Home is where the art is in this project by Ashton John Films. Home Project will ask the residents of the borough to reflect on the past and look to the future as they answer the question - what does home mean?
A series of short films exploring the lives of residents both old and new will aim to paint a picture of the community that calls our borough home. Home Project will shine a light on individual characters that show the broad spectrum of inhabitants, their contributions and how they have built their own legacies, how they have built a home, and what this has involved.
Home project: Mobile phone filming workshops
Home? What does it mean to you?
Shoot and edit a film to represent what home in Waltham Forest means you. At Lea Bridge Road Library.
Free hands-on workshop, learn how to shoot and edit using your mobile phone. Become part of The Home film Project.
This is a two-part workshop,
Sign up here
The first workshop is on Sunday the 19 of October. 12noon-3pm
Learn how to structure the narrative of your film, scripting, and framing. Followed by a practical session of the best ways to shoot and interview, visual and sound and how to get the best out of filming with your phone. Ready to film around your area capturing your story.
Second Workshop: Editing 26 of October. 12noon-3pm
On the return, attendees will learn how to organise and edit their capture video footage using mobile phone editing application. Films are then presented to the group of filmmakers.
Logistics: Participants will need to provide a mobile phone with at least 2 GB of free space. IOS 8 or above Android 7.0 and above.
About Ashton John
Artist and filmmaker Ashton John is an award-winning filmmaker, specialising in documentary films. Ashton’s films are about people for people, aiming to inspire change and raise social awareness. In his latest project, Ashton aims to delve deeper into the fabric of the Waltham Forest community and shine the spotlight on our brilliant borough.
Part of the Make it Happen Fellowship Funding programme.