SUPPORTING YOUNG STORYTELLERS
ClickPlay is founded by Writer/Director Flavia Casà, and lead by a community of co-creators. The group of mentors have over 10 years experience in
film production, film & TV acting, creative writing, and community building. They have helped young people from a variety of backgrounds.
The class was
and the teachers
- Beacon High School
student, 14 London, UK
FILMMAKER & FOUNDER
"Flavia delivered a brilliantly original lesson which involved live readings of a film scene, giving students different roles to portray and fomenting learning by practising. It was a clear and dynamic lesson, showing us how writing translates to film and teaching us to think practically. Our Creative Writing students loved her workshop!"
- Senior Teaching Fellow, Warwick Writing Programme
London based, Turkish-Italian Writer/Director Flavia Casà has a BFA in Film Production
from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She
is a video producer for advertising campaigns. Alongside this she is a
guest lecturer in screenwriting at
Warwick University, where she
focuses on storytelling as a
powerful tool for communication.
She has combined her creative skills
with her passion for teaching by mentoring
socially marginalised young people, and developing imaginative play with disabled children. Flavia is passionate about empowering young people through film. She is fully trained in safeguarding best practiceses and is DBS certified.
She has worked for acclaimed directors Cédric Klapisch and Noah Baumbach. With Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu, she worked on the Academy Award-winning Birdman,
where she was mentored by Director of Photography, Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC.
Flavia has directed a variety of short
films, which received accolades
globally. Flavia's feature film, Beautiful
in the Morning, premiered and opened
LA Femme International Film Festival,
where Flavia was a finalist for Best Feature Writer. The film received 3 Awards in acting, and another 3 nominations for Best Feature, Best Cinematography, and Best Music. The script was top 15% of the prestigious Academy Nicholl Fellowship.