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Here are some examples of films that have been made on our Brighton Film Workshops.

Documentary

We set the workshop students on the one-day “ONE DAY DOCUMENTARY FILM SCHOOL” the ultimate challenge.

From 10am to 5pm, the 9 participants which we divided into two teams had to: come up with an idea, plan a shoot, shoot interviews, general views and cutaways, review the footage and edit the film. All within one day!

Drama

On the “Practical Drama” workshop, we do practical training on directing and camera techniques, we workshop drama ideas, rehearse scenes and then shoot the scenes with all participants playing vital roles in the film shoot (including as actors!) At the end of the day, we edit the scene and then show the finished film to the group. All in one day!

Here’s an example of a film shot on the “ONE DAY DRAMA FILM SCHOOL” workshop.

Here’s an example of a film shot on the “Practical Drama” workshop.

Here’s an example of a film shot on the “Practical Drama” workshop – called “Justin” on April 10th 2011

On the “Practical Drama Directing: Direct & Shoot A Scene” workshop, all the workshop students direct a scene from a Hollywood movie working with two working actors using professional video equipment.

Here’s one sample scene from American Beauty that one of our students directed. We’re going to be putting other scenes up on Youtube over the next few weeks and have links to them here. Enjoy!

1 Day Film Workshop for 11-16 Year Olds

We set the students on our 1 Day Film Workshop for 11-16 Year Olds the challenge of making a film in a day! Here’s the result – we actually made 2 films in the day. Enjoy!

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3 Day Film Workshop for 11-16 Year Olds

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