All photos by Liz Milner unless otherwise stated.
Premiere screening event for First Light funded Short Cuts films at Watershed, 21 November 2010, as part of the Fresh Flix strand presented by Watershed and Encounters International Film Festival. The Short Cuts programe was also supported by RELAYS.
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Photos by Nicky Brown
A RELAYS team visit to the LOCOG offices (London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games) in Canary Wharf and tour of the Olympic Village. We were taken round the Olympic Village on the special pink tour bus complete with video of Olympic excitement and a live tour guide, but weren't allowed off the bus and it didn't stop so all shots were grabbed on the move through the rainy windows!
Storyboards produced by students during the Media Literacy Workshops in response to an excerpt from the 1974 film 'When We Were Kings' - the famous 'rumble in the jungle fight between Muhamed Ali and George Foreman. Plus photographs taken during Workshops at Watershed,with students from Fairfield School, Staff from Bridge Learning Campus and BBC volunteers. June 2010
As part of the RELAYS project, Watershed ran a programme of sport-themed Media Literacy workshops for schools during June in conjunction with Bristol City Council’s Children and Young People’s services and the BBC. Each workshop was a day-long session held at Watershed and was attended by over 200 students from 5 Bristol schools.
TIm Crawley, eShed co-ordinator at Watershed, and Patrick Young, eShed member, worked with a group of Young Ambassadors and Media Students from Ashton Park School to film the Bristol Festival of School Sport at Combe Dingle Sports Complex in Bristol and they'll edit the material during a workshop session to be held at Watershed.
Robot Relays is a potential RELAYS project that through a series of workshops in schools would lead to an event combining robots, children and challenges. These photos are from an initial exploratory workshop day was held on 22nd April 2009 at the Pervasive Media Studio and in Millennium Square with the BBC providing access to the Live Site screen.