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Workshops take place monthly online and in-person. Participants must be aged 17–25, be committed and interested in film production or exhibition. Participants will gain access to free cinema experiences, online platforms and industry networking opportunities to support your journey into film.

If you're interested in hearing more, contact Course Tutor, Peter Davidson.

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Three Nerve Centre participants on set filming Audio Adapter film, one person holding camera, two others doing an interview.
Filming of Audio Adapter
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Audio Adapter

Audio Adapter is a short documentary film on Derry's music scene in lockdown developed by Nerve Centre’s Ones to Watch group, in conjunction with the Shortcuts Project funded by the Department of Communities through NI Screen as part of the Special Renewal Programme. Ones to Watch Online is supported by Film Hub NI.

Local young film programmers Ross Wilders, Sophie Davidson and Gai Gai Xie developed the idea through a series of creative workshops and film screenings. They were then paired with rising film maker Fiachra O’Longain who directed and edited the piece with the Ones to Watch team working alongside his crew.

Including interviews with top artists of Derry's music scene
Crew members learned to operate equipment
Crew were also mentored by experienced filmmakers
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