IN GRADE 7 - 10 AND WANNA LEARN HOW TO WRITE, SHOOT AND EDIT YOUR OWN COMEDY VIDEOS THESE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS?
If you're in Grade 7 - 10 and sick of just watching funny stuff on the internet like a lazy person and you're ready to start making your own, than this workshop is for you!
These School Holidays learn how to write jokes, create hilarious characters and shoot your own comedy videos over two massive days! Comedian Dylan Hesp (ABC TV) will teach you the practical skills behind writing and producing hilarious content for the internet, so that you can get over a million views online like he did*. You’ll learn about joke structure, creating characters and different styles of comedy (parody, satire, sketch). Whilst also looking at how the world’s most successful YouTubers engage audiences and make their content shareable!
But this isn’t just about being a really smart person**, it’s about getting your hands dirty and actually making stuff! Taking what you’ve learnt, you’ll team up with other students to actually write, shoot and edit your own short comedy videos. So that you can help make the internet great again.
*Please note, you are not guaranteed to get a million views online by attending this workshop, that took Dylan a lot of hard work.
**Also, this course is not guaranteed to make you a smart person. That’s up to you and a bit of biology.
Thursday October 11th & Friday October 12th, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Cooper Screen Academy, 131 Macquarie Street Hobart
$120 per student, Grade 7 - 10 (Max 15 Students)
WHAT TO BRING
Pen, Journal, Phone/iPod/iPad/Laptop (If you’ve got one) and Lunch (Parent permission required to purchase lunch in town)
Dylan Hesp is a stand-up comedian, actor and writer, known for bringing the loveable losers of this world to life on the stage and screen. You may have seen him as Eric on Sando on ABC TV or on the internet, where his character shorts have received over a million views. Before comedy Dylan was a Youth Worker at the West Tamar Council and Kids Paradise and is passionate about seeing young people encouraged to pursue their passion and purpose.