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Programme2011

6th-7th October 2011

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The Co-operative Film Festival 2011: Celebrating our 45th anniversary The Co-operative Film Festival has been helping young people develop their creative side, work together co-operatively and express themselves since 1966. This means we’ve been committed to inspiring young people through filmmaking for a whopping 45 years, making our festival one of the oldest in the UK! We’re passionate about supporting the positive contribution that children and young people can make to their local communities and believe that the art of filmmaking can encourage them to become active citizens, involved in what’s going on in the world around them. Ever since the Festival’s birth The Co-operative has given hundreds of young people the exciting opportunity to see their work on the big screen in front of a live audience every year. It’s an inspiring and unique experience that we know can stimulate a successful career in the film and media industry from an early age. Come along and watch a diverse range of fun, inspirational and thoughtprovoking films from animation, drama, documentary and more, all made by people age 19 and under. Whether you’re a budding filmmaker, a film enthusiast or a proud parent or teacher, there’s something for everyone at The Co-operative Film Festival!

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Venue and How To Book (2010) Scott Pilgrim vs the World

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Did you know that the famous film d irector Edgar Wright entered our festival w hen he was a kid?

Advisors’ Choice Awards Workshops, Talks and Events Festival Timetable Get Social! The Co-operative British Youth Film Academy

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How to Book

Finding the National Media Museum

During this year’s festival we will be proudly presenting nearly 100 short films which have all been made by talented under 19 year olds. Along with the screenings there’ll be a wide variety of film workshops and masterclasses to enrol in and our festival advisors will also be running one-to-one feedback sessions to offer their friendly expert advice to budding young filmmakers.

The National Media Museum is a fantastic place for young people to learn about, engage with and create media. It’s a huge venue with eight floors of amazing galleries with an extensive collection of film and television memorabilia for you to explore. There are also three cinema screens, including the UK’s first ever IMAX which has a screen the height of four double-decker buses! When you’re planning your trip to the Festival make sure you leave enough time to have a good look round as there’ll be a lot going on.

www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk

Places fill up quickly at our festival, so make sure you book ahead to secure yours! Here’s how: Film Screenings FREE, advanced booking essential (see details below) Workshops & Talks Most are free but some have a small charge*, advanced booking essential (see details below) Drop-in Events FREE, booking not necessary – simply show up on the day! Advisor Feedback Sessions FREE, booking not necessary – simply show up on the day!

National Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 1NQ.

*In order to run the best quality workshops and masterclasses for you we do ask for a nominal charge per person for some sessions. If this is a problem for your group please get in touch – you may be eligible for a reduction or bursary.

The museum is located in Bradford city centre, in the county of West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.

By Public Transport The museum is just a five minute walk from Bradford Interchange with rail, bus and taxi services all under one roof. Forster Square station is only a fifteen minute walk away. By Car Follow Bradford City Centre and brown tourism signs from junction 26 off the M62. Car parking is available at the rear of the Museum on Sharp Street and Radwell Drive, in addition on Hall Ings close to the Interchange. Charges apply. By Air Leeds Bradford Airport is only seven miles away. For further information visit the Leeds Bradford Airport website.

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BOOKING DETAILS Ticket Office – 0844 856 3799 9am-5pm Monday to Friday (Answerphone at other times) learning@nationalmediamuseum.org.uk www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk

Terms & Conditions: For events with a ticket charge, tickets must be paid for by credit card at the time of booking (please ask if you prefer to pay by cheque.) All tickets can be collected from the Museum Ticket Office on the day. You must bring your booking confirmation with you and collect your tickets at least 15 minutes before your screening or workshop.

