Free Film Workshops May and June 2021 – Sign up NOW!

Bookings are open! Click here to go to the booking page

A creative filmmaking club for young people. You’ll develop ideas, get to work with professional cameras, and do some animation too!

We’re looking for super creative children to take part in this project. Places will be given out to those who live close to the venue (Chelmsford) and if possible to those who are eligible for Free School Meals.

Dates – Children must attend all dates:
All Saturday’s in May: 1st May, 8th May, 15th May, 22nd May, 29th May
Monday 31st May – Tuesday 1st of June – Wednesday 2nd June

Age groups:
8 – 10-year-olds each day from 10 am to 12.30 pm
11 – 13-year-olds each day from 1.30 pm to 4 pm

Arts Award Certificate!
As well as getting to learn from some amazing and current professionals working in the film and creative industries children will also get a certificate – their first Arts Award – Discover. Arts Awards are a great way to recognise the learning and achievements of the young people taking part!

Possible Screening:
If COVID-19 allows we will hold a screening of the young people’s film on the BIG SCREEN!

The theme of the project is: ‘Cut-Out’ We’ll be looking at Anne Knight Chelmsford Activist and creating film content that engages people in thinking about inequalities and what they mean in our modern society!

With thanks to Arts Council England and our crowdfunders for funding this project.

Victoria Button founder and director of Artimate has teamed up with Kelli Sellwood local activist and poet and Rehmat Rayatt International award-winning filmmaker and other local artists to develop and deliver this free programme.

Thank you to everyone who donated to the Anne Knight Hidden Black History Fund as you have made this project possible!

If you would like to donate you still can to help us in our quest to make Anne Knight (activist) who fought tirelessly for equality for all races and the immediate abolishment of slavery a household name. While also engaging children in creative learning about activism and our history.

More workshops will be developed for the Summer and Autumn months.