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    THE three-day Mid-Ulster Film Festival kicks off next Friday, May 6, at An Creagan Centre, between Cookstown and Omagh. The bogland setting will be turned into
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      THE three-day Mid-Ulster Film Festival kicks off next Friday, May 6,
      at An Creagan Centre, between Cookstown and Omagh.
      The bogland setting will be turned into a film village for the
      weekend, with one of the only Cine mobiles in Ireland on location
      there.
      The festival aims to bring together filmmakers and film fans from
      Ieralnd to cebrate celebrate a weekend of film in a unique setting
      that sees the An Creagan Centre below the foothills of the Sperrins
      Mountains, transformed into a film village over the course of the
      film festival.
      The Cinemobile will be screening a range oflocal short films, award
      winning films, animation, documentaries, and features over the
      6th,7th 8th May. Details of films to be screened, will be updated on
      the festival website.
      In addition, the festival will host a number of workshops and
      seminars including Script writing with Barry Devlin (A Man of No
      Importance, All Things Bright and Beautiful, Ballykissangel),
      Introduction to Directing for Film with Graham Cantwell (A Dublin
      Story), The Changing Face of Post Production with Yard Media's
      Lawrence Fee, Animation with Rogue Rocket and Make up for film with
      Denis Rush.
      Finally, the festival will close with a screening of Alexander
      Payne's multi-award winning indie hit film `Sideways'.
      Workshops on scriptwriting, animation and make-up have been announced.
      For more information on workshops, free presentations, and
      screenings check out http://www.midulsterfilmfestival.com.
      For booking details contact 028 8076 1112.



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