Apart from our film screenings we are thinking outside the box and starting to collaborate with organisations such as the BFI, Film Hub London and Skill set to offer a range of interesting projects to the community such as Shakespeare on Screen where we have programmed an evening of Shakespeare in Love with Drinks and an Animation sequence and how to make you own animation with a local primary school and our public library. We would like to offer a variety of programs for the community both relaxed interactive and our focal aim to offer workshops and training within film making. What we are looking for is to offer films and programs for the elderly, disabled and parents who are on low income or not working with possible childcare.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
I think it's a great idea because it will get people to feel positive about where they live and not needing to travel very far or pay big sums for film and event tickets. Through our arts projects we can create outdoor events such as screenings and music festivals.
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Penge Film & Arts Club successfully received a little sponsorship from the British Film Institute and Film London to do Shakespeare on Screen films for the local community aimed at Prime Senior Citizens, The disabled and their carers, volunteers and families on very low income. We are also doing a workshop interactive with animtion at Alexandra Junior School - teaching kids about Anti-bullying through Romeo and Juilet and making their own stories and films. This will increase literacy and teach children about working with diversity.
Applications for this funding round are now closed. Follow this page for info on the 2019 round.