Calendar

Mar
22
Sat
Future Filmmakers: SOTA Media Showcase and Benefit
March 22, 2014

SOTA_ROXIE_web_2Representing the only free and public, performing- and visual-arts high school in San Francisco, the Media (Film/Video) Department at the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts has been dedicated, for over 20 years, to cultivating innovators and experimentors, cinematic visionaries who work across genres to create short narrative, documentary, animated, and experimental films.

Using a number of methods and techniques, articulating personally and socially relevant content utilizing the classroom, school, and the greater Bay Area as both location and inspiration, these diverse shorts will challenge your preconceptions of “the student film.” This program will showcase a variety of youth works from the past 10 years–written, directed, shot, and edited entirely by high-school students –and will raise money for the department’s upcoming class trip to New York City.

Apr
26
Sat
FUTURE FILMMAKERS: PICTURES OF BAYVIEW
April 26, 2014

Baycat

Saturday, April 26th

Join BAYCAT (Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology) for the PREMIERE of their latest youth-produced Community Cinema film, Endangered: A Healthy Bayview for All. Endangered, created in partnership with the Metta Fund, asked four BAYCAT youth to tackle the question “What does a healthy Bayview look like?”. BAYCAT will also screen several youth-produced shorts that focus on the strengths, hopes, and challenges of the Bayview community. A panel, moderated by BAYCAT CEO, Villy Wang, of Bayview leaders, youth media producers, and health professionals will follow to discuss the films, and the past, present and future of Bayview.

Free admission thanks to The Metta Fund, who are sponsoring the event and healthy snacks!

Jun
28
Sat
FUTURE FILMMAKERS: THE FACTORY
June 28, 2014

tumblr_n5kzyz61Fr1rzkka1o2_r1_400The Factory is a Bay Area Video Coalition’s advanced video production collective for teenagers in the Bay Area. The Factory has been training young Bay Area filmmakers for ten years. Participants create professional-quality short films: documentaries, narratives, music videos, and public service announcements. This program emphasizes creative and political expression through a strong visual style, and promotes collaboration between Bay Area youth and the organizations and individuals in their community.