This is our fourth week of our brilliant Filmmaking Workshops! The classes are led by fantastic local filmmaker, Chris Fallen. Participants have the opportunity to learn about all aspects of filmmaking, with hands-on experience! This is a unique opportunity that should not be missed for any budding filmmaker, cinematographer, or sound technician. The end piece by the group is going to be a heritage film of Greenock – a lasting document for generations to come.
In this weeks Filmmaking workshop, the participants were talking to local historian Eric Webster about Broomhill from the 60’s through to present day in a more formal interview setting in front of our green screen.
Next week the class will be looking at old maps and photographs of the Broomhill area to give the viewer a better idea of how it’s developed from open farm land to bursting at the seems with industry in the present in a less formal shooting environment, utilising mostly natural light, with the opportunity to experiment with camera angles and framing, whilst capturing both Eric’s commentary and detail shots of the maps and photo examples he has selected.
Classes are FREE and open to all ages!
Come on the day to the Broomhill Art Flat (to gain entry, press number “12” on the keypad to be buzzed into Broomhill Court),
12 Broomhill Court, Ann Street, Greenock, PA15 4ET
Contact RIG Arts on 01475 649359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.