The Mays XIX presents: cineMAYS a film workshop and competition.
Ever wondered what it would be like to make a film? Get a thrill from being
in the spotlight, or from being the artist behind the action? Got a camera phone? Or a digital camera? Got ideas? Then you’ve already got everything you need.
We’ll give you 3 hours. We’ll help you find and develop your ideas if needed and then perfect your creation with editing on Sunday 27th. Surprise yourself with what you can do.
All entries will be published on the Mays XIX website and VarsiTV, as well as being shown at Christ’s Films on 6th March, judged by a specialist panel
consisting of The Mays XIX Committee and:
Simon Haines - ADC Committee member and Writer’s rep/hot-shot actor-director,
Michael Derringer - Head of VarsiTV.
Get creative. Get acknowledged. Get keen.
Get informed. Contact Kirsty (kep43) or Lavinia (lgtm2) with any questions.
First up, this Friday (18 Feb) will be Kristen Treen and Jordan Savage. Make sure you get yourself along; needles, sandwiches, ears, none of the above. Everyone needs a lunch break.
THE MAYS XIX presents ‘OUTSIDE THE MARGINS’, a poetry-writing workshop.
1st February, Queens’ Old Kitchens, 7-8.30pm.
Anyone and everyone is welcome, from Shakespeare to the illiterate. Some books will be provided, but bring your own if you can.
Facebook event HERE!
We will likely drink and chat also. We want to meet you. Come.
Hello you. Welcome to the new website for the Mays XiX. Take a look around, make yourself comfortable - oh, and while you’re here, how about signing up to our mailing list, joining the facebook group and following us on twitter?
We’re gearing up to deliver the best anthology yet, full of the rawest, freshest and most exciting poetry, prose and visual arts. First things first though.
We are looking for students to help us select the best work to be published next year. If you’re interested joining one of our editorial committees (poetry, prose, arts), please apply by January 30th, 2011.
We are also looking for people to help with events and marketing throughout Lent and leading up to release day. There’ll be opportunities to help run readings, organise workshops, curate an exhibition and manage a film competition - as well as helping to raise funds and help with distribution for this year’s anthology. If any of this appeals to you, please apply by January 9th, 2011.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details, areas you’d like to be involved in, telling us why and any relevant experience you might have. We’d love to hear from you!