Recognizing the important role shorts have in cinema, storytelling, and culture, Sundance Institute presents Shorts Workshop: London to help empower the next generation of artists.
Made a short film or just starting out, this Saturday seminar of Sundance-organised panels and discussions will offer first-hand advice, insight and access into the world of story development, production, working with cast and crew, and will help you to get the most out of making and presenting your short film.
Experienced filmmakers will talk on stage about the finer points of their craft – how to work with characters and dialogue in a script; how to work with cinematographers, editors and all crew to create a healthy and collaborative experience; working with actors to give what they need to embody the film on screen; and going from working in shorts to various career opportunities. Short Film Programmers from the Sundance Film Festival will discuss how the festival works and how to navigate the festival world at large. All panel discussions will leave plenty of time open for Q&A from the audience.
Audience participation is encouraged!
Dates and times
- 26 April – 12.30pm - 6pm
Cineworld at The O2