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4 documentary workshops at the Frontline Club

documentary editingAside from the great documentary screenings it hosts, London’s Frontline Club also organise workshops for filmmakers and journalists on a regular basis. Here are four events we think you’ll like.

From storytelling to social media, the new season of training events at the Frontline Club has it all.

What is your concept of success? How can you scout locations more carefully? And how do you use sound to your advantage once you’ve entered the edit suite? Check out the below courses all aimed at enhancing your skillset and you’ll find the answers to these questions.

Workshop: Documentary Storytelling

Friday 17 May 2013, 10.00 AM – 5.30 PM
This one-day workshop will address the challenge of storytelling in documentary.

Workshop: Storytelling for the Edit

Saturday 1 June 2013, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
This one day workshop will inspire participants to think about storytelling from an editor’s perspective.

Workshop: Digital Bootcamp Remastered

Friday 21 June, 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
If you’re feeling overwhelmed about social media and all things digital, then Digital Bootcamp will show you how to create a manageable strategy and use available tools to get your films made and seen. You will learn how to reach and engage audiences in new and exciting ways, and how to measure the impact of your endeavours.

Two-Day Workshop: Guerrilla Filmmaking with What Took You So Long?

Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 June, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
This two-day workshop will teach you about guerrilla filmmaking as an informal and flexible method of working, which can be adapted to fit the situation, culture, country, and people you are shooting.

For more workshops, check out the Frontline Club’s website.


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Alexandra Zeevalkink is a Dutch-born journalist living in London who founded DocGeeks in August 2011 in order to have a legitimate excuse to watch every documentary under the sun. She freelances for various publications and writes mainly about documentaries and the film production industry. When she is not blogging or watching films, she enjoys theater, photography and reading loads of books. She is always on the look out for potential partnerships with other creative minds.

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