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Programme2011

6th-7th October 2011

Screening 12noon Thursday 6 October 2011 Fun and Fruity Catch 22 Manchester & Creative Licence

A New Friendship Eight Children from Burkina Faso

Land of The Rabbits Alder Hey Hospital

The Abandoned Wand Loyann Mohamed, Craig Boyer, Hassan Fazal & Koshin Ahmed

Manchester Ages 13-17

Liverpool Ages 5-19

Chain of Events The Oldham College

Oldham, Greater Manchester Age 16-17

Waxed Emily Moore, Sophie Dixon and Melodie Abraham Ilkley, West Yorkshire, Age 16

Wrenched Sam Pollock, Rob Shaw & Asa Newmarch

Belgium (in French with English subtitles) Ages 8-12

Greenwich, Greater London Age 14

Poxy’s Life Fifteen Children From Congo

Belgium (in French with English subtitles) Ages 8-12

Lifeguard Northern Stars Academy 2011

Ilkley, West Yorkshire Age 17

We Are The Ocean Confessions Lucy Mannall

Ilkley, West Yorkshire Age 17

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Screening

1.30pm Thursday 6 October 2011

3pm Thursday 6 October 2011

4.30pm Thursday 6 October 2011

Hoggsbottom Rise Victoria Bounds

Monday Mayhem Animation Station Workshop

Zombie Survival Guide Jonathon Aiken

Trapped Gemma Clarke

We Love Fairtrade Fulston Manor School

Mute Jemma Lowe

Creature Chat Nathan Wilkes

Career Choices Woodlawn School

The Sadness of King George Beechcroft St Paul’s Primary School

A Film Through Time Kate Folwell

When I Close My Eyes Wedmore First School

Crazy Chloe Parsons and Charlotte Gardener

The School on the Hill Booker Hill Primary School

Youth Within Hip-Hop Dance Claire Hough

Ludlow, Shropshire Age 14

Fire Sheep Enya Reed

Durham Ages 9-13

Dead Heads Escomb Primary School

Bishop Aukland, County Durham Ages 8-10

Bread Stick Suitcase Milatin Sarcevic, James Shepherd, Shauna Portlock & Louis Gilligan

Down To The Market Cambridge Film Consortium Workshop

Banbury, Oxfordshire Ages 11-13

Ludlow, Shropshire Age 14

Time Travelling News Mickley First School

Sittingbourne, Kent Ages 13-14

Stocksfield, Northumberland Ages 7-9

Like Father Like Son Academy of St Francis of Assisi Liverpool Ages 14-16

Red and the Wolf George Moore

Newcastle Ages 15-18

Yaxham, Norfolk Age 14

Banbury, Oxfordshire Ages 7-9

Eco Animation: Saving Our Planet Monika Umba

Lifeguard “Simply hilarious” ‘Lifeguard of ut A spoof documentary abo Strong. nard Ber ner win r’ Yea the

Hard Knocks Harrop Fold Specialist Arts College Manchester Ages 7-10

Chippenham, Wiltshire Age 14

London Age 18

Weymouth, Dorset Ages 9-10

Billericay, Essex Ages 17-18

Hornchurch, Greater London Age 17

classic tale A darker version of the Little Red Riding Hood.

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Internet Safety Fulston Manor School

Sittingbourne, Kent Ages 14-15

Youth Today Jude Leigh Kaufman Romford, Greater London Age 16

Wolverhampton Age 15

And the World Smiles Back Catch 22 Manchester, Agapao International & Brownhill School Referral Unit London Age under 19

Battered Northern Stars Academy 2011 Newcastle Ages 15-18

Con-Dem-Nation Lewis Bousfield

Romford, Greater London Age 18 ADVISORS CHOICE: Animation Red and the Wolf “Immensely creative”

North Weald, Essex Age 18

Cambridge Age 16

Fears Charlotte Glasson

Cambridge Ages 8-12 ADVISORS CHOICE: Comedy Performance

Whitley Bay, North Tyneside Ages 13-16

Wedmore, Somerset Ages 7-8

Durham Ages 9-15

Ilkley, West Yorkshire Age 17

Sleep Tight Hannah Ferriera & Rebecca Wholley

Screening

Screening

Rainham, Greater London Age 18 ADVISORS CHOICE:

