'Right Up My Street' is a project run by Broadway Media Centre and funded through Creative England. Its aim is to connect young people with their communities whilst giving them professional skills through creative work.

Up to 160 Young people from eight schools across Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire will work with Broadway to develop filmmaking skills with industry professionals that will enable them to interview people from their local community about their lives and experiences.

These interviews will be collected as a resource for MACE (the Media Archive for Central England) and also serve as inspiration for each school to come up with a short script that will be combined with work from other schools to form a feature length film. The process will include industry led workshops in all elements of film production including costume, set design, music production, screenwriting, editing and working as a film crew.

Right Up My Street Project Trailer

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Charlie thinks on

Charlie thinks on

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Detention!

Detention!

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Billy & Keith after a hard days work

Billy & Keith after a hard days work

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Freddy with Sid & Sheila 

Freddy with Sid & Sheila 

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Right up My Street Poster

Right up My Street Poster

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Arnold Town photo shoot

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Community interviews, Games and the Nottingham Quiz at NUSA.

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Community Interviews, Square dancing and a Nottingham themed quiz at Bramcote School.  

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Landau Forte scriptwriting session at Broadway

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Third launch day promo!

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Heanorgate School Community Interviews

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Heanorgate School Community Interviews

On the 2nd of March we visited Heanorgate School to conduct interviews with the community. This was to encourage the students to get ideas for their films and also to get a sense of what Heanor used to be like as a town and also as a community. The students were very pleased with their interviews and got great feedback from one another and used the stories from the community to inform their film.

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