Building on the success of last year’s similar project, The Complete Works once again worked in conjunction with University College London to deliver a five week long, short filmmaking workshop. This took place on Saturday mornings with several groups of young people.
The Project had been developed to broaden the horizons of the young people taking part with each individual group given the opportunity to write, create and star in their own short films, with the help of our project facilitators Henry and Dan.
The groups involved chose to make films about various educational subjects while on the UCL campus including; addressing the decision of whether or not to go to University, and what could be on offer when a decision has been made.
The films created were then taken back to the editing suite at The Complete Works and edited using the production notes and storyboards created by the students themselves.
On the final Saturday of the project, the finished films were then shown to all the young people involved and each participant was given a copy of their film to take home.
To watch the short ‘Making of UCL Horizons’ video, Click here
More information about the UCL Horizons programme can be found at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/widening-participation/horizons/