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Camera Stories: Filmmaking Workshop is located at The Reading Caterpillar, F 24 Nizamuddin West, New Delhi . User can find the complete detail on profile of Camera Stories: Filmmaking Workshop, along with option to book class online. Camera Stories: Filmmaking Workshop is engaged in the imparting education to students of all age group. Students and parent will also get the option to check subject wise fee they charge and compare the same with the other tuition / coachings nearby location.
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.