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Film-making Workshops

The benefits of learning to make films are huge! Film-making is a creative and energetic way to develop communication and teamwork skills, learn to be a leader, hone technical skills and make something really cool! We cover all the basics: camera operation, developing ideas for screen, video editing, sound design for film, and we have plenty of fun in the process! We provide the equipment, you provide the ideas.

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in NSW, all our workshops will be held online in Term 4. We are keeping a close eye on the situation, and will update you if there are any changes which will allow for in person workshops at Shopfront. 

Film-making, ages 8–11

Saturdays, 10am–11am

Introductory film-making workshop, no experience necessary.
This fun and hands-on workshop introduces the fundamental elements of film-making, from character creation and storytelling to acting and editing. By the end of this workshop you will have made your own short film!

Film-making, ages 12–15

Wednesdays, 4.30pm–6pm

This workshop covers all the film-making basics: camera operation, filming, editing, special effects, directing, acting and more. Be ready to discuss your favourite movies and examine what it is that makes for a good film. By the end of this workshop you will have made your own short film! No experience necessary, but a love of films or film-making is desirable.

Film-making, ages 16–19

Saturdays, 12pm–1:30pm

Skills development and film production workshop, intermediate skills desirable.
In this fast-paced workshop you will pitch your film-making ideas to the group and create your own short films together. You’ll work on all the elements required to make a great film, including cinematography, editing, acting, script writing, lighting and sound design.

Photo credit: Joshua Morris

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