These Scars Ayesha Tan-Jones

Mute “Very gripping”

Joy Division- Disorder Callum Moreman

Cinematography

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an abu A young mum witnesses help. neighbour and wants to

Chester Age 17

Airton, North Yorkshire Ages 17-18

ADVISORS CHOICE: Docudrama

Trapped “Thoughtprovoking and real” their dreams w follo to try rs Two teenage of life. ities real the with whilst dealing

The Open Door Dan Allen

Kelvedon, Essex Age 17

Youth Nathan Wilkes & Steve Airen Wolverhampton Ages 14-15

Mondays Dan Allen

Kelvedon, Essex Age 17

The Perfect Sunday Lucy Shepherd Beccles, Suffolk Age 18

ADVISORS CHOICE:

Experimental Filmmaking

These Scars “Powerfully visual” at raising ed aim film l An experimenta awareness of self-harm.

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Programme2011

6th-7th October 2011

Screening 12noon Friday 7 October 2011 Height Alfie Barker

Leeds Age 14

Letters from the future Ashton Hayes Going Carbon Neutral (Youth Group)

Cuddington, Cheshire Ages 11-13

There and Back Newhall Primary School

Bradford, West Yorkshire Ages 9 -10

MagicLand Churchfield and Houndsfield Primary Schools London Ages 7-8

Fatimata in Canada Eight Children From Burkina Faso Belgium (in French with English subtitles), Ages 8-12

Witness Alfie Barker

Leeds Age 14

The Horror of the Potionite Group at Consett Library

Consett, County Durham Ages 11-14

Nightmares From Hell Trinity Primary School Edinburgh Age under 19

Chemical Dust Jem Freiesleben

Hexham, Northumberland Age 16

Screening

1.30pm Friday 7 October 2011

3pm Friday 7 October 2011

4.30pm Friday 7 October 2011

Where Did We Go Wrong Michelle Smith, Aaron Cooper, Kyra Taylor, Neirin Hobson & Jacob Oldham

Letters of War Tim Bush & Nick Bush

Immersed Arabella Neale, Laura Cheese, Talisa Bergsen & Annabelle Swan

Blitz Sophie Greig, Charlie Manton & Catherine Ward Thomas

Marden Deaf Jobs Marden High School

Holmbury St Mary, Surrey Age 16

North Shields, North Tyneside Ages 14-16

Fireman Snowman Jacob Till

Wantage, Oxfordshire Ages 9-10

The Hunger Northern Stars Academy 2011

A Lifeless Life Pascale Kasirabo

Newcastle Ages 15 -18

Hounslow, Greater London Age 18

Inkdentity Monica Bollani

We Are Rockstars George Smith, Megan Knowles, Cat Dixon & Tom Cunningham

Beddau, South Wales Ages14-19

Towcester, Northamptonshire Age 5

Don’t Start Smoking Carswell School

Wantage, Oxfordshire Ages 10 -11

Hedgerow Tales Buchlyvie Primary School

Consett, County Durham Ages 11-14

Zombie Werehorse Gangsters From Outerspace Group at Consett Library

Screening

Screening

ADVISORS CHOICE: Emerging Talent Witness “Dramatic & entertaining” es a crime ess witn who dog The story of a et. stre t quie a on from a car parked

Buchlyvie, Stirling Ages 7-11

12 days of Christmas (The Letters) Carswell School

Wantage, Oxfordshire Ages 8-9

The Amazing Train Movie George Gower Wimborne, Dorset Age 14

One in a Million Broughton High School Edinburgh Age 15

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Watford Ages 10-13 years old

