Are you an aspiring filmmaker who wants to get that first programme made? Or are you just looking for something exciting and different this summer?
If so, WORLDwrite's School of Citizen TV WORLDbytes, is providing FREE access to film training, facilities, tuition and media opportunities to young people under 25 years of age.
Throughout this training package over the Summer holidays, a team of experienced tutors will take participants through core production elements to produce programmes for online broadcast. Participants will learn camera work, sound recording, lighting, public speaking, interview technique and much more.
Previous participants comments...
"There is nothing quite like WORLDbytes. It has provided me with the skills which will help me stand out in this competitive industry. WORLDbytes has boosted my confidence in front of a camera; and it has introduced me to a network of creative people."
"WORLDbytes covers ideas and problems that the mainstream media refuses to touch, let alone present to the public making it an amazing and worthwhile experience."
Although volunteers must be aged 16-25 to take part, no previous experience or CVs are required, just an interest in social issues.
No one who applies will be turned away but everyone interested needs to get an application in fast and attend an introductory evening on Thursday 19th July in Hackney, London E5, to go through what is involved. To apply, go online.
The charity also offers internships and work experience placements.
Official Link: http://www.worldbytes.org/become-a-volunteer/