South Auckland Short Film Workshop 24 Nov.
Do you love the power of cinema and have something to say?
Script to Screen, Ngā Aho Whakaari and PIFT Pacific Islanders in Film, Television and Online present the 2018 South Auckland Short Film Workshop – a free two-day workshop to learn the art of making short films, from developing ideas to writing and directing for the big screen.
Whether you’re new to filmmaking or experienced, we are calling all aspiring South Auckland filmmakers, storytellers and creatives to attend this filmmaking workshop.
Over the weekend you will be guided by experts Michael Bennett (MATARIKI), Sima Urale (O TAMAITI), Aidee Walker (WESTSIDE) and Nikki Si’ulepa (SNOW IN PARADISE). You’ll learn where strong cinematic ideas come from, the principles of how to write a short film, the role of the director and ideas about how to get your short film off the ground.
Participants from this workshop will be invited to apply for Script to Screen’s South Shorts Mentorship Programme 2019.
Where? Manukau Institute of Technology, Gate 13, Alexander Crescent, Otara
How much? The workshop is free. We provide lunch and suggest $20 cash to cover lunch on both days – if you are able to contribute please bring this cash along with you to the workshop.
Registration essential: Places are limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (09) 360-5400 to register. Include your name, email address, contact phone, suburb and level of experience (novice, emerging, intermediate or experienced). This workshop is recommended for 17+. It is intended for people who either live in South Auckland or have a connection with the area.
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Image from short film MY FRIEND MICHAEL JONES (Run Charlie Films). Directed by Ian Leaupepe and Samson “Rambo” Vaotu’ua.
This workshop was made possible with the support of the Creative Communities Auckland.
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