What’s included

Return transfer
English speaking guide
Film professionals,
Studio, camera, lighting and sound equipment,
Tea, Coffee and refreshments.

Minimum persons: 14
Maximum persons: 150
Duration (door to door): 6 hour(s)

‘INFOTAIN’ YOUR TEAM ON THE ART OF FILM MAKING

The Make Your Own Film event is a prime example of multi-sensory, experience learning. An example on how we could align this experience to the preceding Leadership Development course would be to focus on The E’s and P of Leadership. Each group could concentrate on 2 principles. The film could contrast a leader working with Energy and Edge with one that does not. The same concept could be applied to a leader working with Passion and Ethics and one that has not developed these qualities to the same level. The process of ‘Brainstorming’, ‘Storyboarding’, ‘Personalising’ and ‘Dramatizing’ these qualities is a very new and effective approach to reinforce and imbed to memory these lessons forever.

The actual process of filmmaking is very much a team effort. Travel Out There have set out to improve communication, cooperation and goal orientated strategies. There is saying ‘that you are only as strong as your weakest link’ – this is certainly the case when making a film. The facilitators will explain the various roles of film crew members and team work involved.

The team will then have to delegate each of the roles, aligning with their core competences and personal qualities to ensure the best result is guaranteed. Many participants decide to undertake roles that stretch themselves out of their comfort zone and allow them to explore new sides of their personality. As a facilitator, it always amazes me how people who you think are quite quiet and reserved shine in front of the camera and others who you think would want to be actors are more interested in improving their technical skills with the camera.

And finally, each of the participants will have the film that will stay with them forever. They can show friends, family and colleagues this film and hopefully they might also be inspired to work more creatively, personally and professionally in the future.
This team building activity can be tailored to the groups budget and time allocation but the Travel Out There film tutors would advise on this activity lasting around 4 hours.

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Everyone loves to watch themselves or their team members on film and showcasing this on the last day during or after dinner makes for fantastic evening entertainment. Following a brief introduction to film making by our guest director in the film studio, your group will be split in to small production crews to produce and shoot your very own short film.

As they say in the film business ‘time is money’ therefore each will be working under the guidance of a film-maker to storyboard, prepare the set, scouring the costume department for costumes and props. You will then have some valuable rehearsal time before arming yourselves with the camera, lighting and sound equipment….the sound of the clapper board signifies action is underway!

Once you have shot your film – the rushes will be sent to the editing room to be seamlessly woven together before being premiered the following day. The grand premier of the films can be tailored to your needs – whether it be before your evening meal or on the bus back to the airport.

All in all an awesome day for everyone both in terms of informing people about film making as well as encouraging people to work in teams to achieve their number one goal – a quality film to help remember their experience

This fun, interactive and engaging experience is great for groups from 20 to 50 people and allows everyone to take home a unique souvenier from their visit to any City….their very own film!

In this creative team building event, you can choose the content / subject of the film. You may want it to be business related (an advert, corporate promotional video, new product launch,) or alternaively want to have total creative control with a set theme relating to what you have learned about yourselves and each other during your incentive.

You will apply your knowledge and understanding of your colleagues’ strengths and weaknesses when delegating film crew roles:

• Director – The Boss – controls the team. Acts almost as the leader / creator
• Script Writer – The Secretary – documents and shares the golden nuggets of information.
• Story Board – The Artist
• Camera Assistant – The Visualiser
• Camera Assistant no 2 / clapper board operator
• Art Director / Make Up / Continuity – The Creative Edge
• Actor – The story teller
• Actor – The reactor.

The workshop will not only focus on sharing technical skills used in filmmaking but will also highlight the following:

· Raising awareness of how inspiration works and promoting creativity
· Offering tools for inspired communication
· Communicating with passion for an uninspiring directive
· Overcoming challenges to change
· Techniques to motivate themselves and others
· Help identify personal style
· Explore individual strengths and weaknesses
· Understand how delegates function as leaders and team players

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LINKING TO THE BUSINESS
This teambuilding activity really helps emphasise the understanding of the importance or working together for a common goal. By each playing a part in the production of the film, without factions or divisive elements we hope that these lessons will be reflected in the work space.
KEY LEARING POINTS
All roles within the team are of equal importance. For the film to be a success everyone must give 100%
New ways of communicating within a team, whether it be through pictures, dialogue or acting.
Explore new sides of their own personality taking on roles within film making that they would never imagined being capable of.
RESULTS
A wonderful souvenier film
Stronger interpersonal relationships within the team
The importance of working collectively for a shared goal

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TYPICAL EVENT STRUCTURE

11.30 Meet at location (Studio)
11.45 Introduction in to Storyboarding. Turning your idea in to a visual sequence. Roles in Video Production
12.30. Split in to groups of around 8.
Delegation of Roles. Brief discussion of roles and responsibilities.
Each group will consist of;
• Director – The Boss – controls the team. Acts almost as the leader / creator
• Script Writer – The Secretary – documents and shares the golden nuggets of information.
• Story Board – The Artist
• Camera Assistant – The Visualiser
• Camera Assistant no 2 / clapper board operator
• Art Director / Make Up / Continuity – The Creative Edge
• Actor – The story teller
• Actor – The reactor.
13.00 Lunch
14.00 Prepare and rehearse scenario. You will have 45 minutes to prepare your 2 films.
14.45 Short Break and evaluation time.
15.00 SHOOT FILMS.
This will give us around 20 minutes to shoot each scenario. Whilst one group is shooting the other groups will be watching in the audience.
16.00 WRAP

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