2022 Programme Overview
Chocolate Films Workshops will work with the young people to create six short films which celebrate and showcase the talent in the city and promote hope for the future.
When is it?
14-19th Feb 2022 Free for 15-25 year old Londoners.
The workshop will be held at Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Rd, Bethnal Green, London E1 4UJ and run from 10am-3pm every day.
The workshops will run for 6 days with up to 40 participants.
The programme will consist of 6 full day training sessions, exploring the process of filmmaking from pre-production focusing on story development, script-writing and storyboarding to production where the crew will use professional filmmaking equipment to tell their stories.
During the last sessions of the programme, the crew will be taken through the post-production stage where they will have the opportunity to review their footage and learn editing skills.
“Don't forget to sign up to secure your place on 2022 LDN Filmmakers. Applications close on the 7th Jan at 9am. Sign up today!!"
Mayor of London
“Frankie participated in all the sessions we ran, she also completed an Arts Award certificate with us on how to be a facilitator. She then came to help us run film and animation workshops. In addition she came to work on shoots on productions and continues to do so."
“Want to work or study in film? 2022 is the year for you. Sign up to LDN Filmmakers today and get started towards your new career'
The Programme for 2022
Funded by London’s Violence Reduction Unit, designed and delivered by Chocolate Films, LDN Filmmakers places an emphasis on giving young people a platform for their views, opinions and perspectives. Through writing, directing and production, participants are encouraged to share their stories of life in London -stories that tend to be overlooked or misrepresented in mainstream media.
You can watch some of the films, or go behind the scenes to see how the programme has helped participants shape valuable skills for the future. From communication to teamwork to self-belief, film-making has the power to unlock potential in many ways.
London’s Violence Reduction Unit
Working with people and organisations from within communities where violence is prevalent, we try to understand the complex causes of violence and, working together, prevent it from happening. We know that the best time to stop violence is before it starts. We use research, data and intelligence to better understand why violence occurs.
We champion and promote the voice of young people.
London’s VRU listens to local people and works alongside communities to push for greater investment to deliver local change.
We are committed to an approach that is rooted in prevention and early intervention, and ensure our focus and investment creates genuine positive opportunities for involvement.
Don’t miss out, apply now for your spot!
Our previous year
2020 LDN Filmmakers
The LDN Filmmakers had one week to create a short film that reflected social issues that young people currently face in London.