Presented by the Maine Film Center and the Mid-Maine Technical Center.
This class is fully enrolled! Please email email@example.com to be put on the waiting list.
Ever think about making a movie or documentary? Wonder what it’d be like to run a camera, act or direct, write a script? Or maybe you’re doing some of that already and now you’re looking for the next step.
The Digital Filmmaking Workshop offers area teens a chance to work with professional and student mentors over 4 sessions to create short cinematic or documentary films, ideal entries for the 2015 Maine Student Film and Video Festival. You’ll work in small teams to write, shoot, and edit your concept, and you’ll get a chance to work with professional gear and software provided by the Maine Film Center and Mid-Maine Technical Center. We’ll get you going by providing a theme, a few pointers on getting started, access to equipment and lots of support along the way. No previous experience or equipment is needed.
Who: Students in grades 6 through 10
Where: Various locations in Waterville, including the Colby College Museum of Art & Mid-Maine Technical Center
When: Saturdays – March 7 & 21, April 4 & 18, 10am-3pm
Registration fee: $25; scholarships are available.
FMI: firstname.lastname@example.org; 207-861-8138
The Digital Filmmaking Workshop is made possible by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation.