Duckrabbit train photographers, journalists, producers and communications professionals in digital storytelling, technical film-making skills and in the effective online dissemination of their productions. We teach people to construct, produce and find an audience for their stories.
We’ve designed and run training courses worldwide, including in Bangladesh, Canada, Ethiopia, Italy, Kenya, Pakistan, Tanzania and in the UK. The work of our trainees has featured across mainstream online media, including the BBC, The Observer, TIME, The New York Times and other major news and current affairs outlets.
These three-day workshops give you the skills to produce compelling photofilms. Past students have had their productions featured on the BBC News Online, The New York Times, TIME, The Telegraph, SKY News Online, The Los Angeles Times, Trust.org and The Observer.
Our next courses will be in London on;
6th-8th August 2014 SOLD OUT
5th-7th November 2014 PLACES AVAILABLE
4th-6th February 2015 PLACES AVAILABLE
Contact us to book or click below for more info.
We design and run bespoke training for organisations in all aspects of digital production, from editorial approaches to storytelling through to technical skills in photography, audio and video production. We also train organisations to make effective use of mass and social media networks to find and impact their audience.
The courses are designed for your specific needs and are of varying lengths and can be carried out in your offices or in an external location. Contact us for more info.
We run mentored production programmes, where you can work in collaboration with the duckrabbit production team to produce your own film.
We can guide you through the production workflow, teaching you the skills required to take you from pre-production and the location shoot through to post production and completion of a finished film.