Are you, or your kids, the next hard-hitting documentary maker just waiting for a chance to see what you’ve got?
Baboró wants to help any budding filmmakers find their feet with a workshop this weekend on how to capture the heart of a subject in just one minute of film.
During this workshop with documentary filmmakers James Ward and Susan Roche you’ll learn how to create one-minute personal video portraits.
Capture aspects of your life; the things like, you love, your pet peeves or what you flat out loooaaathe. Bring along a personal item like a football, instrument, just anything that makes you, You.
In this age where every moment is a potential selfie, this workshop will guide you to consider the sort of content you share with the world and how to make it awesome
'Doing a documentary is about discovering, being open, learning, and following curiosity.' Spike Jonze. This Sat, Nov 24th your child (10 -15yrs) can work with 2 filmmakers to create their own 1 min documentary. Full details and tickets: https://t.co/asg7FkvMTa pic.twitter.com/CX8La7Rakc
— Baboró International Arts Festival for Children (@BaboroGalway) November 20, 2018
This one day workshop at the Galway Film Centre, Cluain Mhuire is for young people aged 10-15.
It will take place this Saturday, November 24 from 10am to 4pm.
Anyone taking part is advised to bring a packed lunch unless you really want your hangry side to come out on camera.
Tickets for this workshop are €25 and can be booked with Baboró online here.
Free parking is available at the Cluain Mhuire campus, and the 403 bus route stops at the Monivea road opposite Wellpark Industrial Centre 3 mins walk from Galway Film Centre.