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Max Webber Library

Flushcombe Road

Blacktown, NSW 2148

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Digital Short Story/Film Making Workshop and three Award winning Children Short movies Screening

Blacktown City Max Webber Library in Collaboration with the Sri Lanka Association of NSW present this Workshop and movie screening event, for both children and adults. It is proven that story telling is very highly recognised and influential medium of social interaction, sharing, understanding and social cohesion.

Saturday 2 November 2019
Max Webber Function Centre, Flushcombe Road, Blacktown (Blacktown main Library)

from 9am to 1.30pm Workshop and 2pm to 3.30pm three children short movie screening

This workshop is conducted by highly acclaimed, award winning children book writer and a children short film director who served as a deputy director of Events/Programs and Childrens Programs of Sri Lankan National Television (The Sri Lanka
Rupavahini Corporation)

The intended topics to be covered in the workshop are:
  • Introduction to story board writing
  • Introduction to camera frames
  • Script writing
  • Introduction to location selection/breakdown
  • Recording and music selection
  • Filming and editing by using smart phone or a digital camera
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to produce a short film either individually or part of a group.

We intend to select best 4 creations on the day. Those selected 4 will be uploaded to “one minute junior website” and will also be screened in a Children’s program on Sri Lanka National Television.

What you need to bring: A smart phone or digital camera. A book and a pen to take notes

Participants will be presented with a certificate.

We encourage both the Sri Lankan and wider communities to participate in this workshop and screening.

2pm to 3.30pm
Screening of 3 award winning children's short movies (Subtitled).
These three short films are directed by Mr Pathmasiri Fernando who will be conducting the workshop.
The funds raised by this workshop and film screening will be utilised to establish a children theatre facility named after late Dr Salamon Fonseka who pioneered the Rupavahini Children’s Programme Unit in Sri Lanka National Television. Once the Children's Theatre is established, many talented, young individuals will have the opportunity to develop their skills on short film and television program production.

Registration is required. Please go to Eventbrite link to register

For more information please call, 0424 960 800 or 0452 231 383

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