Registration Now Open! Youth Film Lab (February 16)December 10, 2018
Film Lab often sells out, so don’t delay––register today!
PCFF Give Me 5 Youth Film Lab: MAKE A MINUTE MOVIE Challenge
Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019 from 11:00am–6:00pm
@ TAPA: Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts, 150 Washington St., Providence (map)
Ages 12 – 17
Want to make a movie? The PCFF Give Me 5 Youth Film Lab challenges Rhode Island youth to work collaboratively to complete a one-minute film, in only 5 hours! Assigned teams guided by a film coach will make a film from beginning to end: brainstorming, writing, storyboarding, acting, filming, and editing. At the end of the lab, parents are invited to watch the finished films and hear the teams discuss the process.
No previous filmmaking experience required! Grade and skill level will be considered when creating teams. Part of the lab experience is learning to work as a team with people you may not know ahead of time. For this reason, we do not accept placement requests. Presented in partnership with Providence Children’s Film Festival, Give Me 5, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, and TAPA: Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts.
Cost: $65 includes supplies, brown bag lunch plus 2 passes to see a film at the 10th Annual Providence Children’s Film Festival on February 16-24.
Payment plus completed REGISTRATION APPLICATION, STUDENT FORM and MEDIA RELEASE forms are required. Space is limited and pre-registration is mandatory. Because this workshop is partially funded by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, in-state residents will receive placement preference.
- STEP 1: Reserve and pay for your seat.
- STEP 2: Complete a student profile.
- Prefer to go old school? You can also register by mail. Print a copy of the entire application and return it to PCFF, PO Box 6724 – Corliss Street, Providence, RI 02940. Seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
WAITLIST: Class sold out? Join the waitlist.
For more information, contact us:
office <at> providencechildrensfilmfestival <do> org