Our Film Workshops

Our workshops are an excellent springboard for students to develop their skills for future training, education and employment. We work with AP to create ‘live briefs’ that simulate the world of work and tie in with the curriculum. This works well to enhance and support pupils that may find mainstream education challenging.

We can offer to work to build short screen plays with hard to reach young people, teach them about NDA and safeguarding. Work to give these young people that need that bit more guidance and understanding a platform to be heard and a chance to have people believe that they can do good

Professional Development
Often schools and colleges choose to run a workshop session for teachers or coincide FOAM with after school film clubs.

FOAM runs tailored lesson planning for teachers in ideas development, storyboarding, and camera and editing skills.

This helps to provide additional support for continued learning


SPECIAL FOCUS SEN

SPECIAL FOCUS SEN

Social Media #hatecrimes

Social Media #hatecrimes

Social Media #hatecrimes
LETS TALK ABOUT BULLYING

LETS TALK ABOUT BULLYING

GROOMSAFE

GROOMSAFE

Youth Intervention Workshop

Youth Intervention Workshop


Film Projects

Paul McKenzie has worked with young people for over 25 years.

Many of the young people that he has have worked with have gone onto become the best versions of the themselves. They are working, parenting, and giving back to their communities. This was his dream his vision on what he calls beautiful.

Featured below are just THREE of the amazing short films written and produced by Paul, all produced with no funding or massive crews, just a passion and an amazing team of young people!! We also made history with the film SICK as it was the FIRST short screen play ever to be screened at the National Gallery.

We at FOAM feel that Young people have more flexible values, these values & beliefs are not as fixed in the earlier years but may become rigid with age. Changes in values and beliefs take place at different times in our lives. During the primary & Secondary stages. One challenging the norm largely influences values and beliefs. In this case the Norm may be the values expected at home or in school.

A pupil may find it acceptable to fight at school because that is the value and belief acceptable at home with other siblings etc. and its only when challenged correctly that it then becomes possible to change their belief/value to the expected norm.


KARMA

KARMA

SICK the movie

SICK the movie

WILLIAM

WILLIAM

Get in touch

Please drop us an email if you have any questions, or call 07447 446992 or 07961 750 849