So we've carefully crafted a collection of workshops to make them more appealing and accessible to a wider demographic.
Through combining safe and engaging spaces with professional facilitators, we work hard to make sure that participants leave feeling both inspired and empowered.
All of our workshops are run by professional facilitators, who have DBS checks, Safeguarding Training and extensive experience of adapting to accomodate a range of different beneficiaries.
Born out of the global health pandemic of 2020, Merton Distancing Diaries is a film about Merton during coronavirus, made collectively by its residents.
We're virtually facilitating residents of the London Borough of Merton to capture content, from their homes, using just their mobile phones. The project has been designed to be completely accessible for all and will culminate in a community screening of the crowdsourced film, once it is safe to do so.
Our flagship workshop format, Pop Up: Film Booth, is an immersive and fun introduction to filmmaking that focuses on practical application and exploration.
We install a portable, temporary News Studio in your space and transform your beneficiaries into a Production team. Here, they learn all about the basics of Broadcast Journalism and content creation through adoption of various production roles - like Director, Camera Operator or Sound Engineer.
It is the perfect way to learn key and transferable skills whilst having lots of fun. Pop Up: Film Booth has been developed to compliment the National Curriculum.