Outreach with The RSC
'Learning Performance Network'
Love Me to Death’s Education Evening on the 9th of November 2016 was a fantastic success with guests from professional theatre, London schools, Youth Charities and YOTs all in attendance.
The performance received rave reviews and was followed by a fascinating Q&A with the RSC’s Robin Belfield, Teacher and Education activist Olivia Eaton, and IYT Graduate and Outreach member Kwame Reed.
Building relationships and facilitating these conversations are part of what Intermission Outreach is all about and we look forward to holding our next Education Event after Easter.
For more information about Intermission Outreach or to enquire about our workshops/a corporate booking, please contact our Artistic Director Darren@intermission.org.uk
Action Film Training was an intensive two-week course covering the basics of multi-genre filmmaking for young people with serious aspirations to work in film.
Aimed at 18-24 year olds, 12 participants took part on the course in September 2016, with a high representation of female and BAME filmmakers.
Participants demonstrated a high level of commitment as this was not a course for the faint hearted. In just ten days they covered everything from writing to directing, editing to sound, cinematography to producing.
Using both their smart phones and professional equipment, the participants were split into teams and created two films – a documentary on the subject of their choice and a dramatic scene shot using Intermission actors.
At the end of the course every participant was given their own hard drive to keep their work on, a certificate of completion and some industry contacts to help them on their way. All the participants produced incredible work and we’re so excited to see what they do next!
This programme was supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, with BFI’s Film Forever National Lottery funds.