A series of online music videos promoting local, emerging and established musical talent against the backdrop of venues of historical and cultural significance across Belfast City, recently launched online.
All Points: North, showcases some of NI’s foremost digital content creators, musicians and electronic producers filmed against the backdrop of historic buildings located across Belfast, with a particular focus on North Belfast.
Supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Department for Communities Organisations Emergency Funding programme, these short films celebrate the past, present and future of the history within the buildings, as well as the creative talent of some of Northern Ireland’s most promising musicians.
All Points: North was developed as a roaming geographical-focused music project with the ‘All Points’ title adapting to reflect locations. It is hoped this project marks the start of a series of online video performances showcasing artists alongside built heritage across Northern Ireland.
The project is an artist-led collaboration managed by BEAMA (Belfast Electronic Arts & Music Academy). The team is made up of digital artists and creative arts managers from Northern Ireland; featuring singer songwriter Anthony Toner; electronic producer, DJ and label owner Timmy Stewart and creative arts director John Walls, joined by videographers including Ross McClean and Paul Mc Parland.
Artists from acoustic and electronic genres have been professionally filmed performing against the backdrop of some of Belfast City’s glorious historic buildings. Artists andlocations include: acoustic artist Malojian performing in the Old Carnegie Library on Oldpark Road, singer/songwriter Gary Lutton filmed at St. Joseph’s Church in Sailortown, dance and electronic artists Bloom playing a set in Ireland’s only Hindu temple at the Indian Community Centre, Clifton Street and electronic act Protocol filmed alongside the historic old pumps at the Titanic Pumphouse.
More videos and information at www.allpointsarts.com