What is Mine: Film screening by young people with diabetes
Join us for a showcase of films created by young people with diabetes on Helium’s community filmmaking project at IMC Cinema Athlone on Saturday 14th September.
We are excited to present the premiere of What is Mine, a curious tale of one man’s inheritance and a coveted spoon, filmed by 10 teenagers in historic locations around Athlone last December as part of Helium’s SNAP! film project.
The screening will also include:
- A documentary going behind the scenes on the SNAP! film project
- A showcase of short shorts created by teenagers on our film workshop with Diabetes Ireland in 2017
- Q&A with SNAP! participants
- A chance to mingle over snacks and refreshments
Date: Saturday 14th September
Venue: IMC Cinema Athlone, Golden Island Shopping Centre, Golden Island, Ankers Bower, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
This is a free event. If you would like to attend RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Mine was made during a weekend film camp in December 2018. You can learn all about what the young people got up to and the creative processes involved here: http://helium.ie/2019/04/17/filmmaking-having-fun-and-making-friends/
The SNAP! film project is produced by Helium Arts in partnership with Midlands Hospital Mullingar and Athlone Arts & Tourism. The project is funded by the Arts Council, Westmeath Arts Office, Creative Ireland and Healthy Ireland, and is supported by the Westmeath branch of Diabetes Ireland. We gratefully acknowledge IMC Cinema Athlone for supporting this screening.