Tribeca Film Institute's 2014 Summer Arts Institute Filmmaking Workshop Screening
Saturday, August 02, 2014
Event hosted by: Tribeca Film Institute
Tribeca Film Institute’s Summer Arts Institute Filmmaking Workshop presents their annual film screening.
TFI’s tuition-free intensive arts program allows for New York City Department of Education public school students entering grades 8-12, to major in dance, theater, vocal music, instrumental music, visual art, film or photography. Frank Sinatra School of the Arts School in Astoria, Queens serves as the home for the Summer Arts Institute this year, which is administered by the New York City Department of Education’s Office of the Arts and Special Projects. The Tribeca Film Institute serves as the cultural partner for the filmmaking component of the Summer Arts Institute.
Young filmmakers collaborate with instructors and receive one-on-one attention as they work towards completing their final group and personal projects. Students create, challenge, and explore the creative and technical aspects of filmmaking in a six-week program in July and August. This rigorous program is designed for students who have a media-making background. The high quality work produced has been featured in youth film festivals nationwide.