This introduction to video-making covers the whole process of video production from the initial idea through to a finished film. The course is designed for women wishing to make their first step into video production. The six students will be given a written brief to produce a short documentary video. They will then work together to develop the documentary idea, shoot it on our digital equipment, and then edit the film with Adobe Premiere computer software. The completed video will be screened as part of the International Women’s Week. The Course takes place during International Women’s Festival.
Runs Monday to Wednesday over 2 weeks,
Dates 24th, 25th, 26th February and 3rd, 4th, 5th March 2014 , 10.30am-3.30pm PLACES AVAILABLE
£30 to women on benefits, JSA and ESA only (Proof of receipt of means test benefits required, you must also be over 18, be an EU citizen or a refugee). OR Young women 16-18 (Must be 16 at the start of acedemic year – end of August 13- AND must not be in Employment, Education or Training (NEETs) in order to get subsidy, and must provide proof of age), Note – some courses have different criteria and accept a larger range of benefit
£150 working women (Note: we do take people not on benefits, because they may not be able to do the evening course or another reason, in that case the course is £150 if you have any questions about this please email us firstname.lastname@example.org).
DETAILS & BOOKING www.filmoxford.org/course/reel-women-introductory-video-production-course-for-women