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Reel Youth is offering a video production program in Ymir, BC! This program will have you working in small teams over an intensive four days, to make short, issue-based films that will be screened locally and distributed online.

      In this program, you will:                                                                                 

          • Learn story development, technical film production, and editing skills
          • Work creatively with a small group of peers
          • Help take action about an issue you care about
          • Have a ridiculous amount of fun!

Ten young people (11-18 yrs old) will be chosen to participate in this project. We are looking for people who are excited about filmmaking and interested in using film for social change. Join us to make epic media about the things that matter! We welcome any level of experience.
                    
When:
 
 July 4 - 7 from 10:30pm - 4:30pm
              ** You must attend all sessions to participate.

Where:
 The Ymir School House 
                          

Who:    Open to all teens 11-18  
                                   
             No experience necessary!

Cost:     $150 (snacks and meals provided)
              (email Evie if you need a partial scholarship)

     

Fillm festival screening:  Date and location to be confirmed.

Email
any questions to: zoe(at)reelyouth.ca



  

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