Space For Everyone
Glasgow Science Centre is currently redeveloping its external environment to create a community space that reflects and represents the diverse populations of the city.
We want to tell the many different stories of people in Glasgow and beyond by inviting local communities to make short films on the theme of "connections". This wide range of films will be shown on the big screen at Glasgow Science Centre to visitors and passers-by using the outdoor space.
This is your chance to make and submit a film that can be seen by thousands of people outdoors in Glasgow!
Your community-made film
Your community-made film should follow the general theme of "connections". Your film could be about connections to the local area, connections to a particular community group, connections to local history, the river, science- the list is endless!
How to submit a film
Once you've created your film it can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or if the file is too large, can be sent via WeTransfer or similar programme.
All films which are approved by GSC staff will be shown on the big screen with all film creators being invited to see their film on the big screen over the summer.
Films must be submitted by Friday 25 June and you can find full details here.
Thursday 29 April 1500 - 1630 - sold out, more dates coming soon!
We’ve teamed up with BBC Scotland to offer local community groups free online filmmaking workshops to help you bring your film ideas to life. The workshops will:
- Show you how you can use your phone or other basic equipment to record your film
- Explore how to develop an engaging storyline
- Provide tips on how to frame different shots
- Give you advice on lighting and sound
- Upskill you on editing and production