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Workshop for disabled film talent

17 Nov 2016

If you have a disability and are aged 16-24 and you would like to make films then please sign up to this free workshop. In partnership with 104 films, this workshop will offer a masterclass in short filmmaking as well as an "Introduction to Directing" workshop. It will introduce you to the work of 104 films and STOP PLAY RECORD, whose representatives can offer advice on how to develop your career and skills in the film industries.

The workshop starts at 11am and finishes at 5pm. Food and drink will be provided to all attendees on the day.

  • How to Apply

    If this workshop is of interest to you, please book your place by emailing 104 films Workshop Co-ordinator Polly Perkins.

    Please tell us:

    1. Your name and phone number

    2. Why would you like to learn how to make a film?

    3. What are your ideas about a film you would like to make?

    4. Have you made any films before? No problem if you haven’t

    5. Do you need to bring someone to support you on the day?

This workshop will be hosted within the Theatre space. Full access details can be found here.

If you have any questions about this workshop please contact Polly Perkins or Thomas Wightman.

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