Join Squircle Arts and Emberlense Productions for a Documentary Film Making Workshop for 11-16 year olds at Torquay Museum on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October.
Participants will learn about film-making techniques, production planning, location scouting, and interviewing, and will produce a short film for use in the Museum’s forthcoming exhibition, More Deadly Than War: Spanish Flu and the Threat of Pandemic. The film produced as a result of this workshop will premiere at the English Riviera Film Festival 2018 in November.
The cost of the film making workshops is £10 per person, and they will run on Saturday 13th October 10.30am – 4pm (Production Preparation), and Sunday 14th October 12noon – 4pm (Filming/Interviews). Booking is essential as spaces are limited. Please email@example.com for more information and to book your place.
This workshop is part of a Wellcome Trust funded project at Torquay Museum – Fatal Flu: Spanish Flu and the Threat of Pandemic, which starts a conversation with the public about our understanding of disease, how it spreads and possible future threats.
The exhibition, More Deadly Than War: Spanish Flu and the Threat of Pandemic, opens at Torquay Museum on the 18th October 2018 and runs until 24th February 2019.
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