Youth Producing Change World Premiere & Youth Production Workshop
YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE
Founding Presenter: Adobe Youth Voices (World Premiere) Run time: 78 min
Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center
Friday, June 20th, 6:30 p.m.
Discussion with youth filmmakers and reception to follow
Saturday, June 21st, 1:30 p.m.
Discussion with youth filmmakers to follow
A program of 9 short films directed and produced by youth from across the globe. Armed with digital cameras, computers and their own boundless creativity – these young people bravely expose human rights issues faced by themselves and their communities. It’s time that we listen to what they have to say.
$8 senior (62+)
$7 for Film Society member, student & child (6-12, accompanied by an adult)
*For student group rates, please email email@example.com
The Walter Reade Theater Box Office
Monday-Friday 12:30 pm to 15 minutes after the start of the final screening.
Saturday & Sunday one half hour before the start of the first screening until 15 minutes after start of final screening.
Cash only transactions at the box office. To confirm box office hours and schedule call (212) 875-5600.
VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP AND FILM SCREENING FOR TEENS
Saturday June 21, 11am-3:30pm
Film Society of Lincoln Center, Furman Gallery, 165 West 65th Street, upper level, New York, NY
*Registration for this workshop is free, and is being offered on a first come first served basis to the first 20 youth. To save a place in the workshop please email Dina Raizman at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday June 21, HRWIFF will host a hands-on video production training and film screening for youth people ages 13- 19 lead by MNN Youth Channel. In addition learning how to make their own videos, workshop participants will interact and get feedback on their work from 11 teen YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE teen filmmakers from Boston, Brooklyn, Canada, Kentucky, San Diego and South Africa. The YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE teen filmmakers will spend time with the workshop participants, watch their videos and provide feedback. Free lunch will be provided for all participants.
Following the workshop, participants are invited to attend the 1:30pm screening of YOUTH PRODUCING CHANGE, a program of 9 short films directed and produced by youth from across the globe.
By the end of this 2 hour workshop, participants will:
*learn the basics of camera operation
*learn about camera shots and angles
*learn how to storyboard your ideas
*create a finished video!
With questions about the Youth Producing Change Workshop and Screenings please contact Cynthia Carrion at (212) 216-1247 or email email@example.com
Adobe Youth Voices is the founding presenter of this first exclusively youth produced program of short films at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival.