The Film Makers Club, based in Flixton, Trafford has been teaching more people in the area about film making.
The Film Makers Club teaches young people new skills relating to film making activities such as; brainstorming, research, creating storyboards, filming tips, lighting and audio as well as practising interview techniques.
The clubs are hosted Lydia Fernandez-Arias and her team at LUXSON; Performance Partners – partnering with business owner-managers to unlock the significant potential of increased opportunities with their high performance team. The team uses their skills to teach young people these new skills for free at The Fuse, a community hub based in Trafford.
They ran sessions for children on the Autistic/Asperges spectrum and the team was able to draw on the creative minds of people who live with Austism and Asperges and encouraged their creativity to transfer into the media world as well as showing them how to work as a team, how to develop friendships and most importantly, let them have fun!
Lydia said: “The youngsters had a fantastic time and the parents were very pleased with how much the youngsters had learnt and how much they enjoyed the creative process.”
To see the great films the first Film Makers Club created take a look at the group’s YouTube Channel