The Marsh on Screen Free Filmmaking Workshop –
16th February & 2nd March 2019
Are you interested in making films on the Romney Marsh?
This is your chance to take part in a free film making workshop on either Saturday 16th February 2019 or Saturday 2nd March 2019 where you will have access to equipment and resources such as experienced filmmakers. Delivered by Screen South as part of Fifth Continent on Film, we will be based at the Old School in New Romney from 10am – 4pm but will also be filming locally.
Whether you are new or experienced, this is a great opportunity to develop your production skills including; Directing, Producing, Camera, Sound, & Editing, and to get out into the local areas to start making your films. All films that are made will be screened at an event at the end of April 2019 and will be available on line. Our guest tutor will be renowned wildlife filmmaker Bevis Bowden, for examples of his work visit https://www.bevisbowdenfilms.co.uk
Please note that places are limited so you must register for a free ticket.
This event is part of the Fifth Continent Film Project which aims to create a platform for filmmaking that reflects life and stories on the Marsh. We are interested in talking to filmmakers and local people who have old stories or new ideas and who can help reveal hidden moments of the Marsh and this is one of the many events we will be running over the next two years.
Book your free tickets to the workshops following the link below – limited places available.
Saturday 2nd March 2019 – http://bit.ly/2SaL5q1