How We See The Sea
Free Filmmaking Workshop
Open to all
3rd and 4th March 2018
COAST offices, Old Tennis Pavilion, LamLash, Arran
Book in advance: 0777 928 7010 or
Would you like to explore your relationship to the sea and take part in the production of a new video?
We are looking for people who are keen to take part in a free filmmaking workshop that will help equip them with the skills they need to share their stories about the sea.
Who is it for?
This workshop really is for anyone interested in helping us tell different stories of how we relate to the sea. No previous experience necessary. Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult.
This weekend workshop will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to work as part of a group to make a video that will end up being screened all over Scotland, with your name in the credits!
Topics covered will include: basic video techniques, archival screening, editing in camera, green screen, experimental filmmaking, storytelling and interview techniques.
In order to take part you need do not need anything at all. Everything will be provided, including light refreshments.
COAST offices, Old Tennis Pavilion, Lamlash, Arran
Workshop places must be booked in advance.
To book a place please phone 07779287010 or e-mail your name and contact details to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The finished film will be part of a new multi-art form project that aims to spark a Scotland-wide conversation about our relationship to the seas and oceans. The film will be toured in partnership with LUX and Regional Screen Scotland. Launching at Coast on Arran in June 2018, the tour will go on to Atlas Arts, Skye; Taigh Chaersabhagh, North Uist; Timespan, Helmsdale; DCA, Dundee; Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh; and to Barra, Ullapool and Gairloch with Regional Screen Scotland’s mobile ‘Screen Machine’. A final legacy documentary of the tour plus the film screenings will also mark Scotland’s National Marine Centre grand opening in 2020.