“Those three days felt like the best spent three days in years. It was a total pleasure to be absorbed in learning how to make my own photo films effective – to understand how to communicate a story in a way that is powerful and compelling. There was a good balance between learning all the components, putting them into action, and hearing insights and anecdotes from your own experiences which are invaluable. I can’t think why I waited so long to get properly ‘Duck Rabbited’!” Olivia Mann, Feb ’12
We’ve set a new date for our three-day multimedia storytelling workshop:
July 11th – 13th (Central London)
During this course we will take you through the entire production process from how to identify a strong story, to learning how to record audio, shoot for multimedia and build a narrative as well as the final completion of the project. We will get you out on location, in teams, to make your own short photofilm. So that you can put the skills we teach you straight into practise.
For full details visit the course webpage.
The work of our trainees has featured across mainstream online media, including the BBC, The Observer, TIME, The New York Times and other major news and current affairs outlets. To see photofilms made by duckrabbit trainees visit: student productions .
Please get in touch if you’d like to book a place on one of these courses.