Arts for Health C.I.C Case Study

Arts for Health C.I.C. has embarked on a thrilling journey to produce a short film utilizing cutting-edge “green screen” filming techniques, highlighting the immense potential of collaborative creativity and learning.

Inspired by the success of a previous pilot project, the group envisioned another short film that would explore the magic of “green screen” technology. With aspirations to transport themselves and animated puppets to various locations around the Upper Holme Valley.

The group has aimed to support specific activities to bring their cinematic dreams to life:

  • Developing team working skills: Through the filmmaking process, the project participants are encouraged to collaborate and strengthen their team working skills, fostering a sense of unity and shared vision.
  • Acquiring essential equipment: The grant facilitated the purchase of a “green screen” and lighting kit, elevating the group’s capabilities and turning the equipment into a valuable community asset.
  • Filming and Sound Effects Capturing: The project planned to film at various picturesque locations, including Longley Farm, Kirk’s Forest, Elysium Farm, local reservoirs, and Holme Moss Summit. The goal was to capture stunning visuals and authentic sound effects, enhancing the film’s immersive experience.

The green screen film adventure at Arts for Health C.I.C., Holmfirth, stands as a shining example of how a community-driven initiative can ignite creativity.