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Film School "FREE"@ World Mentoring Academy WilliamsCurator470-222-3369mike@worldmentoringacademy.comPasadenaCA91106USA
TV Broadcast School "FREE"@ World Mentoring Academy WilliamsCurator470-222-3369mike@worldmentoringacademy.comPasadenaCA91106USA
Youtube Creators WilliamsCurator470-222-3369mike@worldmentoringacademy.comPasadenaCA91106USA
Final Cut King King503) 308-9224finalcutking1@gmail.comCAUSA
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Video Copilot (Adobe premeire & After Effects) Pasadena Street Suite 108Lake ElsinoreCA92530USA
Indie Film Academy Indie Film Academy is an online portal for learning everything you need to make and sell an independent film. Our team consists of a number of industry professionals as well as professors.Jason Buff9419328588hello@indiefilmacademy.comSarasotaFLUSA
Student Reporting Labs PBShttps://studentreportinglabs.orgFSchool PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs initiative is building the next generation of public media with a unique digital journalism curriculum, local PBS station mentors and the opportunity to tell important community stories to the world.leah clapmanUSA
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Public VR Labhttp://publicvrlab.comEducBuilding a natl movement for Community #VR. Makers space for immersive #storycoders #Digital inclusion, #VRAcademy, #access; #WebVR #AR #360 #VREcohackKathy BisbeeExecutive Director617) 731-8566kathy@brooklineinteractive.orginfo@brooklineinteractive.org46 Tappan StBrooklineMA2445
VidCon than 300 of the most innovative and influential YouTube creators will perform, discuss, and connect with the more than 20,000 attendees expected at the three-day conference. Creating an event for something so wildly diverse and rapidly evolving may be an impossible task, but it is one we attempt anyway, and with excitement, because we believe that online video is the most important cultural force since the motion picture. We believe deeply that we are in the very early, defining moments of an extremely powerful global Convention CenterAnaheimCAUSA
*Global SchoolNet US-Russia SEE - Opening Doors Marie Andres270 N. El Camino Real, Ste. 395EncinitasCA92024USA*
*STN GlobalAssoc?Nancy HeldCarlsbadCAUSA
Actors Equity 978-8080877-232-1913, ext. 8265636 Tujunga AvenueNorth HollywoodCA91601USA
Actors Equity, ext. 831165 West 46th StreetNew YorkNY10036USA
Actors Equity, ext. 82110319 Orangewood BoulevardOrlandoFL32821USA
Actors Equity, ext. 815557 West Randolph StreetChicagoIL60661USA
Artist's Rights Foundation Broadway, 5th FloorNew YorkNY10012USA
Director's Guild of America 289-20007920 Sunset BoulevardLos AngelesCA90046USA
Director's Guild of America 258-0800110 West 57th StreetNew YorkNY10019USA
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS 969-4333office@theasc.comcustomerservice@theasc.com1782 N. Orange Dr.Los AngelesCA90028USA
Youth Broadcast & Media Association (YBAMA)
AssocWilliam Bronston916) 944-0100drmarat@macnexus.org3711 Dell RdCarmichaelCAUSA
Southern USA Paid Cast and Crew Gigs Plus Media News Cast and Crew gigs throughout Southern America. States may include: AZ, CA, FL, GA...USA
TentSquare Film Challenges
Scholastic Media Associationhttp://scholasticmedia.orgEduMission of promoting and supporting collaboration among media educators, students and industry professionals.Jan HaugheyFounder781-690-1670janhaughey@gmail.cominfo@scholasticmedia.orgPO Box 545RandolphMA02368USA
National Association for Media Literacy Education Ciulla LipkinExecutive Director namle@namle.netP.O. Box 343New YorkNY10024USA
Assistant Directors Training Program is possible to join the DGA by meeting certain employment criteria. You might also consider applying to the Assistant Directors Training Program, jointly sponsored by the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. This exciting program accepts a limited number of candidates each year to participate in on-the-job training to become Second Assistant Directors. Candidates compete for a program position through a rigorous selection process. Once accepted, a Trainee completes 350 or 400 days of paid, hands-on work experience on actual film and television projects. An HMO is provided. He or she also attends a number of mandatory seminars on various aspects of the industry. Each Trainee who satisfactorily completes the program's requirements is invited to join the Guild.818) 386-2545mail@trainingplan.org15301 Ventura Blvd. Bldg. E #1075Sherman OaksCA91403USA
