Are you between 16 and 18 years old and interested in film? Then you should join our film workshop led by actor Bjørn Kolstø and director and screenwriter Ingrid Marie Røine. The workshop runs over four days (two weekends) at Kunstnernes Hus.
Participants will develop their own project from the initial idea to the final product. They themselves choose a topic they want to work on and receive guidance throughout the process. Among other things, they receive practical training in the use of cameras, filming and editing. The workshop aims at motivating young people to discover or further develop their skills and abilities in filming and film production.
Only 12 spaces available! Click here to register.
Program: First weekend
The focus on the first weekend is to gather the group and develop a written film scene.
The focus of this weekend lays on recording and editing the film scene.
About the instructors
Bjørn Kolstø is an actor who also has a practical pedagogical education from the Oslo Academy of the Arts. He has worked as a theater teacher for several years and has teaching experience from schools and cultural schools all around the country. Since 2016, he works at the NSKI University College.
Ingrid Marie Røine is a Norwegian writer and director who lives and works in Oslo. She has a BFA in directing from the NSKI University College. Among other things, she created and directed the short films De etterlate (2016), Når ingen lenger drømmer (2017) and Blå (2018).
For inquiries about the workshop contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is free of charge thanks to the generous support from Viken Filmsenter and Norsk Filmklubbforbund.