24 Weeks is a filmmaking project open to anybody who is over 18 and not in fulltime education or employment. The project is split into two 12-week blocks of 4 hours per week and starts September 3rd. 24 Weeks is run by the Wayne Sables Project and is now based at The Civic, Barnsley.
Wayne Sables (Artistic Director) says ‘this is a fantastic opportunity for people to learn new skills or developing a on skills and interests they already have. The group will work with a team of specialist filmmakers/directors to learn filmmaking, script writing and editing skills. The group will write and produce their own series of short films and animations, addressing current issues that effect themselves and their community from their perspective.”
Do you want to make your own film? Then this is for you. Session dates and times are 3rd/10th/17th/24th Sept, 1st/8th/15th/22nd/29th Oct and 5th/12th/19th Nov 2012. Each session runs from 1-4pm and is completely free.
If you are interested, don’t hestiate to call and register your place.
t. 01226 327012
Founded in 2006 by Wayne Sables (Artistic Director) and Katie Pearson (Education and Community Director), Wayne Sables Project (WSP) is a dance theatre and film company. The company works with experienced practitioners from various backgrounds and nationalities nurturing their individuality and life experience to create work that is physically demanding, emotional and raw in its approach and performance. Appealing to a broad audience range, WSP challenges the perception of dance theatre through the use of human emotions. Through our film work we challenge perceptions of reality by creating short dance, non – fiction and social documentary films that question our place within society.
WSP has a distinctive Education and Community outreach programme. We offer supportive, creative environments in which people of different ages and abilities can participate and develop their skills in dance theatre and film. WSP believes all its work should inspire provoke and question, encouraging a sense of creative achievement. Our approach is person-centred, building confidence and self-esteem, and raising awareness of the social, physical and personal benefits dance can bring.