Peter Brooke is leading the new initiative and has set up the film workshop below. It is a great opportunity for old and young alike to get into the possibilities of creative use of technology.
Please see below and let Peter know if anyone wants to come along. I am going, and there are quite a few artists signed up too.
1 day workshop on learning the Art of MObile JOurnalism by John Whyte Venables specialist in television and multi-media reporting and pioneer of MObile Journalism
15th April - The Bank Arts Centre – Eye – IP23 7AN. 09:30 – 16:00. Suggested minimum donation of £25 for the day.
Find out more about the benefits using smartphones and tablets to film and edit on mobile devises at http://www.johnwhytevenables.co.uk/
Know why iPhone filming is the way forward in media from film director Steven Soderburgh who says “[I]will find it difficult to return to conventional filmmaking after relying on Apple's device for principle shooting [my latest film “Unsane”].
To enable a high level of personal tuition and Q+A; there will be only 12 place - please book early at http://www.thebankeye.org/contact.html
John is doing this workshop pro-bono in aid of Eyes Open Community Interest Company - The Bank Arts Centre whose costs are £400/week to provide the community this wonderful asset.
His normal business rate for this workshop would be in excess of £150/person, we are requesting a minimum donation of £25 for the day.
John will loan use of all the necessary equipment on the day; iPhones, mini-tripods, microphones etc.
If you would like to take your work home; please bring your own smart phone with pre-load apps, we suggest these free visions:-
· For Apple; The default camera app and iMovie
· For Android; Filmic Pro and Kinemaster (we don’t recommend The default camera app)
We can provide a light lunch to order - soup, roll, cake and tea or coffee - £7.00