What will they learn in each class?

Session 1: Storytelling techniques

Focus: public speaking & listening skills

Session 2: Script development & Preproduction

Focus: articulating ideas & staying power

Session 3: Shooting and performance

Focus: decision-making & leadership

Session 4: Video editing & re-writing your story

Focus: collaborating & being constructive

Session 5: The Film Festival, finding your voice

Focus: supporting others & communication

To make sure everyone can

learn to their full potential,

our mentors split course

time to personally:

support younger students,

or stimulate older students

help kids whose English is

not their first language

We also offer a mix of class + flexible learning

to accommodate families' remote schedules. 

Contact us below to learn more.

What kind of
activities will they
participate in?

Students will connect to live sessions via Zoom.

Designed with the child in mind, the courses include:


20 minutes of short theoretical discussions:

using film clips and other examples

20 minutes of playful exercises:

to test deeper understanding

20 minutes of independent problem-solving:

to prove learned concepts

30 minutes of filmmaking practise:

to practice the craft and perfect techniques

10 minutes of personalised mentoring:

to grow confidence & communication skills

20 minutes of independent homework:

to apply new technical or creative abilities

What do  they need to prep before the class?

The students will need to use the following equipment:

  1. A smartphone or camera: to shoot video

  2. A computer: to use scriptwriting & editing software.  These will be provided free of charge for the duration of the course. On their chosen device,  students should to download before the session: 

  • Zoom app: to attend the live classes

  • DaVinci Resolve free editing software: to edit video

Please have a good internet connection, as students will be instructed to upload material on a shared GoogleDrive. 

How can the
parents support
their child during
the week?

Parents are encouraged to let us know

which social skills they would like their

child  to improve upon (for example

teamwork, leadership, concentration)

prior to starting the course, so that we

can focus our personalised mentoring

while they learn.

Parents are invited to our last session!

This is when we'll hold a film screening

of their projects, and have a virtual festival

atmosphere to celebrate their wonderful work! 

does it

Level 1: £110 | €120  | $145

Level 2: £210 | $260 | €230 

per course & lifetime access to our global online youth film club resources. 

It is our social mission to make sure filmmaking is accessible to everyone. We welcome 2 students from disadvantaged or marginalised backgrounds to

join our sessions for free. Contact us.

It was a lot

of fun and I


true drama!


- Beacon High School

student, age 14

London, UK

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it is very important for 
us to expose film & 
storytelling to everyone, 
regardless of their 
background. Reach
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                                        student, 13

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ClickPlay is part of Caritas Films Ltd. 

Based in Islington, London.