North Street Grande Carswell School Last Day Sam Hiorns

Milton Keynes Age 14

Beefy Bull Winchester House School

Towcester, Northamptonshire Age 12

The Gingerbread Man’s Day Out Tim Bush & Nick Bush Watford Ages 10-13

Katy & I Olly Newport

Worthing, West Sussex Age 16

Holmbury St Mary, Surrey Ages 16-17

Gemini Aimee Watts, Jo Bligh & Sarah Wichall

Holmbury St Mary, Surrey Ages 16-17

Lytchett Minster, Dorset Age 18

A trailer for Titanic Etherley Lane Primary

Bishop Auckland, County Durham Ages 8-10 Germinator

Gayhurst Community School

Counter Punch Digital Fish

London Ages 7-9

Battle of the Brave Alex Knill

Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire Age 14

Bristol Ages 11-19

Pontypridd, South Wales Age 17

Don’t Write Us Off Faith Yola Jara London Age 17

Water, Water Emma Denton

Lytchett Minster, Dorset Age 18 ADVISORS CHOICE: Documentary Filmmaking Katy & I “Entertaining & captivating” umentary doc d arte t-he A quirky and ligh Perry fan. about an obsessed Katy

All Alone Jack Bosworth, Derin Arnold & Tom Hart

All Creatures Andrew Skillen

Newcastle Age 17

Shrek 1, 2 and 3 Etherley Lane Primary School

Bishop Auckland, County Durham Ages 8-10

The Colossal Effect Marcus Delo & Bradley Watts

Harlot In Red - Amerette Matthew Gibson, Sam Jones, Madi Thorne, Bethan Wyliss, Elliot Howells & Ashley Hatch

Treorchy, South Wales Ages 14-19 ADVISORS CHOICE:

Skilled Editing

Immersed “Clever and slick” sequence for A suspense-filled opening ming pool. a thriller film set in a swim

Lytchett Minster, Dorset Age 18

Rat Aaron Gale

Holmbury St Mary, Surrey Ages 17-18

Lytchett Minster, Dorset Age 18

Lorita, A girl who’s not like the others Eight Children From Burkina Faso Belgium (in French with English subtitles), Ages 8-12

Paradox Alan Henry

Inverurie, Aberdeenshire Age 19

Alone Daniel Hollis

Nuneaton, Warwickshire Age 18

ADVISORS CHOICE:

Music Video

We Are Rockstars “Fresh and original” rock & roll in this sci-fi

Techno meets style music video.

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What’s on this year?

The Advisors’ Choice

Film Screenings

This year we received some truly fantastic entries. We thoroughly enjoyed watching every film that was sent in but there were a handful we thought really stood out as examples for other young filmmakers to aspire towards. Our Festival Advisors chose nine different categories of films meaning there’ll be at least one in every screening, so look out for the following titles:

The film screenings are at the heart of the festival so don’t miss out! This year we’ll be proudly presenting nearly one hundred films, each less than six minutes long and created by budding young filmmakers all under the age of nineteen. We’re sure you’ll enjoy their work and be inspired by their ideas, so be sure to book yourself a place in the cinema! Workshops, Talks and Drop-in Events A fantastic programme of exciting activities will run alongside the screenings this year. From screenwriting, acting and animation to special effects and filming in 3D, we’re sure there’ll be something that takes everyone’s fancy! Advisor Feedback Sessions Don’t miss the opportunity to talk to one of our expert Festival Advisors. They can give you friendly one-to-one feedback on your film and answer your questions about the film and media industry. Don’t forget to bring a copy of your film! See page five for booking information.

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NEW FOR 2011

Lifeguard (Advisors’ Choice for Comedy Performance) Red and the Wolf (Advisors’ Choice for Animation) Mute (Advisors’ Choice for Cinematography) These Scars (Advisors’ Choice for Experimental Filmmaking) And the World Smiles Back (Advisors’ Choice for Docudrama) Witness (Advisors’ Choice for Emerging Talent) Katy & I (Advisors’ Choice for Documentary Filmmaking) Immersed (Advisors’ Choice for Skilled Editing) We Are Rockstars (Advisors’ Choice for Music Video) We hope you’ll enjoy watching these films as much as we did!

