Young Filmmakers’ Workshop

Young Filmmakers’ Workshop is a two-day course that aims to provide young people aged between 14 and 17 with a thorough, hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of filmmaking. Students will take part in a series of practical filmmaking workshops over the two days that will cover all aspects of film production. Students gain technical and creative understanding of production processes, learn on-set working practices and develop an understanding of visual storytelling techniques.

This weekend course covers the basics of direction, cinematography, and editing. Students will get hands-on experience shooting a selection of scenes and devised pieces of increasing complexity that draw from Hollywood scripts and other film sources.

This is a fun, challenging and exciting programme designed for young aspiring filmmakers who want to learn from professionals and develop good team working skills.

For more information, request a prospectus.

Learning Goals

  1. Understand key elements of visual storytelling and camera operating

  2. Know how to use a non-linear editing system to create meaningful sequences

  3. Know how to direct actors

  4. Understand how the roles of director, cinematographer, sound recordist, and editor interrelate through the experience on a collaborative production

Start Dates & Prices

  • 20 June 2015 —
  • 5 September —
  • 7 November 2015 —
  • Price

    £400

    Minimum Age: 14-17

    Entry Requirements: The Young Filmmakers’ Workshop course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements.

    Duration: Two Days Full-Time

    Apply Now
  • Price

    £400

    Minimum Age: 14-17

    Entry Requirements: The Young Filmmakers’ Workshop course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements.

    Duration: Two Days Full-Time

    Apply Now
  • Price

    £400

    Minimum Age: 14-17

    Entry Requirements: The Young Filmmakers’ Workshop course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements.

    Duration: Two Days Full-Time

    Apply Now