Refer a young person Creative courses Good Grief: Film Making Workshop When someone dies, life for those who were close to them will never be the same again. In a society that often has difficulty talking openly about death, dying and bereavement, stories have an important role to play in fighting this stigma. Have you got a story to tell? Have you experienced bereavement and do you want to share your experience to help others? This is an opportunity to work with three film-makers over three days and produce a short film to be screened at Good Grief Bristol, a new festival to help people talk, think and learn about grief. Details This three day workshop is for young people aged 14-19 year old who have experienced bereavement. You will be supported by experienced youth workers from Creative Youth Network and bereavement specialists from Winston's Wish. You'll work with three young film-makers from University of Bristol, exploring a creative response to grief through a short film, based on your personal experiences. Where: The Station, Silver Street, BS1 2AG When: Tues 18th - Thurs 20th February, 10am - 4pm No experience of film-making necessary You can express an interest below and we'll get in touch to have a chat and make sure this workshop is right for you. About Good Grief Bristol The short film produced through this workshop will be screened at Good Grief Bristol, a week-long festival (11th-17th May) bringing together speakers, film screenings, exhibitions, workshops, music, spoken word, a pop-up shop and a Memory Kitchen. Funded by the Wellcome Trust, Good Grief is a collaboration between the University of Bristol and charities, bereavement services and cultural venues across the city including St Peter’s Hospice, Creative Youth Network, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Arnos Vale cemetery, Off The Record and Winston’s Wish. Good Grief will involve dozens of events across the city – including a full weekend of events at Colston Hall, a conference at the University of Bristol and film screenings at Watershed. Book now With your help, we enable the most vulnerable young people to reach their potential. Make a donation and change the future. Please select a donation amount: * £7 Could cover art supplies for a creative workshop for young people who are at risk of exclusion from school £12 Could give a young carer an evening of fun activities, taking a break from their caring responsibilities £25 Could provide specialist support for a young person struggling with their mental health Other This is a monthly paymentDonate How can we help?