The focus of World Film Collective has primarily been on young people. The workshop format has been taken to schools and communities around the world, creating a valuable, transcultural insight into the experience of youth.
This short film, Fishing, was produced by participants at our first Russian workshop. Participants aged 10 -17 years took part at their orphanage in the Kaluga province. Our Level One workshop teaches participants the creative process behind filmmaking. After learning how to storyboard and discuss production aspects, this group decided to tell the story of […]
This film was produced by students in WFC’s Level 1 Fictional Short workshop in Ilford, East London. After getting in trouble, Mia, a teenage girl from Poland, faces the threat of being sent back to Poland by her mother. Hoping to stay in the UK, she urges her friends to shape up and make a […]
This film was created by students in World Film Collective’s Level 1 Documentary workshop at the Bint Al-Wazir school in Ramallah, Palestine. The girls at this school face a serious problem at break time, as the hierarchies that develop in any school prevent the younger girls from accessing the canteen.
This short film produced by participants from our Level 2 documentary workshop in Morros dos Prazeres favela, Rio de Janeiro focuses on life in the favela. All footage is shot on a mobile phone and edited by the participants, producing candid interviews with some of the local individuals in the favela.