From birth to adulthood, we like to grow with our audiences!
It's never too late to learn, so Filmhouse regularly organises lectures, workshops and courses for adults as well. Filmhouse is proud to host to a number of great adult workshops and regular film seasons for people interested in studying and discussing film. We also host several CLPL sessions each year to enrich educators' teaching and learning practice through film.
Filmosophy is a long-running season at Filmhouse of original and thought-provoking films and discussions. Each film is presented by a short introduction and followed by an accessible and informal post-screening discussion. Screenings are introduced and post-screening discussions hosted by James Mooney, Short Courses lecturer and course organiser at The University of Edinburgh. No previous knowledge of philosophy is required.
For more information on screenings and events or to continue the discussion, you can 'like' Filmosophy on their Facebook page or follow @film_philosophy on Twitter.
CLPL for teachers
FESTIVAL OF PHYSICS Animation Workshop CLPL
Friday 26 October, Dynamic Earth, 2pm-5pm • 180 mins, FREE, suitable for teachers of S1-S3, Science, Physics
Come along to this FREE workshop and learn how to make short, animated films to explain core concepts in a cool and engaging way. Creative tutor Jim Stirk from Animation Jam will lead a three-hour session on using stop motion animation with S1-S3. This hands-on experience will give teachers the practical know-how to enable pupils to understand, demonstrate and communicate key aspects of the physics curriculum by creating animated illustrations. The emphasis is on the presentation of ideas rather than their artistic ability or technical skills.
Places are limited so early booking is advised.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 228 6382.
Supported by the Institute of Physics and the Centre for the Moving Image
Into Archive Film CLPL with Into Film
Wednesday 7 November, 4.30pm- 6.30pm, Filmhouse Guild Rooms; £15, suitable for all teachers, Social Studies: History, Literacy & English, Technologies
In this session you will be introduced to working with archive film / primary sources as a stimulus for learning. Use film to inspire writing and also find out how to support children and young people to create their own archive film.
Framework Friday Film Education at Filmhouse
We will also be providing Framework Friday Film Education on Friday 18 January & Friday 10 May - full details will be in future newsletters and on our website.
To find out more or to book places, please email us at email@example.com or call 0131 228 6382.