We’ve extended the deadline for our next film project to February 1 so your students can make films with Fresh Films every Thursday starting February 3!
Teens who join the Fresh Films Weekly Filmmaking program will create various filmmaking projects that will help prepare them for future media employment and education opportunities. They will learn filmmaking techniques, leadership and time management skills and they will leave the program with new media projects that they can add to their portfolios. We think your youngsters will love this program, so we’ve included an email below that you can easily forward to your students below!
Applications have been extended for Fresh Films Weekly Filmmaking!
Fresh Films has partnered with the Food Network to bring unscripted movie content to life as teens work to create their own unscripted food episodes and learn from the industry pros who brought you Chopped, Cake Wars and Iron Chef (to name a few).
The program is completely free and applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis – so apply as soon as possible to learn new filmmaking skills and get creative with telling your stories. Plus, film projects continue with social good documentaries and creating your own short narrative film!
Weekly Filmmaking @ FF Offices @ Augustana College
Thursdays From February 3 | 4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Learn editing ● Video styles ● Unscripted formats ● Audio techniques ● VFX
Plus, gain experience with professional filmmaking equipment and learn from filmmaking instructors who are professional filmmakers working in the entertainment industry!
Work on a feature film set
Win a part-time paid internship in industry
Applicants will be accepted on a rolling deadline until February 1 – so apply TODAY to learn new filmmaking skills and get creative with telling your stories.
Details and applications: freshfilms.org/
We look forward to making movies with you!
Sean Leary is a writer, director, artist, musician, producer, and entrepreneur who has been writing professionally since he started at age 11 in the pages of the Comics Buyers Guide. A graduate with honors from the master’s program at the University of Southern California, he has written more than 50 books, including the best-selling books The Arimathean, Every Number is Lucky to Someone and We Are All Characters.