Lab IV: Audio-Visual and Storytelling Lab
Freetown Film Labs is a British Council programme which aims to support the development of skills required by young and emerging filmmakers, towards the development of documentary or scripted concepts to produce short films of high quality, leading to creation of job opportunities and prosperity in Sierra Leone in the long term. The programme which is co-delivered by Freetown Media Centre (Sierra Leone) and Nova Studios (UK)offers a fantastic opportunity to learn new skills, consolidate old ones, build new networks and immerse yourself in filmmaking.
The Audio-Visual and Storytelling Lab (all female lab), is the fourth in a series of five labs which make up the Freetown Film Labs. This lab will take place 01 - 05 February 2021 and will focus solely on developing the audio-visual and storytelling skills for short form documentary and commercial film production only.
The Audio-Visual and Storytelling Lab (all female lab), will be a five-day capacity building lab to support young and emerging female filmmakers, who are looking to enhance their audiovisual and story-telling capabilities. The lab will involve interactive exercises, peer-led activities, experienced trainers, etc. During the labs, all participants will work as part of a small team to produce a 2-minute short documentary or promotional film using basic equipment.