Cinemagic’s Exciting New Feature Film ‘Grace and Goliath’ To Have World Premiere In Belfast

Kirsty Winter Blog

The world premiere of Cinemagic’s new feature film Grace and Goliath will take place on Tuesday 2 October 2018 at Odyssey Cinemas, Belfast, featuring a dazzling cameo appearance from MCE’s very own Managing Director, Paul McErlean. The premiere will mark the official launch of this year’s Cinemagic Film Festival in Belfast, the largest film and television festival designed for, and …

Paul McErlean, MCE Public Relations

Lights, Camera, Action For Cinemagic

Andrew Kelly Blog

Every parent goes through a moment or even a stage when their kids are embarrassed by them. That moment when the children put their hands over their eyes with utter dread at whatever is unfolding; dad dancing or singing are two of the usual offenders. A month or two ago, two of my closest friends, Aidan Donnelly and John McManus, …

Screen Tourism Northern Ireland

‘Screen tourism’ is set to have phenomenal economic impact

Alastair Luke Blog

By Paul McErlean Everybody loves the movies, right? Well readers, here’s a thing you probably didn’t know but I was lucky enough to act in my second film a couple of months ago. Not that I am giving up my day job just yet but, thanks to my close and supremely talented friend who has now called me twice to …

AP McCoy Business Lunch

Alastair Luke Events, Uncategorised

On the afternoon of Friday 19th May The Saffron Business Forum hosted 500 guests at their AP Mc Coy Sports Lunch to raise funds for the promotion of Gaelic games in Antrim including development squads. Businessmen and Antrim GAA supporters alike flocked to the Crowne Plaza Hotel Belfast for the AP Mc Coy Sports Lunch.

Paul McErlean, MCE Public Relations

It’s time to ‘think big’ and put some properly tall buildings into Belfast city centre

Alastair Luke Blog

First published in the Irish News, MCE’s MD Paul McErlean provides his insight into the world of commercial property, Brexit uncertainty and calls for a new Belfast skyline.  The word we’ve all heard time and again when it comes to Brexit is uncertainty. In an uncertain business climate, companies tend to be more cautious and as a result, be more risk-averse. …