Random Acts 'Film as Art' Workshop

Arnolfini Gallery Ltd, Narrow Quay

0117 917 2300
boxoffice@arnolfini.org.uk
https://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/random-acts-film-as-art-workshop

Friday 18 August 2017
2pm - 4pm
Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm
Booking essential
Call or email Box Office

Did you ever want to produce a short film? This is your opportunity! In this workshop you will learn how to approach film in a creative and artistic way, and discuss your ideas with other participants.

The workshop will be led by Jeremy Routledge, and will provide information about the Arts Council England and Channel Four Random Acts short film series.

Advice on how to apply for funding and become a Random Acts filmmaker will also be offered. Come and join us for an exciting working session!

Jeremy Routledge is Executive Producer of Random Acts South West and Development Lead at Calling the Shots Films. He has produced more than 40 short films for the BFI, BBC4, BBC3 and Channel 4 as well as arts and documentary series.

Jeremy has a first degree in Drama and English and a PG Diploma in Script Development from the National Film and Television School.

To book your place contact:

The workshop is presented by Calling The Shots, the South West of England production studio for Random Acts.

A second workshop runs on 24 August

Visit Playback this Summer and watch over 200 bold and creative short films already made by young artist filmmakers with the help of Random Acts. 

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