Filmmaker and activist Treasa O’Brien is coming to Belfast to teach us how to make films!
If you’re a budding or fully-fledged feminist activist who would like to learn more about making films for your cause please apply. Activists often work under pressure without a budget, time or fancy equipment. This is a great opportunity to gain skills and knowledge from an innovative and inspiring filmmaker. The workshop will last for three hours.
There are only ten places so don’t wait around! To book a place apply to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, a little bit about yourself and your level of filmmaking experience, whatever that may be.
This workshop is part of WANDA, a four day feminism and moving image event and the first of its kind in Belfast. The event will include film screenings, talks, performances and panel discussions on subjects relating to feminist moving image practice, and how feminism continues to inform and inspire moving image works of many forms.