Bus Stop Films: Accessible Film Studies Program
Bus Stop Films is heading to the Blue Mountains to deliver its award-winning Accessible Film Studies Program for people living with disability in partnership with the Blue Mountains City Council.
The year long program, which kicks off in full from February 2022, with three-hour weekly classes to be delivered over 40 weeks.
The classes are aimed at older teens and young adults living with a mild to moderate intellectual disability. The Program offers a film school experience as well as literacy, social and work ready skills, and is a fantastic post school option. Additional screen industry excursions, masterclasses and professional workplace opportunities are offered through the Program.
Mentored by passionate professional filmmakers, students create amazing films of the highest artistic quality, many which have won multiple awards and screened in festivals all over the world.
The program fees can be funded through a participant’s NDIS funding.
To get you in the mood the team is hosting Free Taster Workshops at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.
Registrations to the workshops are essential.
FREE Taster workshop 1: Monday 10th January 2022 10.00am – 12noon
FREE Taster workshop 2: Monday 17th January 2021 10.00am – 12noon
FREE Taster workshop 3: Thursday 20th January 2021 10.00am – 12noon
For more information and to register:
Bus Stop’s expansion to the Blue Mountains is supported by a Blue Mountains City of the Arts Grant.