Budget video training

How do you create powerful films on a tight budget? Arete’s video training course can help.

Arete holds regular, affordable video training courses in London, UK, which are aimed at people working in the charity / non-profit sector, as well as and non-professional and freelance videographers and photographers looking for personal development training.

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Our trainer is an award-winning documentary filmmaker with 13 years of experience in the developing world, whose films have been broadcast internationally on Channel 4, BBC, PBS, ITV, ABC, NBC, Al Jazeera, and CNN, among others.

You will discover what makes powerful and engaging video. You will learn practical information for shoots, taking into consideration budgets, time, security and access. We will show you how to choose and work with professional video producers and teams, and which style best suits your story.

You don’t need expensive equipment; just bring yourself and your drive to tell stories that make a difference.

What our video training covers

In this one-day workshop, we will cover:
– Storytelling basics
– Creative techniques to tell more powerful stories
– Video strategy and theory
– Working with video producers and teams
– Setting up and co-ordinating productions

“@TeamRubiconUK at the @AreteStories video workshop this morning. Learning how to really enhance & improve our #disasterresponse storytelling to public & media organisations.” – TRUKregionX

If you have any questions about the workshop, or would like to enquire about holding a private training session for your organisation, just email us. We don’t currently have a date for our next public video training workshop, but you can be the first to know about new dates by signing up to our monthly e-newsletter.

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Typical costs are £165 for a standard ticket, or £140 for freelance/student*.

* Students will need to produce either an NUS or dated university card