Previously at the ICA - Events
15 Nov 2014 – 16 Nov 2014
This event is fully booked. Please call Into Film on 020 3194 4311 or email if you would like to be added to the reserve list.
Take part in this free filmmaking workshop and be part of your own film crew to create a 60 second film. Over two days, you will work with filmmaker Alex Reuben to plan, shoot and edit a short film. The finished films will be screened for an audience as part of the Into Film Festival.
In small groups, you will work together to:
• Develop film ideas around a given theme
• Prepare a script
• Devise a storyboard
• Take on the responsibility of one of the key production roles including director, camera operator, sound and actor
• Shoot the key scenes for your film according to the script and storyboard
• Edit the footage into a 60 second film
Alex Reuben is an award winning filmmaker with a background as a DJ and in art and design.
Reuben makes movies characterised by dance, music and architecture. Routes (Dancing to New Orleans) – a road-movie set during Hurricane Katrina – was selected in the ‘Top 20 Movies of the Decade’ (Geoff Andrew, BFI/Time Out).
He has been commissioned by ACE, Sadler’s Wells, Channel 4 TV, DanceDigital and the BBC, with awards from British Council and Jerwood.
Reuben’s films are exhibited by Picturehouse and Curzon Cinemas. He is a lecturer at Camberwell and Central Saint Martins College of Arts and currently directing ‘Cinderella (RockaFela)’ for the Wellcome Trust.
This workshop is designed for ages 16-19. Please bring your smartphone, stills camera or whatever equipment you have to the workshop.