Assistant Directors Training Program is possible to join the DGA by meeting certain employment criteria. You might also consider applying to the Assistant Directors Training Program, jointly sponsored by the DGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. This exciting program accepts a limited number of candidates each year to participate in on-the-job training to become Second Assistant Directors. Candidates compete for a program position through a rigorous selection process. Once accepted, a Trainee completes 350 or 400 days of paid, hands-on work experience on actual film and television projects. An HMO is provided. He or she also attends a number of mandatory seminars on various aspects of the industry. Each Trainee who satisfactorily completes the program's requirements is invited to join the Guild.212) 397-0930info@dgatrainingprogram.org1697 Broadway, Suite #600New YorkNY10019USA
IncrediFlix Summer Camps brings new elements to summer camps. In stop-motion or filmmaking camps, imagination and creativity are expanded. Filmmakers learn story structure, storyboarding, and to work together as a crew, act in movies, and learn filmmaking techniques. Animation camps stimulate imagination by creating characters, background, film and voice-overs.949) 548-5424all USCAUSA
OCSA’s Foundation Arts Enrichment Program Summer Arts and Academic Enrichment Program returns this year beginning June 29 (grade 4 and up). Five-week program in musical theatre, ballroom dancing, ceramics, dance, guitar, animation, graphic design, creative writing and dramatic writing. Also, one-week workshops in film, TV, Jazz, Winds and much more. All classes taught by OCSA artist teachers and held on the Orange County School of the Arts campus. Limited space. For classes offered during the school year, see additional listings in “Arts and Crafts,” “Music,” “STEM” and “Theater Arts.”714) 560-09001010 N. Main St.Santa AnaCAUSA
MEDIA ARTS ACADEMY FOR TEENS AugCamp503-221-1156anna@nwfilm.org1705 SW 11th AvePortlandOR97205USA
*Inner-City Filmmakers Summer Program for low-income & minority youth, ages 17 – 22, who are high school graduates from schools throughout Los Angeles County.310) 264-3992innercity@earthlink.net3000 Olympic BlvdSanta MonicaCAUSA
US Media Literacy Week to bring attention and visibility to media literacy education in the United States. Inspired by Canada’s Media Literacy Week now in its 11th year, the National Association for Media Literacy Education is leading the efforts to create a media literacy week in the United States to showcase the work of amazing media literacy educators and organizations around the country. The mission of Media Literacy Week is to highlight the power of media literacy education and its essential role in education today.medialiteracyweek@namle.netUSA
DGA Student Film Awards American & Woman Eligeble. Winners of the DGA Student Film Awards in each category will receive a $2,500 prize from the DGA and have their films screened in a special ceremony at the DGA Theater. Jury award winners will receive a $1,000 prize and screen clips of their films at the ceremony. Ruby Sindher310) 289-2057 RSindher@dga.org7920 Sunset BoulevardLos AngelesCA90046USA
*California Student Media Festival
Keena Levert
klevert@pbssocal.orgZipper Concert Hall Colburn SchoolLos AngelesCAUSA
*CCSD Broadcast Journalism Contest*USA
Columbus International Film Festival
Community Media Day/ Free Speech Week 20Event315-888-10201020@communitymediaday.comUSA
*Crash Cinema
Crash Student is based on the Crash Cinema filmmaking challenge fine tuned for high school and college students. Can you create a compelling, cohesive film in just eight hours? SIFF Crash Cinema is a movie production challenge, taking participants from concept to screening in one day. It is about having fun, making a movie and seeing it on the big screen. The script is developed on the spot by your Crash team (usually 3-6 people) and you design your story based on your team's resources. Come with your own team or find a team at SIFF. Crash Cinema is a bi-monthly and non-competitive challenge.USA
