We deliver award-winning participatory film workshops for young people, professionals, academics and community groups.
Bringing together eight years of experience in facilitating practical & ethnographic filmmaking courses, we devise our bespoke workshops in collaboration with you. They’re tailored according to the age and experience of the participants, and developed to explore ideas and themes that work for your group.
Participants produce, film and edit short documentaries using professional equipment and learn about the theoretical and ethical factors they need to consider when making films.
We’ve worked with schools, universities, local councils, museums and many other prestigious organisations including the British Film Institute, the Royal Anthropological Institute, the British Council and the Georgian Film Council.
Several of the short films have been screened at international film festivals and across the UK and we’re delighted that a significant number of our alumni have progressed onto documentary making careers in international development, television, charities and the independent sector.
For an example of our work in collaboration with UEA’s International Development students see: www.viewnr4.co.uk