in 1942 because of his origins in a family of travellers.
THE VALLEY OF THE WOLVES
13th May / 11.00am / Cineworld / Ages 12+
This documentary by and about Jean-Michel Bertrand's passionate two-year quest to find wolves in the mountains and valleys of the French Alps is captivating, hypnotic and awe inspiring.
13th May / 1.00pm / Cineworld / Ages 15+
The story of a child's adventure. It's a story of children who feel safer in the streets than at home, about children seeking out sturdy lifeboats that cross between the world of fantasy and the harsh reality of life.
THE GIRL WITHOUT HANDS
13th May / 1.15pm / Cineworld / Ages 15+
The Girl Without Hands is the audacious feature debut animation from acclaimed short filmmaker Sébastien Laudenbach, whose beautiful and dreamlike take on the Brothers Grimm story has created a unique fairy tale destined to become a classic.
AT EYE LEVEL
14th May / 10.30am / Cineworld / Ages 15+
Michael, an 11 year old orphan living in a children's home, finds out where his father lives and sets out to find him. Not only does his dad, Tom, know nothing of Michael's existence, but he isn't exactly the father figure Michael was expecting.
14th May / 10.30am / Cineworld / Ages 12+
Stuck in the middle between a beautiful older sister and a brainiac younger sister, 13-year-old Aurore struggles to find her place —but when she is invited to be the only girl in an all-male rock band her life is turned upside down!
14th May / 1.00pm / Cineworld / Ages 12+
Thirteen-year-old Nelly's holiday in Romania takes a dramatic turn when she accidentally discovers her family's secret plan to relocate there.
ONE OF US
14th May / 1.10pm / Cineworld / Ages 15+
Surrounded by the concrete desert of an Austrian suburb, Julian and Marko are hungry for thrill and adventure. To shake up their dull everyday life, the two boys decide to break into the local supermarket.
BORN IN SYRIA
14th May / 3.30pm / Cineworld / Ages 12+
Since civil war started in Syria in 2011, an estimated 9 million Syrians have fled their homes, half of them children. With a soundtrack composed by Gabriel Yared (The English Patient, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Cold Mountain) this feature length documentary film follows seven young children for a year.
For more on the festival & these films see http://www.cinemagic.org.uk/index.php/young-people-16-25-years/films-s
We have a pair of tickets to each of these films at the Cinemagic festival to give away. Simply pick which film you would like to see to be entered into the draw. Competition closes 9th May.