Join us at one of our FREE workshops in Hull, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds to find out how you can make a film that could end up on Channel 4.
Workshops are open to anyone aged 16-24 living or studying in the North of England, whether you’re an experienced filmmaker or have an ambition to make your first short film.
Random Acts supports “bold, innovative expressions of creativity”, so if you’re a visual artist, writer, dancer, musician, filmmaker or simply have a creative flare, there are no restrictions on what type of film you can create!
You’ll come out with plenty of tips on how to develop your vision for a short film. And who knows, with the help of Random Acts North, you could be watching your film on Channel 4 in the near future!
Confirmed workshop dates and details are as follows:
Thursday 23 February, 1.30pm – 3pm in Hull
Join the Random Acts North team in Hull as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017 celebrations. As well as hearing from our team of industry professionals, you’ll have a chance to meet Random Acts North filmmaker Lizzie Klotz, who created the original short film To Suit.
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Save the date – we’re coming to FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool. Joining our team in Liverpool is choreographer and director Josh Hawkins, whose short film for Random Acts North, The Blackest Day, was broadcast recently on Channel 4.
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Come and meet the Random Acts North team at Site Gallery in Sheffield.
Click HERE to book your FREE place for our Sheffield workshop.
Join us at Leeds Young Film Festival to find out how you can make a film that could end up on Channel 4.
Click HERE to book your FREE place for our Leeds workshop.