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Film (Skills)
12-18s: Fridays

The 12-18s Film group is our dedicated class for movie and cinema buffs. You will learn how to shoot and edit your own films, as well as how to act for screen. This class is suitable for both those who wish to be on-camera and those who wish to direct, edit or write behind the scenes.

Are there currently spaces available? No. This group is now full. Please sign-up to the waiting list to be notified when spaces are available for September 2024. Alternatively, email james@strangetown.org.uk to find out more.

Location: Broughton St Mary’s Church, Bellevue Crescent, EH3 6NE

Dates: Friday 19th April – Friday 14th June

Class Times: 4.30-6.30pm (2 hours)

Term Fee: £115

Free and discounted places are available. Please visit our Access Fund – Bursaries page for more information.

For more information, please contact james@strangetown.org.uk

Photos below by Andy Catlin and Charlie Park-Long.


Age group: 12-18
Dates: 4.30-6.30pm, Friday 19th April - Friday 14th June
Venue: Broughton St Mary's Church, Bellevue Crescent

Staff Members

Daniel Orejon

Workshop Leader: Friday 12-18s Film

Daniel Orejon is a theatremaker and performer. He has been commissioned by the Edinburgh Multilingual Stories Festival and collaborated with Scottish Youth Theatre and the Edinburgh International Science Festival. He is the artistic director of the Crested Fools, with whom he has created ‘Becquer’s Legends’ and his first solo show ‘The Rotting Hart’. He specialises in projects that focus on multiculturalism, queerness and mental health, with a special fondness for all things Hispanic.

Charlie Park-Long

Workshop Assistant: Friday 12-18s Film & Tuesday 12-18s Improv Comedy

Charlie is a young and inspiring filmmaker working with Strange Town to help teach film and theatre to other young people. He is on the Autistic spectrum and he uses that to drive his passion for film. Film has been a huge passion of his for many years and he is enthused to have the chance to teach it to people, with the hope that those people he teaches will have the same passion as him. He’s most looking forward to talking and discussing film with his group. He is very excited to start this journey and happy to be working with Strange Town.

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