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Workshops, Talks and Events

Thursday 6 October 2011

Drop – in Events

Short Events & Talks

Workshops

Special Effects Make-up (Beginners) Foyer, 11am – 3pm, suitable for all ages, FREE Join industry professional Amanda Maud-Hewitt and the team from Events Entertainment as you get to grips with some basic special effects make-up and create your very own cuts and scars. Not for the squeamish!

Experience TV! Level 3, 11am – 11:30am, suitable for all ages, FREE Explore TV production with our Museum Explainers in this 30 minutes fun and informative activity session. Look behind the scenes of a studio set and learn about the pre-production, production and post-production of TV shows.

Drawing on Film Level One, 11am – 2:30pm (plus screening at 4pm), suitable for all ages, FREE Have a go at drawing on 16mm film and play a part in creating a masterpiece the old-fashioned way! Be sure to watch the screening later on in the Cubby Broccoli theatre (booking required for screening.)

Secrets of Chromakey Level 3, 12pm – 12:30pm, suitable for all ages, FREE Discover the secrets of Chromakey with one of our Museum Explainers and learn how it is used in film. This is your chance to see the trickery behind Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak!

Filming in 3D 10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Take filming into the next dimension with Same Paechter of Boffin Projects as he helps you to learn new skills and create your very own 3D film clips. We’ll provide the 3D glasses!

Special Effects Make-up (Intermediate) Level 5, 11am – 3pm, Suitable for all ages, FREE Take your knowledge of special effects to the next level and create your own stitches, bruises and even learn how to use gravel! You will also get the chance to check out some prosthetic limbs and noses and see how this is used in film with some rare special effects pictures from the museum’s Hammer Collection.

Cinema Magic Cubby Broccoli Theatre, 1:30pm - 2pm & 2:30pm – 3pm, suitable for all ages, children £2, adults FREE Join us for a helter-skelter tour of a hundred years and more of cinematic trickery. Experience the wonders of special effects and the hilarious outcomes of climbing in and out of film with our unique, entertaining and informative show. We’re so sure this show will be a blast that we’ve put it on twice – it’s not to be missed! 16mm Film Screening Cubby Broccoli Cinema, 4pm, suitable for all ages, FREE A rare opportunity to come along and see the outcome of the ‘Drawing on Film’ drop-in session. See the story projected onto the big screen through the medium of 16mm film. Please note that for all drop-in events, workshops and talks participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (child/adult ratio 1:10 minimum.)

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Create, Make, Animate! 10:30am – 12:30 pm, suitable for ages 5+, £3 per person Let your imagination run wild and onto the screen! Create your very own animated adventure with sound effects and music, using ‘iCan Animate’ and ‘iMovie’, in this workshop brought to you by Laura Haughey, theatre and film director, actor and filmmaker. Laura specialises in delivering workshops suitable for special educational needs and is able to deliver sign language to a high standard. Acting for Film 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person If you’ve always wanted to act on the big or small screen then this is the workshop for you! Run by Laura Haughey, a professional director and actor trainer, this workshop gives you the opportunity to develop your skills both sides of the camera! Laura specialises in delivering workshops suitable for special educational needs and is able to deliver sign language to a high standard.

