The Transition Film Festival event which is based in and around Totnes from 9th – 12th March 2017 has secured local government funding for 4 x film making workshops.
These workshops are funded by South Hams District Councillors: Jacqi Hodson, John Green and Robert Vint.
During what promises to be a busy weekend, which explores and offers solutions to climate change, environment issues and sustainability through the beauty of film, they are offering children and young people the chance to explore the art of film making with experienced story tellers and award film makers.
Those who attend can discover how to create an animated film. they can learn to write their own scripts, tell their own stories and direct their own movies.
These workshops are being brought to life by three highly experienced story tellers and film makers.
Acclaimed Film Director, Nathilde Overrein Rapp from Jellyfish Productions is offering:
2 x exciting filmmaking workshops for two age groups (7 – 11 year and 12 – 16). Attendees will create a little film story, storyboard, act, direct and film their own work in a 2-hour Film Making workshop. No experience or equipment needed.
Emilio Mula is a highly skilled animation film maker, he will deliver a workshop in stop motion animation. Attendees will need access to either a digital camera or mobile phone to make pictures, and their favourite toys to bring them to life. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Inez Aponte will be completing a storying telling workshop. Storytelling is often called the ‘Cinema of the Mind’ as it conjures images that play not on a screen, but inside the heads of listeners. In this workshop, attendees will explore the similarities (and differences) between these two forms and discover what the art of storytelling, structure, imagery and metaphor.
To book a place for one or more of these workshops visit: https://www.dartington.org/whats-on/ttt-film-festival/ call: The Barn Box Office 01803 847070 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or pop into the Book Shop on Totnes High Street.Follow