Learn a wide array of video production techniques using professional cameras, equipment, and software, all while making a great documentary about our community. The Documentary Class is a video production program for area pre-teens/teens, grades 5-12. The program combines media literacy and video production as students learn to produce short documentaries on a community topic of their choosing. The media instructors will act as executive producers, while the students write, direct, shoot, and edit in small production crews.
Participants in this class will explore their own racial and cultural identities in relation to art making and analyze media through a social justice lens. Then, they will work in teams to create videos representing the “Reel Truth” of their lives in these modern and media-making times.
The Documentary Class will run every Thursday starting January 12 to June 1, 2017 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. There is a $100.00 fee for program participation.
If interested, please complete and submit the application form before the information session.
FEE: $100.00 (Due first day of program, January 12)
AGES: 12 – 16
WHEN: Thursdays (5:00 pm – 7:00 pm), January 12 – June 1, 2017
WHERE: The Blazers
1517 W 48th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90062-2049
If you have questions, you can call the Foundation at: (310) 226 – 8441 or e-mail us (email@example.com).