This film production workshops will teach learners filming techniques, film history, cinematography, film direction, advance camera work, post film production and produce your own short documentary.
A comprehensive, ten-session, hands-on film production workshop will support young people (14-21) who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), to increase social connections with new people through working together, peer mentoring, and build vocational and mental health resilience skills.
This series of workshops, delivered by National Film Awards nominated director, cinematographer and trainer Alessandro Ugo, tie a number of multi-faceted interventions, integrated with media engagement activities and social learning. Our project aims to support participants to:
Delivered by experienced, DBS-checked, media professionals and counsellors to support participants’ access to the following activities:
Film Production Workshops - basics of filming, film history, cinematography, film direction, advanced cameras, producing a short film, post-production.
Peer Mentoring - bringing young people together to prevent isolation, supports healthy friendships, and encourages participants to remain on positive pathways.
Group Counselling - supports young people to express feelings, emotions and experiences. This provides the content vehicle for transforming negative thinking into positive thoughts and actions documented through film.
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