Filmmaking in the Art Classroom on a Shoestring Budget

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Filmmaking in the Art Classroom on a Shoestring Budget
Tuesday, September 13 | 7-8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members

For more than a decade, Fresh Films has been the largest national platform for teen filmmaking—putting teens behind the camera on films, TV shows, short films, and documentaries. These teen-created films have showcased in Regal theaters, on TV, on DVD at major retailers, on iTunes, and internationally in countries including China, Australia, South Africa, and more!

Through this webinar, the Fresh Films team will show you how to bring filmmaking into YOUR classroom by using accessible personal devices such as phones and tablets. They'll walk you through a film process that you can use with your students, including: script creative, script breakdown, shot selection, filming, and editing. You will also learn fun ways to do low-budget effects, which is always a crowd pleaser.

No previous movie-making experience or big budgets required—just a personal device and a willingness to create!


Kelli Feigley (Moderator)

Managing Director of Fresh Films

About Fresh Films:

Launched in 2002, Fresh Films annual filmmaking program for teens engages over 250 teens on the film set or in the editing bay for film and TV projects. Now based at Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill., Fresh Films also collaborates with educators and schools to bring Fresh Films into schools as part of interactive assemblies, curriculum, workshops and grants.

Fresh Films projects include “Traveling Without Moving", a science comedy starring Steve Guttenberg (3 Men & A Baby) that will debut at White House Event this September 2016, “The Stream," a coming-of-age family comedy created by teens, benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs of America and featuring Mario Lopez (Extra) and Rainn Wilson (The Office, Backstrom); and “Detectives Club," a science TV show for kids. More information at www.fresh-films.com

Estlin Feigley (Moderator)

Creative Director of Fresh Films

About Fresh Films:

Launched in 2002, Fresh Films annual filmmaking program for teens engages over 250 teens on the film set or in the editing bay for film and TV projects. Now based at Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill., Fresh Films also collaborates with educators and schools to bring Fresh Films into schools as part of interactive assemblies, curriculum, workshops and grants.

Fresh Films projects include “Traveling Without Moving", a science comedy starring Steve Guttenberg (3 Men & A Baby) that will debut at White House Event this September 2016, “The Stream," a coming-of-age family comedy created by teens, benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs of America and featuring Mario Lopez (Extra) and Rainn Wilson (The Office, Backstrom); and “Detectives Club," a science TV show for kids. More information at www.fresh-films.com

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