Script to Screen

Ages: for children aged 8-13yrs

In this workshop participants will work together with professional film makers  to write, produce and star in an original short films. The film will be screened at the Transistor Youth Short Film Festival at the end of year, at Hobart's Light Up the Lane Festival and  broadcast on YouTube for the world to see.

Participants will go through an overview of the various stages required to produce a film including:

Screenwriting: learn about story structure, how to format a script and write an original screenplay.

Pre-Production: Prepare the necessary paperwork, rehearse the script, and identify and source the necessary props, costumes and locations (working within the parameters of the workshop space).

Production: Participants will take on various crew roles and performance roles and shoot the film. Each participant will learn and take turns on each of the crew roles including operating the camera, doing the sound recording, Directing and being standby for props and costume.

These Workshops are held in each of the school holidays.

 

Summer Holidays

Script to Screen: Comedy

Adam Ransley - comedy writer extraordinaire- will run a special master-class in comedy writing and mentor the students while they write their own comedy short films.

Award Winning Director Lucien Simon and Bailey Jackson will take the students through the process of making and performing in their own films.

Dates: 

Mon., 23/01/2017,  Tues, 24/01/2017, Wed., 25/01/2017

9.30am-3:30 pm

Venue: 

Kingston Adult Education B Block, Church Street, Kingston, Tasmania 7051

Cost:

$150 full or $100 Concession 

Bookings visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/script-to-screen-comedy-film-making-for-the-8yrs-14yrs-tickets-29596411664

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April School Holidays

Script to Screen: Guerilla Filmmaking

From an idea to the finished product - you can make a festival ready film using your own (or parents DSLR.

Award Winning Director Lucien Simon and Bailey Jackson will take the students through the process of making and performing in their own films. 

Dates: 

Wed., 26/04/2017,  Thurs., 27/04/2017Fri., 28/04/2017

Time: 

10:00 am – 3:00pm

Venue:  

Moonah Arts Centre, 23-27 Albert Road, Moonah

Cost:

$150

Bookings:

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October School Holidays

Script to Screen: Horror

Moonah Arts Centre

October 10,11 & 12

Booking Details to Come