Date(s) - Jun 18
16:30 - 18:30
Calling all teen filmmakers!
Submit your films by 10 June at midnight to participate in the Paris Youth Film Festival, hosted by The American Library in Paris, the Mona Bismarck Center for Art & Culture, and actor and filmmaker Clarence Tokley. If selected, your films will be shown at the Mona Bismarck American Center for Art & Culture on 18 June before a panel of judges and an audience of your peers. Winners will be selected in four categories: editing, scriptwriting, audience favorite, and best short film.
Films created after January 2015 by teens ages 12-18 are eligible. Films must be in English, and may be no longer than 15 minutes.
Submit your films to Celeste Rhoads, the children’s and teens’ services manager at The American Library in Paris: firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 June at midnight. If your film is selected you will be notified by email.
About the Library’s Master Shot Film Club:
Led by Paris based filmmaker Clarence Tokley, the Library’s Master Shot Film Club provides a space for teens to explore all aspects of filmmaking, including the development and production process, scriptwriting, camera work, directing, editing and much more, not to mention that you’ll get to know other young filmmakers in the community!