Program

As part of our creative industries pathways, we have planned an amazing array of opportunities for students to engage with the professional screen industry at our 2021 live event.

To get you started on your submission to the AFF State-wide School Filmmaking Competition we have produced six online videos on How To Make A Film.

The presenters are two well-known award-winning next generation SA filmmakers; Anthony Frith and Leela Varghese. They will give you lots of tips to help you and your students make their best work. Good luck!

Online workshops: 

  1. Intro
  2. Story and script development
  3. Creating a shot list
  4. Camera technique
  5. The do’s and don’ts of filmmaking
  6. Editing

Intro

Meet young filmmakers Anthony Frith and Leela Varghese, your guides on this filmmaking journey. They’re here to teach you how to make your idea a reality!

Story and script development

Learn about the particular elements that are used to make a story more engaging for an audience and how you can develop these into your script.

Shot Lists

A shot list is a guide to the shots you would like to get during production. The shot list should include descriptions about each shot; including shot numbers, shot sizes, shot angles, duration, location and action. We’ll cover more about shots in the camera tutorial.

Camera

When it’s time to start filming, this is what you want to think about. Films are made up of a series of shots. The shots you choose to use should help tell your story. We’ll show you some basic shot sizes you can use.

Do’s and Dont’s

There are some common issues that we all face and need to be aware of when making our films. So before you get started, let’s make sure you know what to look out for.

Editing

Editing is the stage where you take all of your shots from the production phase and combine them and bring your story together. It is time consuming but great fun and very rewarding.

Major Government Partner 

Key Partner

With thanks to South Australian Film Corporation