26-30 julI. 5 dagar

In the course "Understanding your film vocation", we focus on finding the core that makes you a good filmmaker. We explore different techniques and methods for producing the stories you want to tell, with a focus on finding your driving forces and your own voices.

- What is your passion?

- Who are you making films for?

- Why is your story important to tell?

These and other relevant issues will be the focus of the course where the filmmaker Aka Hansen teaches based on his experiences as a feminist, indigenous people, activist, mother and woman in the film world. Through lectures mixed with both joint and individual work, we find the spark that makes you a good film narrator - and helps you formulate and understand your very film calling.

The course is suitable for you who want to get on with your film idea, or you who would like to make a film but who need guidance and guidance in formulating and understanding what you want to tell.

Date: July 26-30 (5 days)

Language: Adapted to the course participants. Aka speaks Greenlandic, Danish and English.

Course package: See our course package in film to combine this course into a whole month Folk High School. The course is also particularly suitable as part of Eget Projekt.

Course leader: Aka Hansen (GL)

Aka was born in Aarhus in 1987 and has a Greenlandic mother and a Danish father. She has studied at the Danish alternative Super16 film school (2015-18) and has since 2007 made several acclaimed film productions in Greenland, such as the youth program "Inuusuttut Silarsuaat" ("Youngsters Universe"), the comedy "Hinnarik Sinnattunilu" and the thriller "Qaqqat Alanngui ". Since 2013, Aka runs her own film production company "Uilu" which works with the goal of producing more stories about indigenous people, about Greenland and its people.