Making a Scene is a FREE film workshop series meant to amplify the voices of LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-19 who live in Kitchener/Waterloo (Six Nations Grand River Territory). This year Making a Scene is a SUMMER DAY CAMP!!!! WOW!
Dates: July 9th-14th, 1 – 5 pm.
Location: Downtown Community Centre, 35 Weber St W, Kitchener, ON N2H 3Z1
Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/CvNBD1qaMODRKlYU2
We all have important stories to tell. In the media, we often don’t see stories of LGBTQAI2S+ folks that accurately reflect our lives. Making a Scene is an opportunity to break down those stereotypes, flip the scripts, and and re-write the characters. This filmmaking program is for LGBTQAI2S+ youth to write their story, shoot it, and put it on screen for everyone to watch!
From July 9th – 14th, participants will be immersed film-making, editing and story-telling to collaboratively create their own short films in a fun environment with a community of teens and mentors just like them!
You would be perfect for this project if:
– you are between the ages of 13-19
– you identify on the LGBTQ+ spectrum
– you feel you have a story to share
– you have an interest in learning film/editing/storytelling
Think this is right for you? Still not sure?
– No experience necessary!
– Queer and Trans mentors from the community will facilitate awesome workshops on film making, editing, costume, story-telling and team building.
– Venues will be wheelchair accessible
– You do not have to be in school to attend!
– Childcare, ASL, and language translation can be provided on request.
– Bus tickets will be provided.
– Refreshments will be included at each session
– We are committed to creating safe(r) spaces, so whatever you need we can make it happen!
Making a Scene encourages and invites the contributions of people from marginalized communities!*
There are only 20 spots available! Apply ASAP!
*marginalized communities includes, but not limited to: Indigenous people, Black folks, non-Black people of colour, Deaf folks, immigrants, members of ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, poor and working class people, youth not in highschool, those on social assistance, women, single parents, LGBTQQA, pansexual, asexual, queer-oriented people, genderqueer, transgender, transsexual, intersex, two-spirit people, and youth parents to apply.