Short Course: Storytelling for Film


Storytelling for Film, 5 – 14 April

Interested in writing or telling stories or making a film of your own?

Throughout this short course with Michael Lee Richardson, we’ll look at how to come up with new ideas and tell stories onscreen – and you’ll get to put your new skills into practice and start writing a script of your own.

Whether you’ve already got loads of experience or you want to try something for the first time, these workshops are a great way to get your creativity flowing, meet other like-minded young people and make something worth sharing. 

 Dates and Times 

All sessions will take place on Zoom at 5pm till 7pm on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 5 April
  • Thursday 7 April
  • Tuesday 12 April
  • Thursday 14 April

 About Your Tutor 

Michael Lee Richardson is a writer and youth worker based in Glasgow. Michael’s short film, My Loneliness is Killing Me – directed by Tim Courtney – won a BAFTA Scotland Award in 2018. It has been shown on BBC Scotland and at film festivals around the world. Michael’s new short, Who I Am Now – directed by Jack Goessens – will be released soon. Michael currently has film and television projects in development with Kindle Entertainment, Balloon, Projector Pictures, Tigerlily, Bombito and Candle & Bell. Michael is passionate about telling rich, authentic stories about queer and working class lives and culture. Outside of writing, Michael likes 80s makeover montages, witches, and going to the shops. 

 How to Register to Attend 

Head over to our Bookings Page found hereThe deadline for bookings is March 29.

 Contact Us 

If you require any further information or have any questions, get in touch with WACI at: