This programme is in partnership with Stop Play Record and is supported by Creative Skillset's Film Skills Fund, with BFI's Film Forever National Lottery fund
Date: Thursday 17th November 2016
Venue (click address for map):
London SW1Y 5AH
Time: 11:00am to 5:00pm
About our Workshop:
104 films Workshop for New and Emerging Deaf & Disabled Film Talent supported by Creative Skillset and in partnership with STOP PLAY RECORD is a first step for emerging Deaf & Disabled film talent wanting to make films or develop a career in the film industry.
It allows participants to connect with 104 films and the STOP PLAY RECORD programme and to develop with us on our talent ladder.
The Workshop will offer a Masterclass on short film-making and an Introduction to Directing Workshop. We will introduce you to the work of 104 films and talk to you about developing your career and skills.
We will be joined by executives from STOP PLAY RECORD who will discuss the short film opportunities offered by their Random Acts short film programme.
The Workshop is free of charge.
About 104 films:
104 films are the world leaders in disability cinema. We have made eight feature films including Special People, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, I Am Breathing and Notes on Blindness and over sixty short films with Deaf & Disabled film talent. We run a raft of training and development programmes for Deaf & Disabled film talent.
Our aims are to make a tectonic difference in the representation of Deaf & Disabled film talent in front of and behind the camera and to enable the voice of disabled film talent in the cinema mainstream.
About Stop Play Record:
STOP PLAY RECORD is a programme of screenings, workshops and events open to anyone interested in filmmaking. The series introduces audiences to a range of professionals from different creative sectors who work with moving image.
Each year STOP PLAY RECORD supports the planning and production of 24 short films with young people aged 16–24 who are based in London.
Films commissioned by STOP PLAY RECORD have the chance to be included as part of the Channel 4 Random Acts series.
You will be disabled and based in London or the South-East. You will want to make films and / or to develop a career in the film industry.
The workshop is aimed at talent looking to make their first professional short film but we welcome all applications including those working in wider creative sectors. If you are driven to express yourself in film we will welcome your application.
How to Apply:
If this is of interest to you please let us know by e-mailing our Workshop Co-ordinator Polly Perkins via: email@example.com
Let us know a bit about you – about your experience in film-making or creative work of any kind, what you might like to do and why the workshop is of interest to you. A CV is useful but a passionate paragraph is fine.
Please also let us know if you have any access or communication requirements or any issues making this application.
We look forward to hearing from you.