Here's a simple photo-montage film using the Ken Burns effect, from our workshop participant Gwen. We love her story about how the loss of her beloved dog led to an unexpected influx of garden visitors... Remember, we'd love to feature poems, stories, memoirs and films by anyone who would like to celebrate the changes in … Continue reading A digital story by Gwen
A fitting poem for this strange part of the year, Jo gives us lyrical and atmospheric images of journeying through the cold... For more writing by Jo, check out her blog.
The second digital story we'd like to share is by Fran Edwards, a regular member of our Celebrating Change monthly workshops in 2018. Some of her poetry and prose work has already appeared in earlier blog posts. You'll see Fran has used vintage footage of the Cannon Street area of Middlesbrough, captured by filmmaker Derek … Continue reading Jesus Saves by Fran Edwards
For the next few weeks, we're delighted to feature the digital stories made by our regular Celebrating Change participants, starting with this one by Miki Rogers. Some of you may have seen this via Miki's own social media, but if you haven't - get ready for a treat! It was my absolute pleasure to help … Continue reading A digital story by Miki Rogers
I was standing by the fridge when she said "I'm pregnant" I celebrated with wine, fizzy like the bubbles of joy in my mind I couldn't believe that at last I was going to be a grandmother I smiled a lot I worried too I waited for scans and enough weeks passing to feel it … Continue reading I Was Standing By The Fridge by Fran Edwards
Take a look at these films, made by one of our workshop participants after only one session! Using skills she learned with us at mima earlier this month, Miki went away and created two fantastic short films celebrating her business, Whole Lot Of Rosie Teas. Not bad for someone who'd never filmed or edited anything … Continue reading Everything stops for tea!
We're absolutely delighted to feature this 'one-shot filmpoem' by Beth Ripper, who has followed the instructions given on our previous tutorial blog. Please do have a go yourself, and send in your work! Beth lives in the wild west of Cumbria with her husband, Tim, and two silly dogs, Pip and Mae. She’s a keen … Continue reading Film by Beth Ripper