Tag Archive for filmmaking

AT&T MENTORSHIP CONTENT LAB ACCEPTING APPLICATION FOR YOUNG FILMMAKERS

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AT&T and Ghetto Film School are looking for 10 LA-based aspiring filmmakers, ages 14-18 for the AT&T Mentorship Content Lab. The program runs from September 14 – December 12, 2019. to pitch a panel of creative executives, including Emmy-winning writer-producer, and AT&T Mentorship Program Lead Mentor Lena Waithe. They will work as a team to…

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Teens of LA Can Submit to LA Public Library’s Film Fest ‘19

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Have a student interested in filmmaking? Let them flex their creative muscle this summer and submit their work of art to the LA Public Library’s film festival. Students between the ages of 11-18 should submit a short film to the Teens of LA Film Fest. File limit is 1GB. Submission to the Film Fest is…

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Get Lit Summer Film Camp Teaches Students How to Make Music Videos

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Do you have a mini-Spike Jonze lurking afoot? Spike started out doing music videos and graduated to films, eventually earning an Academy Award for Best Screenplay for Her. Young filmmakers, ages 14-18, will learn to produce an original music video, collaborate with other young filmmakers from across Los Angeles, and meet professionals from the creative…

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Free Film School Offered to High School Students

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Update: Deadline extended to March 31, 2017 If your student has a keen interest in filmmaking, they’ll want to apply to the Ghetto Film School Fellows Program.  Ghetto Film School is accepting high school students from New York and Los Angeles for their 2017 – 2019 Fellows Program, deadline is March 15, 2017. The Fellows…

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HS Students Can Learn Filmmaking in Free 30-Month Program

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Do you have the next Nate Parker or Ava DuVernay in the making? Here’s an incredible opportunity for them to learn how to write, direct and edit their own short films under the tutelage of top filmmakers and industry experts over the course of 30 months…for free. Ghetto Film School LA is a ground-breaking initiative that…

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