Spring 2015: Adobe Youth Voices

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Brittney on set

WHO:

Teens age 14-18 who want to create films with purpose!

Selection for this program is based on your interview and application. There is no tuition fees to participate, thanks to our partnership with Adobe Youth Voices!


Now Accepting Submissions

6 student teams (12-18 maximum students) will be selected based on their 90 second pitch video(or audition) & application.

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION & INSTRUCTIONS

Deadline to apply for Millennium Charter High School: JANUARY 28, 2015. Deadline to apply for other high schools: JANUARY 30, 2015. 

 


WHAT:

ACCELERATED GROUP FILM CREATION

10-20minute short featurette in the category of Narrative Dramatic/Comedy Independent Short.

Our Film theme aligns with ” Create with Purpose”

What topics are you passionate about that address community issues?

Do you want to communicate positive messages through performance and cinematic language?

YOU decide on the message… and we support you to translate it into a cinematic story from concept all the way to the big screen!


FILM DISTRIBUTION:
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Our film will be screened in San Jose, CA at Adobe Youth Voices as well as hosted on their website. Film(s) are also eligible to be entered into Adobe Youth Voices “Aspire Awards”AYV Awards

 

In addition, HARA Motion Picture Conservatory will host a local premiere of the film on April 11th at MCAET to a live audience. We may also submit it to the Carmel International Film Festival.

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Mia presenting


WHEN:

Saturdays 12:00pm-4:30pm:

February 14

February 21

February 28

March 7

March 21

March 28


WHERE:

MEDIA CENTER for ART, EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY

901 Blanco Circle, Salinas CA

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AYVlogoAN OVERVIEW: How Students benefit

The Adobe Youth Voices Film Camp allows participants to engage in the process of creative video production through collaborative teams consisting of students, mentors and industry professionals. Driven by the passion to address community issues and to communicate positive messages through media, participants will select specific topics and film genres as the foundation of their creative video projects. Throughout the course of six weeks, each team will be provided with instruction and guidance from storytelling and production mentors, while being supplied with the necessary equipment and software to produce high quality media. Through this film camp, participants will be able to experience the full cycle of professional media production and the necessary planning, teamwork, innovation and creativity needed for a successful project. Upon completion, participants will be inspired and excited to explore new ways to utilize and apply media and software to make a meaningful change among their communities, peers and generation.

Participants leave the film camp with new media making skills and more confident in their ability to make positive change in their community and the world.

“We believe creativity is a critical skill that can positively shape our future leaders. After going through the AYV program, our research shows that 88% of students feel confident about their ability to ideate, collaborate, adapt and express their point of view, and persist through challenges. 95% believe that creativity is important to their future success. We are proud to be able to support these students as they work to create positive change in the world.”

Adobe Youth Voices Overview

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