International Youth Arts Festival 2015

‘My Little Sister (who happens to have Down’s syndrome)’ screenings in London! Come and join us!

About the International Youth Arts Festival (IYAF) where Episode 8 of My Little Sister…will be premiered (twice!)

Launched in 2008, The International Youth Arts Festival is a fast growing festival which brings Kingston alive each year as selected young people from the ages of 5 to 26 showcase the very best in youth arts, selected from the UK and Internationally. This year’s festival will be running for almost 3 weeks from the 3rd-19th of July.

Tuesday 7th July 7.30pm – Raise the Roof Gala night ‪#‎creativeheroes‬ Trailer for My Little Sister…will be screened as part of the royal variety night for young people Rose Theatre, Kingston:

Sunday 12th July – The Birdies Film Festival Live 4-8pm My Little Sister…will be screened at 6pm FREE open air projection at
Riverside Yard at Riverside, Riverside Walk, KT1 1QN More details and to join the event here:

Thursday July 16th from 1:30-3:30pm ‘My Little Sister (who happens to have Down’s syndrome) will be screened at 1.30pm followed by Biography#4 – Film where Agi K will be one of the three panelists talking about film alongside director Mo Ali (Shank & Montana) and actor Jassa Ahluwalia (Some Girls, Ripper Street.) Inside the Rose Theatre at the Swallow Cafe

And you can see us in the IYAF online programme here:

Loads of other brilliant stuff going on over the 17 days of festivities, workshops, carnival, street performances, poetry, Xtreme sports, rapping, beatboxing, theatre, dance, puppetry, music, film, website

Buy your tickets from or call 020 8174 0090 or in person at the office.

“The International Youth Arts Festival (IYAF) is one of the largest and most diverse youth events in the world. Each year, over 19,000 young people are involved, nearly 5,000 artists are performing in 350 events over 18 venues.”

Check this video out of the festival below!

Agi K and Magdalena with Trevor Blackman at the IYAF launch party 2015There are so many different people involved doing different things, every day of the 17 days is jam packed with exciting events! The festival runs from the 3rd-17th of July. It’s so awesome that there are so many creative, inspiring people at the festival, I am really looking forward to attending lots of performances, participating in events and meeting new people.

Looking through the programme there are some great acts I’m especially excited to see including the KGames extreme sports competition in Kingston skate park, the IYAF carnival, the Next Level,Dance School Blue Flamenco,The Movement ft. Boy Blue entertainment, and much much more! Check out the programme here.

I’m also looking forward to attending with my little sister, the Raise The Roof Gala Night on Tuesday 7th of July presented by MTV Base’s Ashley J and Break London’s Dobbs where the ‘My Little Sister… episode 8’ Trailer will be screened, and if you want to join us you can buy tickets for the gala night here here.

I am going to be keeping you updated by vlogging throughout the festival; it’s events out on the streets, in the venues, my film screenings and all of the exciting things happening on my YouTube channel! Last week was the first of the many events where we attended the festival’s launch party, check out my first vlog of the festival below.

Magdalena and me would really love you to come and be there with us for the excitement of the premiere screening of the My Little Sister films it’s FREE and suitable for all ages and me and my little sister will be there in the audience! Contact me through my contact page to get on our mailout newsletter or check back here and on my facebook page for dates and times of the screenings as soon as they are announced.

If you can’t make the screenings, then don’t worry as the films are available to rent at £3.89 or buy to download on vimeo at £7.78 , and are also about to be released on DVD! To pre order a DVD, send me a message with your email address via the contact page.

There are 2 DVDS available now to pre-order:
My Little Sister (who happens to have Down’s syndrome) The first 7 Films @£14.99 plus p&p
My Little Sister (who happens to have Down’s syndrome) Episode 8 @ £12.99 plus p&p

This Event below will be held later in the year
The Big Picture Film Night
at Riverside Arts Centre-Walton-On-Thames
£5 (students free )- an evening of film shorts by young directors, with discussion.
Agi K agnieszkaproductions presents: ‘My Little Sister (who happens to have Down’s Syndrome)’ suitable for all ages.
‘A love story for our time, valuing life and nature in all its diversity. Daily life in the remote welsh hills takes on magical qualities in this heart warming, upbeat documentary about the joyful relationshop between two unschooled sisters. A Captivating, mind-opening gem from NYFF award winner Agi K.’
Luis Hindman Pictures presents: ‘Chamber’ (age 12+)
Chamber is a six minute dramatic film short that focuses on the aftermath of a murder that involves two close friends. The film was written, directed and shot by Luis Hindman (15) and stars two young actors, Nick Sanger and Ciaran Joyce.
Benjamin Daniels directs: ‘The Wonderous World of Work’ – an eight minute student comedy film.
Book here: