National Film and Media Saturday Club
National Saturday club is introducing a new Film and Media subject strand in 2021. The Club will introduce young people aged 13–16 to the massive opportunities in this rapidly growing sector of the UK economy FOR FREE.
As well as benefiting from 16 weeks of inspiring classes, students exhibit work in their own Summer Show at Somerset House, London.
They are also given the opportunity to attend a master class from one of the UK’s most influential film makers.
EXPLORING THE SUBJECT:
The Film and Media Saturday Club will celebrate and explore the breadth of film and screen from production and sound design, to VFX and animation. Club members will develop practical and technical skills across filming, editing, sound, and lighting, as well as key transferable skills, such as creative problem-solving, production, planning timelines and budgeting.
The combination of creative thinking and technical skills is at the heart of Film and Media Saturday Club and we encourage you to bring your imagination to life.
This club is a great start to your creative journey, whether you aspire to direct, become a cinematographer or editor, this club will open your eyes to the vast opportunities this industry offers.
Film and Media Saturday club will give you the opportunity to explore technical equipment and software, undertake creative roles such as, director, actor, or sound operator, and most of all understand what it is like to work within a team and this industry. We will cover music videos, short films, advertising or game shows.
We will be working in Banbury and Bicester College’s professionally equipped Film and Media workshops.
Materials will be provided. Please bring a snack and other refreshments.
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