CineYouth - Chicago International Film Festival East Adams #800ChicagoIL60603USA
Film Independent mission is to champion the cause of independent film and support a community of artists who embody diversity, innovation, and uniqueness of vision.Ryan Collins, Ginsberg/Libby
310) 432-1200ryan.collins@ginsberglibby.com9911 W Pico BlvdLos AngelesCA90035USA
AT&T Film Awards 22-23EventWarner Bros. StudiosLos AngelesCAUSA
*Fresh Film Northwest + Filmmaking for Teens & Teachers 22-26EventNorthwest Film Center's free to enter youth film festival, is now open for submissions. Individual and group submissions from youth ages 13 to 19USA
HollyShorts Film Festival 13-22Eventan organization devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panel and forums. The HollyShorts Film festival showcases the top short films produced 30- minutes or less.818) 760-9897staff@hollyshorts.com333 Washington Blvd #379Marina Del ReyCA90292USA
Humboldt International Film Festival has been bringing independent and alternative short films to Humboldt County for 47 years. As the world’s oldest student-run film festival, we create a unique venue for digital media that enjoys an international reputation for supporting and celebrating independent filmmakers. Founded in 1967 by a group of film-loving Humboldt State University students, the Humboldt Film Festival continues to expand over the years, now featuring several days of public screenings, workshops, and presentations by guest filmmakers. The festival promotes the art of film, not only as a means of entertainment, but also as a instrument for self-expression, and a stimulus for dialogue about social, political, and cultural issues. Kyrie Hood707-826-4113kah977@humboldt.edufilmfest@humboldt.eduHumboldt State University, Dept. of Theater Film and Dance, 1 Harpst St. ArcataCA95521 USA
*Influence The Choice student video contest a caring community promoting healthy youth and families.  We envision a community working together to provide a supportive environment in which children and families thrive.  We aim to reduce the number of at-risk youth within the Issaquah School District and to increase the protective factors that enhance healthy living.  We invite all sectors of the community to join us in identifying cultural norms and environmental conditions that influence personal health conditions. Bring your energy, passion, and ideas to meetings, events, and initiatives. Together, we are creating a caring community.WAUSA
International Student Film Festival 14-15 2015EventThe organization provides a unique venue for independent films by student filmmakers from around the world. The festival is open to students only. Participants must be undergraduate or graduate filmstudents. Students should be registered in elementary, junior high school, high school, college, university or private film schools. Dorothy Supri, Festival Director818-425-8137dsupri@isffhollywood.org4821 Lankershim Blvd. Suite F-132North HollywoodCA91601USA
Lake Placid Filmmaking Competition this competition, teams from five colleges and universities are given twenty-four hours to write, produce, and edit a film. The teams cast their films from a common pool of actors and must include certain pre-defined elements into their stories. These elements change from year to year, and might include lines of dialogue and visual icons of Lake Placid culture.Dr. Sue Lawrence845.575.3000 x2657Sue.Lawrence@marist.eduLake PlacidNYUSA
*Los Angeles Student Media Festival festival celebrates their innovative work and the creative spirit inherent in public and private high school students throughout Los Angeles County. By providing a unique outlet, the festival will help inspire students to invest in their craft and grow as artists, encouraging the development of Los Angeles’ next generation of filmmakers.Mehrin Rahman Communications Deputy213) El Portal Theatre, 11206 Weddington StNorth HollywoodCA91601USA
