16 June 2018
9.30am - 1.00pm
Dunvegan Castle & Gardens
Bafta Scotland New Talent Award-winning filmmaker Robin Haig will lead a practical workshop on filmmaking and editing using a mobile phone, offering aspiring filmmakers the opportunity to use their own phone to make more interesting and experimental short films while learning new technical possibilities.
Robin Haig will give an introduction to filmmaking including; storyboarding, shot lists, composition, the use of different lenses as well as how to use natural light and sound. The workshop will allow participants to make a short film and edit it using one of the film editing apps available to their phone. Prior to the workshop, participants will be contacted about their phone and advised on which app to use depending on whether it is an iPhone or Android. Lens attachments will be available on the day to use by all participants and full instructions on how to use these will be given.
The short films will be perfect for instant social media or website content giving participants the opportunity to refine their filmmaking skills that can be developed further.
The workshop will be outdoors in Dunvegan Castle gardens with an editing tutorial indoors in one of the upstairs rooms at the castle.
Price: £35 includes entry ticket to Dunvegan Castle and Gardens and refreshments
Places are limited, for booking information email: email@example.com
Robin Haig is a director from the Scottish Highlands where she draws great inspiration for her work. Her films, both fiction and documentary, have screened internationally. They focus on human connectedness and examine our relationship with self, each other and the land. The intention behind her work is to inspire reflection and stimulate change within the viewer. Her aim is to take the audience on an emotional, thought-provoking and entertaining journey. Robin recently completed an MFA in Advanced Film Practice at Screen Academy Scotland, specialising in directing drama. Her graduation film Hula, starring Blythe Duff, won the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Drama.
The workshop is part of the associated public programme of the film installation Eglantine by Margaret Salmon, a film part funded and supported by ATLAS Arts in 2016, a beautiful meditative and enchanting account of a young girl’s real and fantastical adventure in a remote forest one evening.
Eglantine, 2016, is the debut feature film by Glasgow-based artist Margaret Salmon. Installed in Dunvegan Castle, Eglantine, is a beautiful meditative and enchanting account of a young girl’s real and fantastical adventure in a remote forest one evening. Through the film and nature study, we follow a girl and her encounters...