Film and Zine Making (ages 14-19)

18 February - 24 March, 1-4pm

Film and Zine Making (ages 14-19)

18 February - 24 March, 1-4pm

Are you passionate about highlighting a particular concept to the world through various media? You’ll have the chance to develop your skills in various art forms, enabling you to identify the perfect medium to use alongside your team to communicate the stories that are meaningful to you. By the project’s end, you will have produced a short film and a dynamic magazine for further amplification of your ideas. 

Watch some of the films created as part of Peckham Sessions 2023.

Workshop Leaders

Danny Bailey is a multidisciplinary performing and visual artist. Through his work in filmmaking, theatre and writing he seeks to challenge his communities’ ideas around identity in relation to its colonial roots and articulate the nuanced experience of the black diaspora and marginalised communities. Recently in the West End’s Get Up Stand Up, Danny uses his platform to find more inclusivity within the industry and accessibility for communities from underprivileged backgrounds. He is also an Artist Associate at Brixton House, with his own films screening at the V&A, Fringe of Color Festival, National Gallery (Washington DC) and Brussels.

@ThePalaceOfTheDogs is an organisation based in Peckham, which seeks to document decolonial practices through arts and media, whilst championing the arts as a vessel for social change and community building within the black diaspora. Our studio/storefront is our effort to put B(L)ACK into the community through events, creative space, and support for our respective communities.

Jerome Scott is a multidisciplinary artist blending together movement, spoken word and theatre. He is interested in telling and exploring stories physically. When facilitating, Jerome likes to create spaces of play and discovery and build work from the bodies and voices in the room. Most recently he was a part of the National Youth Theatre REP company and featured in their plays – Much Ado About Nothing, Gone Too Far and Bakkhai. Currently he is The Lion the Witch and The Wardrobe at The REP in Birmingham. Jerome has facilitated youth arts and co-directed for Future Skills, NYT, Jigsaw Arts School, and Poetic Unity/Theatre Peckham.

Class Booking Info


Please note that this course is now underway and is no longer available to book.


Mountview, 120 Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JT