Learn to make a film about historic Arnold Circus
EAST Enders are being given the chance to train in film-making to help celebrate the centenary of a historic landmark on the borders of Shoreditch The Friends of Arnold Circus on the Boundary estate are looking for local people to get involved. They wil
EAST Enders are being given the chance to train in film-making to help celebrate the centenary of a historic landmark on the borders of Shoreditch
The Friends of Arnold Circus on the Boundary estate are looking for local people to get involved.
They will be trained over one weekend to operate small hand held cameras and in interview techniques and will act as roving reporters gathering material locally and then at the major events taking place around the bandstand in the summer.
Naseem Khan from the Friends said: "We are looking for a good range of people to be part of the team - people from 18 to 80, people with some experience and with none at all."
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He added: "We definitely want all ages and backgrounds to be involved so that we can reflect the real diversity of our community."
People who are interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org or Katherine@winkball.com 020 8962 3030 by Friday May 14.
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