Bus Stop Films: Accessible Film Studies Program
Posted by Team APATA | Jan 19, 2021
Do you know someone living with an intellectual disability who has always wanted to learn about filmmaking? Bus Stop Films, the not-for -profit organisation dedicated to bringing inspiration and inclusion to the film industry is is off and running for 2021, offering their Accessible Film Studies Program online, so you can study with them from anywhere across Australia.
Using filmmaking to change community attitudes the program will be taught by Angela Blake, Director of SF3– the leading smart phone film festival.
To be eligible students need to be 17+ and have a mild to moderate intellectual disability. The program will run from February – December and classes will be held on Saturday’s with students learning through a virtual classroom. Students enrolling are enrolling into the full year, four terms per year and 10 classes in each term.
Program fees can be covered through your NDIS package. It’s a great course for school leavers and creative people who love film. Enrol today and start making movies with Bus Stop Films!
For fees and enrolment info: busstopfilms.com.au/programs/
There is one last FREE taster workshop in Brisbane this Saturday 23 January 2021, 10:00am -12;00pm at Griffith Film School. Dock Street, Brisbane QLD.
Registrations are essential: busstopfilms.com.au/brisbane-taster-workshop/
The Bus Stop Films Virtual Showcase celebrating the films of the BSF Class of 2020 is on this Friday, 22 January 2021. Screening films from the Sydney, Parramatta, Wollongong and Canberra – Accessible Film Studies 2020 Program.
Book your attendance to this free virtual event here and see what is possible for 2021: Bus Stop Films 2020 Virtual Showcase