Lights, Camera, Action! 10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Want to make a film but don’t know where to begin? Join Professional film maker Joe Hepworth for this fun filled introduction to film making. Discover what makes the best storyline, shoot some footage in the museum and have a go at editing your footage into a 60 second clip. Screenwriting 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 14+, £3 per person During this workshop professional filmmaker and scriptwriter Joe Hepworth will introduce you to the art of writing scripts. Learn how to connect with your audience and discover how conflict can improve your drama. Joe will also show you how to correctly format your work and avoid the common mistakes that most writers make on their first scripts. Editing for Beginners 10:30am – 12:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Join Rad Miller in this introductory workshop to Final Cut Pro and learn the basic techniques on the editing software preferred by most industry professionals. (Footage will be provided for use in this workshop.) Editing Masterclass 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 12+, £3 per person Develop your editing skills further using Final Cut Pro with filmmaker Rad Miller and learn new techniques to take your editing skills to a higher professional standard. If you’ve already had a go on this software, this workshop will take your skills to the next level! (Footage will be provided for use in the workshop.) Please note that for all drop-in events, workshops and talks participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (child/adult ratio 1:10 minimum.)

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Workshops, Talks and Events

Friday 7 October 2011

Special Effects Make-up (Intermediate) Level 5, 11am – 3pm, Suitable for all ages, FREE Take your knowledge of special effects to the next level and create your own stitches, bruises and even learn how to use gravel! You will also get the chance to check out some prosthetic limbs and noses and see how this is used in film with some rare special effects pictures from the museum’s Hammer Collection.

Short Events & Talks

Drop – in Events

Experience TV! Level 3, 11am – 11:30am, suitable for all ages, FREE Explore TV production with our Museum Explainers in this 30 minutes fun and informative activity session. Look behind the scenes of a studio set and learn about the pre-production, production and post-production of TV shows.

Special Effects Make-up (Beginners) Foyer, 11am – 3pm, suitable for all ages, FREE Join industry professional Amanda Maud-Hewitt and the team from Events Entertainment as you get to grips with some basic special effects make-up and create your very own cuts and scars. Not for the squeamish!

Secrets of Chromakey Level 3, 12pm – 12:30pm, suitable for all ages, FREE Discover the secrets of Chromakey with one of our Museum Explainers and learn how it is used in film. This is your chance to see the trickery behind Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak!

Drawing on Film Level One, 11am – 2:30pm (plus screening at 4pm), suitable for all ages, FREE Have a go at drawing on 16mm film and play a part in creating a masterpiece the old-fashioned way! Be sure to watch the screening later on in the Cubby Broccoli theatre (booking required for screening.)

Cinema Magic Cubby Broccoli Theatre, 1:30pm - 2pm & 2:30pm – 3pm, suitable for all ages, children £2, adults FREE Join us for a helter-skelter tour of a hundred years and more of cinematic trickery. Experience the wonders of special effects and the hilarious outcomes of climbing in and out of film with our unique, entertaining and informative show. We’re so sure this show will be a blast that we’ve put it on twice – it’s not to be missed! Please note that for all drop-in events, workshops and talks participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (child/adult ratio 1:10 minimum.)

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16mm Film Screening Cubby Broccoli Cinema, 4pm, suitable for all ages, FREE A rare opportunity to come along and see the outcome of the ‘Drawing on Film’ drop-in session. See the story projected onto the big screen through the medium of 16mm film.

Workshops Acting for film 10:30am – 12:30pm (ages 15 +) & 1:30pm – 3:30pm (ages 14 and under) If you’ve always wanted to act on the big or small screen then this is the workshop for you! This 2 hour workshop gives you the opportunity to hone your acting skills for camera and is also open to budding directors. Run by Laura Haughey, a professional Director and actor trainer who also specialises in delivering workshops suitable for special educational needs and is able to deliver sign language to a high standard. Splat Animation! 10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 5+, £3 per person Bring plasticine to life in this exciting stop-motion animation workshop. Jack Lockhart, professional artist and animator, will teach you the skills needed to. help you make your own short animated film.

Lights, Camera, Action! 10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Want to make a film but don’t know where to begin? Join Professional film maker Joe Hepworth for this fun-filled introduction to filmmaking. Discover what makes the best storyline, shoot some scenes in the museum and have a go at editing your footage into a 60 second clip. Podcast Production 10:30am – 12:30pm & 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Venture into the field of modern radio production! Whether you’d like to be a presenter, DJ, writer or researcher you will get the chance to learn about interviews, documentaries and news production before recording your very own podcast! Music Technology 1:30pm – 3:30pm, suitable for ages 7+, £3 per person Learn how to create your own backing track or instrumental using state-of-the-art music technology and software that includes Garage Band, Logic, Reason and Cubase.

