This 5-day workshop with Filmmaker, Writer and Teacher, Samina Mishra, introduces participants to the language of visual storytelling. It takes them through the steps of making a short film, from brainstorming ideas to shooting and editing. Focussing on concepts and narrative skill-building, the workshop encourages participants to reflect on their world and express themselves in meaningful and playful ways.
Participants are required to bring a simple camera (even phone cameras will do) and should have laptops with basic editing software, for example, iMovies or Filmora.
Age group: 12-14 years
Fees: INR 7500
About the workshop facilitator
Samina Mishra is a documentary filmmaker, writer and teacher based in New Delhi, with a special interest in media for and about children, and in the ways that the arts can be included in education. Her work includes Stories of Girlhood, three films on growing-up as a girl-child in India, Home and Away, a multi-media exhibition on immigrant children, Nehru’s Children, an archival research project on the archive of the Children’s Film Society of India and My Sweet Home: Childhood Stories from a Corner of the City, a book that comes out of a creative writing and art workshop designed to encourage self-expression and creative practice in children. She is the co-curator of Soundphiles, an experimental listening experience, at the Asian Women’s Film Festival, and is currently teaching a Film Studies programme at Pathways World School, Noida and collaborating on Torchlight, a web journal on libraries and bookish love.
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