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Take Your Place: Short Film and Documentary Workshops

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Take Your Place: Short Film and Documentary Workshops

Calling All Young Filmmakers: Join Our Short Film and Documentary Workshop!

Do you have a story to tell? Ready to make your mark in the world of film? Our immersive workshop is perfect for young creators like you!

What to Expect:

  • Inspiring Sessions: Start with a 2-hour introduction at the Common Wealth Office, followed by two 4-hour idea development sessions. Learn the ropes of filmmaking from experienced professionals.
  • On-Location Filming: Spend three exciting days shooting on location in and around Cardiff. Capture the essence of your story with real-world experience.
  • Hands-On Learning: From brainstorming to shooting and editing, you’ll engage in every aspect of film production. Gain practical skills and unleash your creativity.
  • Travel and Food Provided: We’ll cover your travel costs and provide meals on the three filming days.

Workshop Schedule:

  • Introduction Session:
    • Date: 13.07
    • Time: 2-hour session
    • Location: Common Wealth Office, Llanrumney Hall, Ball Road, CF3 4JJ
  • Ideas Development Sessions:
    • Dates: 20.07 and 23.07
    • Time: 4-hour sessions each
    • Location:Common Wealth Office, Llanrumney Hall, Ball Road, CF3 4JJ
  • Filming Days:
    • Dates: 02.08, 03.08, 04.08
    • Location: In and around Cardiff

Who Can Join:
Young people aged 14-18 with a passion for film and storytelling. No prior experience needed—just your enthusiasm and creativity!

Why You Should Attend:
Skill Development: Learn storytelling, technical filmmaking, and project management from industry pros.

Portfolio Building: Create a film or documentary to showcase your talent. Perfect for future educational and career opportunities.

Creative Community: Collaborate with like-minded peers, make new friends, and build a network of creative contacts

If you’d like to take part in this workshop please email chantal@commonwealththeatre.co.uk spaces are limited so be sure to book.
This project is in partnership with Into Film – Every Child a Filmmaker Project