The Video Project Team can help you develop filmmaking skills while producing positive messages to benefit our community.
- Learn the proper use and handling of video equipment
- Acquire techniques for documentary and narrative filmmaking
- Perform editing and post production processes
- Develop short videos to raise awareness and help prevent destructive decisions
Workshops will be taught by a local filmmaker and will include all aspects of production and post-production. Available Video Project Team members will produce, direct and edit short videos of local events on a range of topics, and be able to develop their own projects as well.
The Alliance for Safe Kids invites students in grades 8-12 to complete an application. Training workshops will take place at a date to-be-determined and will be followed by a list of available project opportunities. There is no fee for this program.