FILM DOCUMENTARY Queens Crescent PROJECT
We want to make a short film documentary involving all the skills in the arts with our young people that we have supported in the disadvantaged area of Queens Crescent/Gospel Oak. To continue their journey with us and follow their dreams, to keep them away from the lure of gangs and crime!
January 2019 - February 2019
Charity information: Sir Hubert Von Herkomer Arts Foundation
The problem that the project is trying to solve is that it is crucial when supporting young people is that their journey continues with their work in the arts. It is essential that we do not leave them after one project has finished , we must ensure we follow up and continue to keep them all inspired . We aim to continue the journey with the young people who are living in the disadvantaged area of Gospel Oak/Queens Crescent to continue our support and keep them safe from gangs and knive crime.
Using the idea of creating a short film documentary, we will use all of the skills in the arts that we have been teaching our young people on our summer holiday projects. This will therefore encourage all of the young people to come back and keep working with us meaning keeping them all safe and OFF the streets. This short film documentary will show the young peoples concerns and how to make a positivie improvement in their living environment in the Estates of Queens Cresent/Gospel Oak.
To continue inspiration hope and building a future for our next generation by making this film doc.
Activities» Filming, directing producing and editing continuing our works with our young people who want to remain behind the scenes of this project.
» Narrating, presenting to camera continuing our work with our young people who want to be front of camera giving them confidence in this project.
» Building designing, creating the graphics , titles and presentation for the short doc, giving our young people in this field a chance to use skills.
» Ensuring the project is honestly filmed and told by young peoples concerns who live in this disadvantaged location which is a high crime rate area
What success will look like
We will use this short documentary to show how important it is we continue our journey with our young people in disadvantaged areas. To be aired on national television/BBC/ITV.
To encourage our students to keep focus, to gain respect for themselves, giving the commitment in the final edit will give them confidence and huge achievement. By continuing to work with the young people of our future generation, this project will ensure that the film doc is an honest interpretation from the young people who live in this disadvantaged areas. The young people are creating this with a high profile team working in television which will giving the young people incredible insight.
The risks that could influence the success of this project is not having a space to work together in throughout the month of filming. We have dealt with this risk by having back up studios that have already accepted we can work in their space if we do not have our own space within month of the project taking place. No other risks are a factor.
We will report to donors by email and updating our social media by uploading images each day of our work on set, behind the scenes and keep our pages updated on our website. We will upload images and snippets on social media every day to ensure our project is professionally executed.
Budget - Project Cost: £15,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,000 STUDIO studio rent for one month £2,000 film/edit cost of film to be edited /produced £2,000 catering food/drinks on set £2,000 equipment cost of equipment hire, lights, microphone, camera. £2,000 travel/vans hire of production unit on location £3,000 staffing admin this will ensure smooth running l courses, organisation to produce and create this short doc film £1,000 reserve for extra costs on filming we always need budget for any problems that usally occur during a production. £2,000 social media/tv marketing/televison
Our project is to make a short film documentary involving all your young people we have worked with to ensure their journey with us is continued. We are making a short film doc using all the skills we have been working with our young people in our arts foundation. We are creating a short film about the young people of today who want to make a better life , be it in art , football, sport, academics - we will encourge inspiration and hope throught this short documentary.
All the young people we support and encourage new comers to this project who want to expand their skills and encourage confidence by building a collaboration of all our arts therefore we will manage to benefit many young people in disadvantaged areas who otherwise would not have the opportunity to be able to experience such an incredible opportunity. It is now more than ever crucial to understand what our young people in disadavantaged areas need, in the hope of building a better community.
We have many high profile people who we work with in our art foundaiton. We have the experience and skills to ensure this project is completed . CEO : Debbi Clark is a professional photographer and works with many influential people in this area so we can ensure the short film doc is supported.
Director: Mark Alden supporting this project is one of the most influential director's in making film documentary.
Camera: Paul Roman supporting our project holds high crediblitly within this arena.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
CEO and Producer Debbi Clark is our CEO and produced our Summer Holiday campaign in which we won 1st prize for best exectued project.
Film Director /volunteer - giving us his skills from his work within BBC Panorama.
Linda Roderick TRUSTEE
Over looking the project and visiting the young people to ensure they are always stable.
Has vast experience as a camera man and working on his own projects in Syria has much experience with under privileged young people.
"My reason for starting the Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation was to give the gift of art through inspiring young people. I wanted them to have the skills and tools to develop lifelong artistic passions and to be able to express themselves and gain confidence in all areas of their lives"