Wilde Young Producers

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Wilde Young Producers

Wilde Young Producers is a new and improved course building on the success of Missed Out – our previous course for young people with an interest in production.

This exciting, free course is targeted at 15-20 year olds with a passion for the arts and events.  The team is full of young creative minds with a keen interest in production, events coordinating and film programming. The group meet fortnightly to plan and create innovative projects that lead towards running South Hill Park’s well established children’s Arts Festival, ‘Wilde Week’.

No prior experience is required to be a part of our team and we are always open to new members.

The course also provides the team with a multitude of opportunities to programme and market films for South Hill Park’s intimate, 60 seater cinema.  Alongside this they learn crucial skills in marketing and budgeting, the team often work with industry professionals to select their film choices for young local audiences.

The Wilde Young Producers will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with various specialists, giving expert advice, as well as the chance to run an established event within the venue. This course encourages teamwork, organisation, self motivation and a passion for the arts.

Coming Up Next For Wilde Young Producers: The team have programmed a screening of Nausicaa of The Valley of The Wind as part of Climate Action Day happening on 30 Nov 2019. The screening will also feature a short film entitled For Your Pleasure which will precede the main film. Tickets are only £3 and free for all students in education. To book, please call the Box Office on 01344 484 123.

This screening is supported by Film Hub North, as part of South East Young Film Programmers Network’s ‘Shifting Ground’ programme – exploring changing relationships with the environment in 2019.

For any queries regarding Wilde Young Producers, or any of South Hill Park’s courses for young people, please contact our Coordinator Learning and Participation Fran Hems.