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Come and join City Eye and the John Hansard Gallery for Film School fun, make friends AND learn how to make short films. Film School is a great opportunity for children of all ages and ability to have fun and get involved with filmmaking. During the October half term young filmmakers can come and be part of the cast and crew making their own films inspired by films showing at the Gallery, such as those by Imogen Stidworthy, as part of British Art Show 8 which comes to Southampton this autumn. We think Imogen Stidworthy's work will inspire an exciting exploration of the film noir, thriller and spy film genres.
Level 1 (age guide 7-11yrs)
Date Tuesday 25th October 2016
Venue John Hansard Gallery
Southampton is the final stop on the British Art Show 8 tour, with the exhibition showing at locations across the city in Autumn 2016. The Film School workshops will start with a look around the exhibition to gather inspiration for the films, if any young people and their families would like to see the exhibition before or after Film School you can as BAS8 runs from 9 October until 14 January 2017- and is free to enter.
As always Film School participants get to use professional filmmaking equipment to develop camera and editing skills whilst having loads of fun! Working in groups according to age, ability and friendships they will learn all aspects of the filmmaking process - from story idea to editing. As part of these film school workshops, you can also work towards a Discover Arts Award.
Films produced during Film School will then be shown at Southampton Film Week's special Film School Red Carpet Screening event on Sunday 13 November - open to everyone you can bring friends and family to share the experience of seeing your film on the big screen.
Visit Southampton Film Week for all the latest SFW16 news!
British Art Show is a national touring exhibition that provides a vital overview of some of the most exciting contemporary art produced in the UK. Organised by Hayward Touring at Southbank Centre, London, and taking place every five years, it introduces a broad public to a new generation of artists. After opening in Leeds Art Gallery in October 2015, British Art Show 8 will tour to multiple venues across Edinburgh, Norwich and Southampton over the course of 15 months, presented in Southampton at John Hansard Gallery and Southampton City Art Gallery. This will be the third time Southampton has hosted this prestigious show, the last time being in 2000 with British Art Show 5.
Visit the John Hansard Gallery website to find out more about British Art Show 8.