About the workshop

Want to build on your video editing skills? Sign up to our ‘Making movies’ workshop! This workshop is part of this year’s Summer School programme.

In this session we will learn about creating a historical or factual documentary.  We’ll explore research skills and collecting facts and images to help us create the final film.  And of course, we'll have fun with iMovie (a free app downloaded from the Apple App Store) to create the documentary!

In the workshop, we will cover:

  • Creating a new movie project
  • Adding photos and videos from the photo library
  • Editing clip length and choosing transitions
  • Adding titles
  • Creating voice overs
  • Working with green screens
  • Adding music
  • Sharing the final film

This workshop is supported by RNIB to provide assistance for anyone with a visual impairment (VI).

Book your place

Join the ‘Making movies’ workshop on Wednesday 17 August 2022, 10:00am to 11:00am, being held online via zoom with an Apple-accredited trainer, a member of the Family Fund team and an RNIB colleague to provide VI support.

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Click here to sign up for the workshop by completing our online registration form.

Please note

To make sure you can use your iPad during the workshop, you will need to join the Zoom call on another device, such as a smartphone. 

More free iPad workshops you can join

As part of our iPad Summer School, we have more creative classes including: Making movies, Build your own app, create a comic strip, DJ skills, Live band and Your name in pictures.  Some workshops are designed for children with a visual impairment, although all are welcome to join.

To browse all of our Summer School workshops and to book your places - click here

You can sign up for as many summer school sessions as you like!  The workshops are based on first come, first served but we’ll do our best to find you an alternative date if your chosen workshop is full.

If you'd like more information, you can email the team at [email protected] or call us on 01904 550066.