‘Your Phone as a Tool for Good’: Citizen Journalism with Rainbow Collective

Join us for this hands-on session of learning how to use your phone as a powerful tool for good with our friends at Rainbow Collective.

We’re back with another edition of our popular Citizen Journalism workshop! In this training, participants will be given a practical walkthrough of how to use a smartphone as a tool to make campaign films. We will talk through the camera settings you need, how to film interviews, what camera angles to choose and how to film cutaways.

We will introduce you to mobile phone editing software such as KineMaster (available on IOS and Android) and show participants how to import and put footage onto a timeline, how to do basic cuttings, how to add cutaway shots and then how to export.


You will also learn:

The breakdown of what makes a good campaign film

How to release a campaign film through social media with some simple do’s and dont’s.

Participants will also be given insight into what equipment to get on a budget for your mobile phone to create powerful and professional campaign films.


All skill levels welcome.


Book your free place on Eventbrite HERE.



About the facilitators

Rainbow Collective is a documentary production and training company formed by Hannan Majid and Richard York as a social enterprise focusing on issues of human and children’s rights.

In addition to producing broadcast and cinematic documentaries, it is the goal of the Rainbow Collective to support, promote and facilitate national and international campaigns for social equality and the right to education.

Rainbow Collective’s acclaimed and award winning films have been seen by audiences around the world through broadcast and international festivals, and their students work has been screened at the BFI, the House of Commons, Amnesty International, Odeon Cinemas and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

For the past 5 years, Rainbow Collective have devoted much of their time to producing films and campaign materials around the garment workers of Bangladesh.


Visit www.rainbowcollective.co.uk to learn more about Rainbow Collective.




** A zoom link will be sent to attendees closer to the time via Eventbrite**


** This event – as with all our events, meetings and workshops – will follow the CAAT safer spaces policy **


** For more information about this workshop email events@caat.org.uk. **

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