Can you tell a story about the climate crisis in a 90 second film? Learn to make quality films on your mobile devices with this quick filmmaking workshop.
Aimed at 12-16-year-olds, you will leave this fun workshop with a 90 second short film to show off and perhaps even enter into Film Access Scotland’s 1.5° Film Challenge! You will be guided through the whole process; with examples and games, you will learn the different film techniques needed to make and edit your short film. Delivered by Inma de Reyes, who participated in Film Access Scotland’s 1.5 ° Film Challenge delivering workshops to community organisations on how to make a 90 second environmental film.
Please note: you will need a smartphone or a tablet for this workshop. We can provide a smartphone/tablet for those who don’t have a device. For more information, please contact us on [email protected]
This event is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC, part of UKRI) as part of their Research in Film Awards (RIFA) Climate Screenings 2022. The Research in Film Awards (RIFA) celebrate the best in academic filmmaking in the arts and humanities, and in 2020/21 they recognised the Best Climate Emergency Film of the Year which showcased cutting-edge climate research.