*NATAS BOSTON / NEW ENGLAND Regional Student Production Awards Emmys (Manchester) | Hartford | New Haven | Providence-New Bedford | Portland-Auburn | Burlington-Plattsburgh | Springfield-Holyoke | Bangor | Presque IsleJill D. Jones617-283-6314natasne@aol.comP.O. Box 1332NewportRI2840USA
*NATAS CHICAGO / MIDWEST Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Milwaukee | Green Bay-Appleton | Madison | South Bend-Elkhart | Peoria-Bloomington | Wausau-Rhinelander | RockfordRebekah Cowing312-369-8600infonatas@aol.com600 S Michigan Ave Fl 5ChicagoIL60605USA
*NATAS HEARTLAND Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Oklahoma City | Tulsa | Wichita-Hutchinson Plus | Omaha | Colorado Springs-Pueblo | Lincoln & Hastings-Krny | Topeka | Grand Junction-Montrose | Cheyenne-Scottsbluff | North PlatteAudrey Elling303-722-0916office@emmyawards.tv2140 S Ivanhoe St Ste G3DenverCO80222USA
*NATAS LONE STAR Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Worth | Houston | San Antonio | Austin | Harlingen-Wslco-Brnsvl-McA | Waco-Temple-Bryan | El Paso (Las Cruces) | Tyler-Longview(Lfkn&Ncgd) | Corpus Christi | Amarillo | Beaumont-Port Arthur | Lubbock | Wichita Falls & Lawton | Odessa-Midland | Sherman-Ada | Abilene-Sweetwater | Laredo | San Angelo | VictoriaTerry Markis214-941-3669admin@lonestaremmy.org408 W Eighth St #201DallasTX75208USA
*NATAS LOWER GREAT LAKES Regional Student Production Awards Emmys (Canton) | Indianapolis | Toledo | Ft. Wayne | Youngstown | Erie | Lafayette, INGary Manke440-526-3669administrator@nataslgl.org30400 Detroit RdWestlakeOH44145USA
*NATAS MICHIGAN Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Grand Rapids-Kalmzoo-B.Crk | Flint-Saginaw-Bay City | Lansing | Traverse City-Cadillac | Marquette | Alpena Stacia Mottley248-592-0086smottley@comcast.net24903 Lois LaneSouthfieldMI48075USA
*NATAS MID-AMERICA Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Louis | Kansas City | Little Rock-Pine Bluff | Springfield, MO | Paducah-Cape Girard-Harsbg | Shreveport | Champaign&Sprngfld-Decatur | Davenport-R.Island-Moline | Ft. Smith-Fay-Sprngdl-Rgrs | Monroe-El Dorado | Columbia-Jefferson City | Joplin-Pittsburg | Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk | Jonesboro | Ottumwa-Kirksville | St. Joseph |Maggie Eubanks314-533-2993maggie@emmymid-america.org1001 W Highlands Plaza DrSt. LouisMO63110USA
*NATAS MID-ATLANTIC Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Pittsburgh | Harrisburg-Lncstr-Leb-York | Wilkes Barre-Scranton-Hztn | Johnstown-Altoona-St ColgeTara Faccenda610-859-8886jennifer@natasmid-atlantic.org85 Overlook CirGarnet ValleyPA19060USA
*NATAS NASHVILLE / MIDSOUTH Regional Student Production Awards Emmys (Fayetvlle) | Charlotte | Nashville | Greensboro-H.Point-W.Salem | Memphis | Knoxville | Huntsville-Decatur (Flor) | Chattanooga | Tri-Cities, TN-VA | Greenville-N.Bern-Washngtn | Wilmington | Jackson, TNGeneva M. Brignolo615-259-0040emmynash@aol.com161 Rains AveNashvilleTN37203USA
*NATAS NATIONAL CAPITAL Regional Student Production Awards Emmys, DC (Hagrstwn) | Baltimore | Norfolk-Portsmth-Newpt Nws | Richmond-Petersburg | Roanoke-Lynchburg | Salisbury | Harrisonburg | CharlottesvilleCarol Wynne707-234-4122cwynne@capitalemmys.org12100 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 130RestonVA20190USA
*NATAS NEW YORK Regional Student Production Awards Emmys York | Buffalo | Albany-Schenectady-Troy | Rochester, NY | Syracuse | Binghamton | Utica | Elmira (Corning) | WatertownJacqueline Gonzalez212-459-3630 jgonzalez@nyemmys.org1375 Broadway # 2103New YorkNY10018USA
*NATAS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Francisco-Oak-San Jose | Sacramnto-Stkton-Modesto | Fresno-Visalia | Honolulu | Reno | Monterey-Salinas | Chico-Redding | EurekaDarryl Compton650-341-7786darryl@emmysf.tv4317 Camden AvenueSan MateoCA94403USA
*NATAS NORTHWEST Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Portland, OR | Spokane | Boise | Eugene | Medford-Klamath Falls | Anchorage | Idaho Fals-Pocatllo(Jcksn) | Missoula | Billings | Butte-Bozeman | Great Falls | Twin Falls | Bend, OR | Fairbanks | Helena | Juneau | Glendive | Yakima-Pasco-Rchlnd-KnnwckDiane Bevins206-575-3444diane@asi-seattle.net1006 Industry DrTukwilaWA98188USA
