Jeugdfilm MeesterSpion selected for Irish film festival
The Dutch family film MeesterSpion is selected for the youth programme of the Cinemagic Film Festival in Belfast. That has manufacturer PV Pictures Saturday reported.
The film does in the Northern Irish capital, for example, in the competition of the children’s jury.
MeesterSpion is an exciting and comical film from the producer behind hit movies Mees Kees and Dummie the Mummy.
The film tells the story of the eleven-year-old Tim, who, together with his parents and sister to a hotel on the coast moves. In the beginning, Tim can be difficult to get used to his new home, he is a secret agent (Beau Schneider) meet. This is just awakened from the year 1973, and must get accustomed to the new time.
The film drew last year in the autumn, a lot of audience and also received a Golden Film.
Was previously MeesterSpion also be selected for other festivals abroad, including Italy and Bosnia. The Cinemagic Film Festival lasts almost the whole month of October.