City Eye is thrilled to be working again with Mayflower Engage to deliver this project
This exciting opportunity gives participants the chance to develop technical skills, confidence and creativity through film.
Meeting online each Wednesday evening for 5 weeks the group is led by one of our experienced team members with lots of experience of filmmaking and teaching young people.
You will be guided to explore the film making process, looking at script writing, story boarding, filming and editing whilst working on a collaborative film project.
Recent online workshops have seen the Intermediate group produce short dramas which they have worked on as a group. The have concieved and scripted together, agreeing a shot-list and approach to filming they have then shot footage independently between their weekly sessions. Finally when all footage has been gathered they have produced their own individual edit.
We are very proud and in awe of their collaborative approach and commitment to a shared goal!
For the forthcoming series of workshops we will be exploring documentary filmmaking.
PLEASE NOTE NEW SESSION DATES FOR YOUNG FILMMAKERS WITH SOME EXPERIENCE*
Sessions will take place every Wednesday on the following date
3, 10, 17 and 24 and 31 March 2021
Intermediate: 7.30pm - 8.45pm
Age Guide: 12 - 18 years
*We apologise that at the current time we are not able to offer a class for beginners. We will do so once again at the earliest possible time.
You will need the ability to shoot your own film - but this might be on a phone or camera depending on what is available to you - and a computer or laptop to work on. You may have editing software that you are already used to using or alternatively you can to sign up to use the programmes listed below. These are free to use.
You will need:
A camera or phone to shoot on
A laptop / computer to work on
Free zoom account
Free sign up to filmmaking programmes:
CELTX - www.celtx.com
Adobe Premier Rush - www.adobe.com/uk/products/premiere-rush.html
Due to the difficult circumstances we find ourselves in, we are operating a new structure where you can pick a payment option to pay according to your situation. There is a 'Reduced' rate as well as a 'Supporting' rate where you can help someone else to access our activity. Please pick your payment choice from the 3 options below:
Reduced fee - £30
Standard fee - £50
Supporting fee - £70
Discounts : Bursary - £25
Our partner Mayflower Theatre offers bursaries, available on application, each term. These must be applied for every term and are not guaranteed for the whole year. These can be awarded on a financial or talent basis. Applicants applying for a bursary (which is half the standard fee) should complete their application before starting accompanied by a deposit payment of £25.00. You will be notified by the beginning of the term whether your application has been successful.
Please book your bursary place by completing this Jotform:
If you have any further questions about the bursary scheme please email Mayflower at email@example.com.
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