*NATAS OHIO VALLEY Regional Student Production Awards Emmys, OH | Cincinnati | Louisville | Dayton | Lexington | Charleston-Huntington | Evansville | Terre Haute | Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill | Wheeling-Steubenville | Clarksburg-Weston | Bowling Green | Parkersburg | Lima | Zanesville Cherie Housley937-233-3303chousley@ohiovalleyemmy.org6824 Evergreen CirDaytonOH45424USA
*NATAS Pacific Southwest Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Diego | Las Vegas | SantaBarbra-SanMar-SanLuOb | Bakersfield | Palm SpringsAmy Bosler602-888-3669admin@nataspsw.orgP.O. Box 80255San DiegoCA92138USA
*NATAS ROCKY MOUNTAIN / SOUTHWEST Regional Student Production Awards Emmys (Prescott) | Salt Lake City | Albuquerque-Santa Fe | Tucson (Sierra Vista) | Yuma-El Centro | Casper-RivertonLara Gates602-345-1532lara.gates@rockymountainemmy.orgP.O. Box 74116PhoenixAZ85087USA
*NATAS SOUTHEAST Regional Student Production Awards Emmys | Greenvll-Spart-Ashevll-And | Birmingham (Ann and Tusc) | Columbia, SC | Savannah | Jackson, MS | Charleston, SC | Myrtle Beach-Florence | Augusta-Aiken | Montgomery-Selma | Macon | Columbus, GA (Opelika, AL) | Columbus-Tupelo-W Pnt-Hstn | Albany, GA | Biloxi-Gulfport | Hattiesburg-Laurel | Dothan | Meridian | Greenwood-GreenvilleCathie Bailey404-924-8989natasadmin@natassoutheast.tvP.O. Box 11613AtlantaGA30355USA
*NATAS SUNCOAST Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Pete (Sarasota) | Miami-Ft. Lauderdale | Orlando-Daytona Bch-Melbrn | West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce | Jacksonville | New Orleans | Mobile-Pensacola (Ft Walt) | Ft. Myers-Naples | Baton Rouge | Tallahassee-Thomasville | Lafayette, LA | Panama City | Gainesville | Lake Charles | Alexandria, LAKarla MacDonald954-322-3171emmysuncst@aol.com10385 Rue VendomePembroke FL33026USA
*NATAS Upper Midwest Regional Student Production Awards Emmys Paul | Des Moines-Ames | Cedar Rapids-Wtrlo-IWC&Dub | Sioux Falls(Mitchell) | Fargo-Valley City | La Crosse-Eau Claire | Duluth-Superior | Sioux City | Minot-Bsmrck-Dcknsn(Wlstn) | Rochestr-Mason City-Austin | Rapid City | MankatoJohn Murray952-381-7494info@midwestemmys.org7319 Hunters RunEden PrairieMN55346USA
NeXt Doc EventBhawin SuchakProgram Director518) 526-5586bhawin74@gmail.cominfo@youthfx.orgAlbanyNYUSA
*NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth) is the world's largest and most influential film festival for emerging directors 22 and under - helping to foster the next generation of storytellers. Each year the festival showcases films by directors age 24 and under as well as panels, workshops and networking events.SeattleWAUSA
*NSPA National Scholastic Press Association, yearbooks, magazines, newspaper websites, interactive (CD/DVD) yearbooks and broadcast programs.USA
*Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival 18 and under are invited to make a video relating how to make Peace In The Streets. Films can be made on any device: phones, tablets, or video cameras. Films will be judged by the originality and creativity. Winners could go the United Nations. Films are shown at the 2015 Peace in the Streets Global Film E Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 110-381Palm SpringsCA92264USA
*Reel Voices Lopez909.565.2132felix@sdaff.orgSan DiegoCAUSA
Rosebud Film Festival 1990 the Rosebud Film Festival has worked to recognize and honor the innovative, unusual, experimental, and deeply personal in regional film and video making, and to offer audiences with the finest in locally produced, contemporary work. Open exclusively to DC, Maryland, and Virginia media artists, the festival awards large cash prizes, valuable products and services, as well as theatrical and cable television showcases to this area’s deserving film and video creators, providing them with many opportunities for artistic growth and professional exposure.Kevin Sampson703.524.2388kevin@arlingtonmedia.org2701-C Wilson BlvdArlingtonVA22201USA
Savannah Film Festival the best in independent and innovative film from around the world. Hosted by SCAD, the annual festival presents a full range of cinematic creativity from professionals and emerging student filmmakers. SavannahGAUSA