Project ID - TIS000740
Film Production Mentoring The purpose of the Film Production Mentoring project is to assist Year 10- Year 14 students at Hazelwood Integrated College in the practical production of short films for their assessed coursework. Students are working towards Film Studies, Moving Image Arts or Moving Image production courses and need to make well-constructed, narrative-based short films. If you have skills in film production or lens based media, and would be interested in assisting students, we would be delighted to hear from you.

There is 3 places on this project and 3 places left

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Project offered at

Hazelwood College
BT36 7ES


Joanne Fitzpatrick

Student Skills

Moving Image/ lens based media.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improvement in film production

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Development of mentoring/teaching skills. Development of film production skills. Deadline management.

Extra Information

Though we have an end date of June, this is totally open to negotiation and we will work with you to pick a convenient timescale.

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