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WHAT HAPPENS IN THE WORKSHOP

This workshop is a unique opportunity to be part of Chocolate Films’ Flagship documentary project 1000Londoners.com, the largest documentary project of a city online. During the workshop, participants produce a 3min documentary portrait film about a person living in London that is important to their community.

Participants work with close guidance from our facilitators to plan, shoot and edit their documentary. We shoot on location taking in turns to direct, interview the subject, operate the camera and record sound.  The workshops are fun, fast paced, and very practical. Participants need think on their feet and actively problem solve.  

WHO’S IT FOR

This workshop suits ages 13+, school groups, youth groups, young people with SEN or disabilities, community groups.

WHAT WE BRING

We provide Canon 550D/600D cameras, sound equipment and Mac laptops with Final Cut Pro X editing software.

SKILLS LEARNED

Documentary filmmaking, documentary form, camera and sound recording skills, editing, story development, interview techniques, communication, team work, confidence building.

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Why Choose Us?

Content Strategy

We’ll make sure you have the correct type of video content for your communication goals.

Script Development

Depending on the project we’ll create treatments, scripts or storyboards before the shoot.

Production

Our talented and experienced team will suggest the most effective crew to achieve your goals.

Kit

We own a wide range of camera, lighting, grip and sound and will suggest the right ones for the job.

Post-production

All of our films are edited, mixed and graded in our South London studios.

Distribution

We’ll advise on the right platforms to reach your audience and optimise your films to achieve your goals.