Being Human Festival


Have you ever wondered how what you watch on TV, YouTube or Netflix is created?

Some well-known TV and Film productions have been filmed in Bradford including Gentleman Jack, Peaky Blinders, Emmerdale and recent Netflix film Ali and Ava. Could your future be part of the team that creates the next binge-worthy box set?

My Screen Time Future, part of the Being Human Festival, will give you hands on experience in some of the jobs that contribute to creating TV shows and films. You will be able to try creating a storyboard, operating TV cameras, editing the content and much more.

Each workshop will be led by industry experts including people from the BBC, The University of Bradford and The Unit a filmmakers hub backed by Channel 4.

Your future screen time could be created by you.

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My Screen Time Future

Type:Children's Activity Event

The Unit, Old Sunwin House, Hanover Street, Keighley,, West Yorkshire, BD21 3QJ
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