This year, the Nantucket Film Festival (NFF) will select 10-14 Nantucket High School students in grades 9-12 to participate in our Teen View on NFF Filmmaking Program in collaboration with NCTV.
This tuition-free, intensive filmmaking program is a three-month course in storytelling through the art of film. The program takes place on Wednesdays after school at NCTV. The program concentrates on developing skills in the craft of writing short films culminating in a hands-on crash course in shooting, directing and editing the shorts.
The program will provide ample time to write and rewrite the script and then will move into two weeks of production and four weeks of editing. Participants learn through the process of filmmaking itself, critiquing their classmates’ work, and technical and aesthetic classroom instruction. The completed films have their World Premiere screening at the 28th edition of the Nantucket Film Festival’s in-person event this coming June 2023.
Mark has been teaching Media Literacy since 2004, is currently on staff at the Nantucket New School, and heads up the Educational Program for NCTV.
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Program starts Wednesday, September 21st.