Autism Hub – Summer Film Media Group June to August

The NAS Greenwich Autism Hub is branching out this summer with a new activity project for those interested in filming and has a brief to do a film that will be made up of short films by each member around the theme them and autism.

Title is: Autism: what does it mean to me?

The Brief: A film will based on Autism and what it means to an Autistic. This can be filmed as a documentary/drama/animation, etc. The film should be a minimum 10mins to maximum of 15mins.

This is so that when all films are mixed into one, the overall result will have a final run time of an hour to an hour and half).

Each film clip can be filmed by equipment like a mobile phone, video camera, camcorder etc. Note: Animations should have movement in it and not static images being transitioned in different ways.

A storyboard, script, explanation and what format is being used in, should be shown to Daniel Smith ideally at ┬ámonthly Friday Autism Hub sessions. In case you can’t make it, let us know via the email address below and we will help you out.

Main filming should be done by a deadline of August 25th so that Sept to end of Nov can be used for editing, effects and re-takes to be done. The final finished film will then be screened in last Autism Hub session of the year in December and made available online using a planned new media platform for the wider public.

For anyone interested, please get in touch via greenwich@nas.org.uk or the Contact form.