It was a busy day with screenings across the city catering to all tastes.
Director Mark Cousins (‘I Am Belfast’) was on hand for a Q&A about his collaboration with Neneh Cherry and cinematographer Christopher Doyle on his inventive docu-style fiction and love song to the Swedish city.
Audiences definitely got into the spirit for our Sing-A-Long Calamity Jane with plenty of people dressing up as Doris Day. Host Kim Lenaghan donned cowboy hat and led the crowds in a chorus of Black Hills of Dakota to make sure everyone was in fine voice before the film.
Over at the Black Box, Film Devour Short Film Festival provided a platform for local filmmakers, writers and actors to screen their films in front of an audience, as well as network and co-ordinate ideas.
And rising Irish star Fionn O’Shea joined director John Butler at the Queen’s Film Theatre for our screening of ‘Handsome Devil’.
Brian Henry Martin hosted a Q&A at which Fionn and John chatted with the audience about this funny and observant coming-of-age tale set in a rugby-obsessed boarding school. Handsome Devil will be released in cinemas towards the end of April.