Today, budding filmmakers can shoot, edit and immediately publish mini to short films right from their smartphones.
Wac Arts’ mission is to provide high-quality, affordable, accessible performing arts training. This is why we are excited to announce our second partnership with Sobriety Films — a grassroots collective of filmmakers and creatives who produce films, champion recovery, diversity and inclusivity by the democratic use of film. This week of workshops is supported by Camden Giving — a local organisation dedicated to developing equality and fairness.
Building on the success of the first event that took place during February’s half-term, our collaboration, titled Lights, Camera, Action! will introduce young people aged 16-26 to pre-production through to post-production techniques. Over 4 sessions, participants will learn how to tell their unique stories through film, gaining expert advice on storyboarding, scriptwriting and narrative structure.
Part 2 of our partner project will launch during the Easter break. Free workshops will run from Monday 4th to Thursday 7th April 2022, at 4 pm – 7 pm each day, at Wac Arts:
Old Town Hall,
213 Haverstock Hill,
We look forward to welcoming passionate young people to this FREE filmmaking project.
Tap the link to access the sign-up form: https://bit.ly/3I57riq