Please note that for all drop-in events, workshops and talks participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (child/adult ratio 1:10 minimum.)

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Thursday 6th October 2011 What's on?

Friday 7th October 2011 Where?

When?

Fee

Pre-booking required?

Screenings

What's on?

Where?

When?

Fee

Pre-booking required?

Screenings

Screening One

Pictureville Cinema

12pm - 1pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Five

Pictureville Cinema

12pm - 1pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Two

Pictureville Cinema

1:30pm - 2:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Six

Pictureville Cinema

1:30pm - 2:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Three

Pictureville Cinema

3pm - 4pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Seven

Pictureville Cinema

3pm - 4pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Four

Pictureville Cinema

4:30pm - 5:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Screening Eight

Pictureville Cinema

4:30pm - 5:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Drop-in Events

Drop-in Events

Special Effects Make-up (Beginners)

Level Five

11am - 3pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Special Effects Make-up (Beginners)

Level Five

11am - 3pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Drawing on Film

Level One

11am - 2:30pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Drawing on Film

Level One

11am - 2:30pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Special Effects Make-up (Intermediate)

Level Five

11am - 3pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Special Effects Make-up (Intermediate)

Level Five

11am - 3pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Pictureville Lobby

12pm - 5pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Advisor Feedback Sessions

Pictureville Lobby

12pm - 5pm

FREE

No - just show up!

Advisor Feedback Sessions Short Talks & Events

Short Talks & Events

Experience TV!

Level Three

11am - 11:30am

FREE

Yes - see page five

Experience TV!

Level Three

11am - 11:30am

FREE

Yes - see page five

Secrets of Chromakey

Level Three

12pm - 12:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Secrets of Chromakey

Level Three

12pm - 12:30pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Cinema Magic

Cubby Broccoli Theatre

1:30pm - 2pm & 2:30pm - 3pm

£2 (adults FREE)

Yes - see page five

Cinema Magic

Cubby Broccoli Theatre

1:30pm - 2pm & 2:30pm - 3pm

£2 (adults FREE)

Yes - see page five

16mm Film Screening

Cubby Broccoli Theatre

4pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

16mm Film Screening

Cubby Broccoli Theatre

4pm

FREE

Yes - see page five

Workshops Filming in 3D Create, Make, Animate! Acting for Film

Workshops Level Seven

10:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Acting for Film (ages 14 and under)

Level Seven

1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Action Zone One

10:30am - 12:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Acting for Film (ages 15 plus)

Level Seven

10:30am - 12:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Level Seven

1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Lights, Camera, Action!

Action Zone Two

10:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Lights, Camera, Action!

Action Zone Two

10:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Spat Animation!

Action Zone One

10:30am - 12:30pm & 1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Screenwriting

Action Zone Two

1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Podcast Production

Edit Suite

10:30am - 12:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Editing for Beginners

Edit Suite

10:30am - 12:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Music Technology

Edit Suite

1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

Editing Masterclass

Edit Suite

1:30pm - 3:30pm

£3

Yes - see page five

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The Co-operative British Youth Film Academy If you’re aged between 14 and 25 years and want to take part in making a full-length feature film, why not look into the Co-operative’s British Youth Film Academy? The BYFA is a cutting-edge film training school that, through offering hands-on film-making experience, bridges the gap between education and professional employability. The BYFA have a policy of ‘learning through doing’ meaning your talent will be nurtured and developed in a really hands-on way. You’ll get the support and training you need to become a skilled filmmaker and to kick-start your career in the film and media industry. To find out more visit www.byfa.co.uk

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