If you're a young wannabe filmmaker in the Washington D.C. area, Asian Pacific American Film invites you to participate in the 2012 P.O.V. Youth Filmmaker Workshop, a training program designed for local Asian Pacific American youth teaching them the art of visual storytelling.
Now in its fifth year, the P.O.V. Youth Filmmaker Workshop program consists of a series of workshops taking place over the course of six consecutive weekends, during which participants will learn the necessary skills and steps to create a short film from conception to completion. Here are some more details:
P.O.V. aims to encourage the artistic development of young people within our community between the ages of 16 to 19, by giving them hands-on experience in the techniques of filmmaking. Students will receive valuable insight into the creative and technical strategies essential for conceptualizing, developing, and producing films. Classes will involve a wide range of topics that will give students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and put it to immediate use.Interested? Know someone who might be interested? The application deadline is June 15. For further information about teh workshop, and to download the application form, go tot he APA Film website here.
The P.O.V. workshop will also provide an opportunity to showcase students’ work to the general public. Participants will work together to create a final short film that will premiere during the 13th annual DC APA Film Festival.
The workshop will be led by Gayle Añonuevo, Amy Hosseinnian, Wyman Lee, Ryan Tse, and Chris Tsou and will feature local filmmakers and professionals as guest instructors. They will share their expertise and expose students to various types of jobs available in the film industry. Classes will be held each Saturday from July 14 to August 18, at a metro-accessible location in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.