PRO-TV's Summer Media Intensive Screening

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Thu, 08/14/2014 - 6:00pm
DCTV 87 Lafayette, Street, NYC

This summer, 40 amazingly talented and hardworking youth came to DCTV to learn digital filmmaking and create original films! Come join us for the premiere screening of their new fiction and documentary films that show the unique worldview of NYC youth!

Please join us in celebrating the work of these emerging artists!

Post-Screening Q&A

Following the screening students will answer questions from the audience about their films, their process, and their experience in the Summer Media Intensive Program.

Attend

Admission is free, but RSVP to Esther Cassidy at esther@dctvny.org or (646) 484-4633.
Space is limited. First come first served.
Doors 6:00pm | Event 6:30pm

Supporters

DCTV's PRO-TV program is generously supported by The Pinkerton Foundation, The Charles Hayden Foundation, The Surdna Foundation, Samuel Rubin Foundation, The Altman Foundation, The Hive New York Learning Network, and the New York State Council on the Arts. PRO-TV is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. PRO-TV is also generously supported by many individuals.

About

DCTV
Founded in 1972 DCTV is a non-profit media arts center that produces acclaimed broadcast documentaries and provides affordable digital workshops, production equipment rentals, post-production facilities, a signature screening and event series. PRO-TV is DCTV’s free youth media arts training program, that serves over 1,200 youth a year.

Summer Media Intensive Program
The Summer Media Intensive Program gathers youth from all five boroughs to its FREE six-week training program where students will learn collaborative filmmaking and media arts, media literacy, video production and editing, and story telling through digital video production. These participating students will then create narrative, documentary, or experimental short films and develop web content. Many Summer Media Fellows go on to participate in our Junior Media Fellowship.