2 aspiring filmmakers have found a niche for themselves in Belfast, filming local musicians performing in ‘hidden’ locations around the city.

George Barnes and Chris Molloy finished their degree in Film Studies at Queen’s last year and wasted little time in setting up Glass Chord Productions.

George said: “After graduating we decided to combine our love of film, music and Belfast to make the Hidden Highlights sessions. We want to promote both the fantastic music coming out of Northern Ireland and also some of the lesser known spots in Belfast.”

Here are the 1st 4 videos they’ve produced…

1. Chris Molloy

Chris Molloy performs ‘At The End Of The Day’ in the Titanic Drawing Offices.

2. No Oil Paintings

No Oil Paintings perform ‘Exodus’ in the Yellow Submarine vintage shop.

3. Claire Hill

Claire Hill performs ‘Asleep’ in possibly the best hidden picnic spot in Belfast, among the coppiced pines in the heart of Lady Dixon Park.

4. Rachel Hegarty

Rachel Hegarty performs ‘Little Red’ Live in Ten Foundations cafe & shop.

The pair plan to make a video a week and we’ll do our best to share them with belfastvibe readers at the same rate.

If any artists or venues would like to be part of the Hidden Highlights sessions they can email George and Chris at enquiries@glasschord.co.uk

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