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NorwichYFCFilm School750Norwich Youth For Christ's free half-term Film School   

Young people aged 10-18 are being offered the opportunity to learn film making and acting skills, and to create a short film during the February half-term holidays, as Norwich Youth For Christ hosts a three-day Film School.

Norwich Youth for Christ is running a three-day Film School at its offices in the Mousehold Hub, Norwich during the February half-term holidays.

Media Youth Worker Ben Lawrence said: “It an opportunity for young people aged 10-18 to learn film making and acting skills, while we create a follow up to our 2017 film ‘Stranger’er Things’. You will be able to get involved in whatever aspect of filming takes your interest including  acting, camera work, lighting, sound, props, make up, music and more.”

The film school runs from 10am-4pm Monday, February 18 to Wednesday, February 20.

The Film School is completely free, but you will need to bring a packed lunch and a notebook and pen.  There is a booking form to complete before Monday, February 11 to confirm your place.  You can download the form here and return it by email to Ben at

Ben said: “We will be meeting mostly at our offices in the Mousehold Hub, but we may be shooting on location for some of the days too. Please be prepared to be dropped off at locations across Norwich.”

Watch Stranger'er Things Episode 1 below produced by Norwich Youth for Christ in 2017 as an Easter parody based on the first episode of the popular Netflix series Stranger Things.  

Norwich Youth For Christ, Mousehold Hub, 22 Mousehold Avenue, Norwich, NR3 4RS

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