• Lucy Admin
    We're excited to announce that Voice Collective will be running a series of 6 film making workshops for under-19s who hear voices, see visions or have other sensory experiences to write, produce and direct their own film showing what it's like to be them :starstruck:.

    We will be working in partnership with filmmakers at Fitzrovia Youth in Action, & the finished films will be uploaded onto the FYA website and YouTube channel, as well as the Voice Collective website. If you would like, we can support you to make your film anonymously, using animation, sound, or other creative approaches.

    The workshops will be every Monday 5.30-6.30 from 17th September for 6 weeks at Mind in Camden, but you don't have to attend every single session to make your film. Voice Collective's Eve & Lucy will be on hand during every session to offer support & talk through things that come up during the sessions.

    All our creative workshops and peer support groups are trans-friendly with pronoun check-ins and gender neutral toilets.

    Check out the flyer that's uploaded to this post, or read more on the Eventbrite page. If you have any questions before booking, email us at
    VC Filmmaking Workshops (212K)
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