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10 second film workshop

Written by Lizzie Cain, 18th March 2014

10 Second Film Workshop
11am-4pm, Thursday 20th March
Calderstones Mansion House, Calderstones Park, Liverpool, L18 3JD
FREE

Channel 4, Edge Hill University, The Reader Organisation and City of Readers present a 10 second film workshop introducing budding film makers to the Unforgotten Coat onlineworld of Micro Films. Organised by Carl Hunter and Clare Heney, photographers behind the beautiful polaroids and design of The Unforgotten Coat (Frank Cottrell Boyce), and Nick Heaven. Over the day, you will learn more about the artform before creating your own 10 second film inspired by your favourite line of literature, your favourite novel or poem.

Films will be created on phones, so please bring your own if you have one, along with a packed lunch; tea and coffee are provided.

The workshop is FREE and open to all over 18, ideally those who have little or no experience with film.

Places are very limited, so please email Roisin Hyland to book: roisinhyland@thereader.org.uk.

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