We run filmmaking workshops for the LGBTQ+ community. The workshops are taught by industry experts, provide invaluable skills and a great opportunity to meet like minded people. Attendees of our courses put their skills into practice, producing their own films and through them highlighting the topics they have chosen.
Films produced on our filmmaking projects have been screened at film festivals around the world including BFI Flare, SQIFF and Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival.
You can find out more details about our past projects here.
Please see below for upcoming workshops and more details on how you can register and sign up.
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As part of the E.D.E.N. Digital project we are hosting masterclasses on a range of filmmaking topics.
The masterclasses will cover topics such as storytelling through short films, creating a low budget film, cinematography, festival strategy and authentic storytelling.
All masterclasses are available for no cost and will be hosted via Zoom. The masterclasses are for ages 18+.
Click HERE to register your place for this masterclass.
Click HERE to read Abena Taylor-Smith’s biography.
You can find out more details of all our upcoming online events at our events page.
E.D.E.N. Digital, is an online filmmaking project for the LGBTQ+ community funded by Comic Relief’s LGBTQ+ COVID-19 Recovery Fund, in partnership with METRO Charity, Yorkshire MESMAC and Birmingham LGBT.