FILM STORIES BY YOUTH
ON GENDER EQUITY
DPV Health, Cinespace Inc and partners in Hume and Whittelesea want to invite you to a FREE short- film making and story-telling workshop.
Are you between the age of 16-24 years? We want to hear your stories, experiences and views on gender and help you tell them through film. The workshop includes: 2 sessions of discussion on gender and the basics of filmmaking, followed by 3 filmmaking sessions and 1 film editing session. You will be awarded a certificate upon completion.
Due to Covid-19 changes, these workshops will now be delivered virtually, via Microsoft Teams. Links to access the workshops will be sent via email. (films may be made individually on smartphones, or in small groups, depending on the evolving social distancing situation).
There are two local communities/groups available:
Starts TBC (2020)
Check flier here for all workshop dates. Some filmmaking may also take place outside the workshop dates.
Register at dpvgenrespect2.eventbrite.com.au
We welcome people of all backgrounds, abilities, cultures and faiths. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work.
For further information, send us an e-mail at: email@example.com
The project is an initiative of DPV Health, supported by Cinespace Inc., Banksia Gardens, GPAN,
Hume City Council & Youth Services, City of Whittlesea, City of Whittlesea & Baseline