Tourism NI hosts Cinemagic Premieres in Belfast & Dublin
Published October 1, 2018
Northern Ireland’s most heart-warming family feel-good movie of 2018, ‘Grace and Goliath’ had the world and ROI premiere in Belfast and Dublin in association with Tourism NI. GRACE AND GOLIATH showcases the beauty of Northern Ireland, the warmth, humour and spirit of its people, and has already received international acclaim. Produced by Cinemagic, the award-winning Belfast-based film and television charity for young people, and aspiring young film trainees from Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Los Angeles as part of a unique Cinemagic training programme.
‘Grace & Goliath’ Cast with TNI Chairman Terence Brannigan, Naomi Waite and Fiona Cunningham (TNI)
Cameo appearances include Carl Frampton, Patrick Kielty, Darren Clarke, Roma Downey, Tommy Bowe, Pamela Ballantine, Pete Snodden, Rebecca McKinney, Marc Mallett, Laura Whitmore and Linzi Lima. Hundreds of extras from across Northern Ireland were also involved in the making of the film. The film’s main locations were Belfast (including The 4* Europa Hotel, Botanic Gardens and Victoria Square) and the Causeway Coast (including Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and The Harbour Bar, Portrush).
Naomi Waite, Director of Marketing, Tourism NI comments: “Northern Ireland is an attractive destination to produce high quality film and television drama with international appeal. Most recently recognised as a filming location for the highly successful Game of Thrones series, screen tourism is now responsible for influencing the decision of tens of thousands more visitors to come to Northern Ireland each year.
We are delighted to see yet another opportunity for the spectacular beauty of Northern Ireland to be showcased to a global audience. We commend the producers for their dedication to bringing the history, culture and people of Northern Ireland to life in this unique and uplifting drama and we wish them every success.”
Check out the official trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=293X5zSFpW0
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