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About the workshop:

Subject: 
The Royal Film Commission - Jordan (RFC) is pleased to invite your kids to take part in the Advanced – Kids Film Club, summer 2018. 

Time & Date: 
From 29th June 2018 until 12th July 2018, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, as there will be a break from 5th until 8th July 2018 to complete workshop tasks.
 
Location:
Royal Film Commission – Jordan, Jabal Amman 1st Circle – 5 Omar Bin Khattab Street. 

About the sessions:
The Advanced Kids Film Club is the next level educational and fun program in filmmaking for kids. In a short period of 10 days, kids participants will enjoy learning the structure of narrative storytelling through creative sessions of writing, also, they will engage in exploring different directing methods and immerse in creative exercises in dramaturgy, through intensive yet entertaining group sessions the participants will explore the theories and practical side of visual storytelling and Cinematography with professional hands-on exercises on camera, sound and editing, held in a fun and safe environment.

Afterwards, the participants will write, direct, shoot and edit a short film project under the supervision of the trainer Mohammed AlDaradji. 
Language of the sessions: Arabic and English.

About the Trainer: 
Mohammed al-Darradji 

Born in Baghdad, 1978, Mohamed studied Film and Television Production at the Media Academy in Hilversum, before traveling to the UK to complete two Masters degrees in Cinematography and Directing at the Northern Film School in Leeds. 

He is co-founder of the multi-award winning Human Film a UK & Netherlands based feature film production company.

In 2003, Mohamed made his first feature film, ‘Ahlaam’, an insight into the chaos and confusion of a war-torn Iraq. ‘Ahlaam’ screened at over 125 International Film Festivals, received over 23 awards, and represented Iraq for Oscar and Golden Globe Consideration in 2007.
Alongside his work as a filmmaker Mohamed established the Iraqi independent film center in order to cultivate and independent spirit and approach for feature films and shorts for both experienced and emerging filmmakers alike. 

Through the center Mohamed has produced numerous workshops for young filmmakers, so far 12 shorts have been produced – screening in Berlin IFF, London IFF and Tribeca to name but a few. 

Targeted Group: Children between 8 and 15 years’ old.

Fees: 70 Jordanian Dinars per child. 

The Advanced Kids Film Club will include meals served for the participants throughout the workshop.

Please do not enroll your kid for the workshop if your child can’t fully commit to these full-time training sessions for 10 days. 

Also note that incomplete applications will not be considered.

Deadline for submissions: Wednesday, 20th June 2018 at 2:00 PM.
 
For further information, please contact the RFC: 
Landline: 06 4613835, ext. 109 or 107
Mobile Ruba Zo’ubi: +962 799 4040 13.
From:

To:
29 June 2018

12 July 2018
Registration deadline: 20 June 2018 12:00 AM
Workshop language: Arabic, English.
Workshop days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Cost: 70
Location: Royal Film Commission – Jordan, Jabal Amman - 1st Circle – 5 Omar Bin Khattab Street.

Instructors:


Mohamed Al-Daradji

Writer, director and producer Mohamed Al-Daradji was born in Baghdad. Al-Daradji studied Film and Television Production at the Media Academy in Hilversum, before traveling to the UK to complete two Masters Degrees in Cinematography and Directing at the Northern Film School in Leeds. 

 

In 2003, Al-Daradji made his first feature film ‘Ahlaam’, an insight into the chaos and confusion of a war-torn Iraq. ‘Ahlaam’ was screened at more than 125 international film festivals, received over 23 awards, and represented Iraq at the Oscar Awards and Golden Globe Consideration in 2007.

 

 Al-Daradji  carried on to shoot his 2nd  feature film;  ‘Son of Babylon’ (2010), that went on to screen at Sundance and Berlin, receiving the Amnesty and Peace Prize, followed by a British Independent Film Awards (BIFA), Netpac and 30 more awards globally. It was Iraq’s official entry for the 2011 Academy Awards. In 2010, he received the award of Variety’s Middle Eastern Filmmaker of the year when his documentary “In My Mother’s Arms” that premiered at Toronto IFF and won the Asia Pacific Screen Academy Award for best Documentary.

 

In 2013, he began working on his 5th feature film “In The Sands of Babylon”, a film that tells, for the first time, the horrors of the forgotten 1991 Iraq Uprising. The film launched at Abu Dhabi IFF and won Best film from the Arab World. 

 

Alongside his work as a filmmaker, Al-Daradji established the Iraqi Independent Film Center in order to cultivate an independent spirit and approach for feature films and shorts for both experienced and emerging filmmakers alike. Through the center, he has produced numerous workshops for young filmmakers, so far 12 shorts have been produced – screening in Berlin IFF and London IFF.

 

Today, Al-Daradji is in post-production with his latest film ‘The Journey’ about a female suicide bomber whilst developing his new feature film ‘Birds of Paradise’.

 

FILMOGRAPHY:

 

•        2016 Writer/Producer/Director “ The Journey” (Post Production)

 

•        2012-2015 Producer 12 x 35mm Short Films, through Human Film’s 35mm Baghdad Workshop, “Gift of My Father” (6 min) Best Short Film – Generation Berlinale 2015, “Kingdom of Garbage” (7min) Tribeca 2015. “Happy Birthday” (10 mins) Berlin IFF 2014, ‘Nesma’s Bird’s
(9 mins) London BFI 2014

 

•        2013 Writer/Director/Editor: “In The Sands of Babylon” (90mins) 35mm/HD

Feature Film ‘Best Arab Film’ Abu Dhabi IFF 2013, Human Film & Iraq Al-Rafidain

 

•        2012 Writer/Director/Editor “In My Mother’s Arms” (81 mins)  

Officially selected Toronto IFF documentary, co-produced  with Al Jazeera English

 

•        2010 Writer/Director/Editor “Son of Babylon” 35mm feature film (90mins) 7 country

Co-production – won Peace Prize & Amnesty Award Berlinale IFF 2010 &  The British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)

 

•        2010 Writer/Director/Editor “Iraq, War, Love, God & Madness”

 (75 Mins) Documentary

 

•        2005 Writer/Director “Ahlaam”, 35mm award winning feature film, Oscar & Golden Globe Consideration – Iraq


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