Crash Documentary Teens at LANGSTON
LANGSTON is proud to present a FREE three-Saturday immersive documentary filmmaking workshop for Black youth aged 13-18 in participation with SIFF Education. Youth will practice the art of storytelling and learn to bring their ideas to life, creating short films around culturally appropriate themes based on historical figures of the central district and specific social justice issues from the community.
These workshops are free and require a commitment to attend all three workshops. Students who attend all three workshops will receive a $100 stipend for participation.
Workshop dates will be:
Saturday, September 11th, 9:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday, September 18th, 9:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday, September 25th, 9:30am - 6:00pm
All workshops will be held at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute with a screening of their work at 5:30pm each day for family and friends.
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Student Name (First and Last):
Student Gender Identity:
Are you participating with a friend or sibling? If so, should both be in the same group or separated?
Any medical conditions that mentors should be aware of?
Can you confirm that your student will be able to attend all three workshops?
Questions (to be answered by participating student):
1. What is your experience making movies? Why are you excited to learn filmmaking?
2. What topics or themes would you like to make a movie about?
3. What is your favorite movie and why?
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