We currently have space for a group of 5-10 young people to make a 10 minute documentary on homophobia and what you would like to see change for the gay community over the next 5 years.
The film and its content will be written by the young people who take part. It is a chance work with a well respected production company.
The group will lead all aspects of the project – planning the subject matter, finding contributors, costumes etc, filming, editing and publicising the final project.
The project will run from November – January and the group will meet at times that are convenient for them. You will take part in master classes in camera skills, editing, PR and marketing and event planning. There will also be the opportunity to gain a bronze or Silver Arts Award. At the end of the project there will be a screening of the film at the BFI (organised by the group themselves alongside Paris, a group based in Newham). The screening will be open to all LGBTQ youth groups/organisations across London. Once the project is finished we also hope to have the film shown at the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (also held at the BFI).
If you or anyone else has any questions please feel free to email email@example.com