Chocolate Films and London Metropolitan Archives are looking for young people to take part in:
Work with other young people to make documentaries giving a contemporary view on two aspects of London’s history that have had a presence on the streets of the capital – fashion and campaigning.
By taking part in a series of workshops run by professional filmmakers and archivists you will have the opportunity to:
- Learn how to write, direct, shoot and edit a short documentary using professional camera and editing equipment.
- Gain skills in archive research, film publicity and event management
- Have your films screened at the LMA’s Youth Maze event at London Guildhall, submitted to film festivals around the UK and uploaded online to the Chocolate Films Youtube channel.
- Work towards an Arts Award.
Street Heritage workshops will take place on:
Thursday evenings from 4pm – 7pm commencing Thursday 1 April and
full days 10am – 5pm during the spring half-term Mon 31st May – Friday 4th June.
London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road
London EC1R 0HB
Places are limited - to sign up or for more information
Please get in touch with Ana Tovey at Chocolate Films
email@example.com or 020 7793 4287
We are also looking for young people to get involved in deciding how the project runs by joining a youth steering group – please get in touch asap if you’re interested.
Do you have a story to tell about campaigning techniques you've been using or an activity you want to talk about? Email firstname.lastname@example.org now!