Belfast Festival Reviews
Newest Review: ... Unfortunately, its US tour ended in October. ***** IN CONCLUSION, supporting the 44th Belfast Festival at Queen's (http://www.belfastfestival.com/events.p hp) was indeed a personal endeavour/interest. Taking part by watching these remarkable performances was entertaining. It was a box office record holder having sold tickets amounting to £500,000 and over 100,000 people attended the said event. THIS 16-DAY EVENT proved to be completely a significant event in the Irish/British art/film industry and a worthwhile undertaking by the Queen’s University (the oldest university in Northern Ireland). Having that, I am looking... more
Customer Belfast Festival Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/11/06, updated on 17/11/06 (Very useful, 199 readings)
NUMEROUS FESTIVALS are being held around the world annually. Sundance (US) in the early part of the year; Cannes (Paris) in May; the British Short Film (London); Toronto International (Canada) in September; Cinemagic and the Belfast Festival in Northern Ireland to mention a few from more 2000 festivals celebrated worldwide. When I was in the Philippines, I always take the opportunity of attending the locally-organised film-fests showcasing films from from the UK, US, Germany, Spain, Japan and Australia. In most several occasions, these events are free to the public. For being here in Northern Ireland, the enthusiasm to watch these film festivals is ... Read the complete review
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