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Chance to learn filming skills.

A FILMMAKING group based in Coventry is holding a seminar introducing people to the skills necessary to shoot their first short film.

The class, at Coventry University's Ellen Terry Building, in Jordan Well, city centre, takes place tomorrow between 10am and about 2.30pm.

Filmmaker Paul Hardy, of Kensington Road, Earlsdon, the author of a book called Filming on a Microbudget, will be taking the class.

It is being organised by Call the Shots and will discuss issues including pre-production, planning, directing and editing techniques.

Anyone interested can sign up for a course culminating in two short films which will be shot in the first week of June.

Tomorrow's seminar is free to Call the Shots members and pounds 5 (pounds 2.50 if unwaged) for non-members.

Contact Chris Pinches on 07957 429075 or e-mail chris@kensded.co.uk for details or to book a place.
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