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Introduction to Film-making and Television

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Wales Millennium Centre

Every Monday, 28 February – 4 April 2022




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Introduction to Film-making and Television

Get creative for free

Every Monday, 28 February – 4 April 2022

Wales Millennium Centre

Want to break into the TV and film industry or curious about the opportunities the media world could provide?

If you're looking to boost your current skills or just learn more about the media industry, then this free six-week course is for you.

The television and film industry in Wales is the busiest it's ever been and is providing more and more employment opportunities. Screen Alliance Wales (SAW) are an organisation who aim to ensure these productions have film crew today, but more importantly in the future.

On this course you'll be given guidance on key elements to improve your filmmaking skills across multiple levels with one of SAW’s Training Managers, Rhys Bebb.

For the relative newcomer looking to learn more, or someone who has made their own content in the past, these sessions will seriously improve your skills, no matter what your experience.

Throughout the course, key aspects of the media industry will be covered, starting with camera skills but you'll also learn about other useful skills such as post-production, editing and marketing.

Having this insight will give you an understanding of what goes into making a TV production, and potentially make you more employable in the media world.


This course is available to anyone aged 14-25 from all backgrounds across Wales.


Every Monday, 4.30pm – 6.30pm for six weeks starting 28 February 2022.

This course has six sessions taking place on: 28 February, 7 March, 14 March, 21 March, 28 March, and 4 April and you’ll need to attend each one. Please add one ticket to your basket to book your place on the entire course.


Creative Voice is a unique training programme offering young people the platform to explore their interests, express themselves, build creative confidence, and to share their narrative through practical learning.

This activity is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and Welsh Government.

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