Reel Girls: High School Film Workshop is a hands-on workshop for high school girls interested in film, digital media, photography and art. This day-long workshop will expose participants to all aspects of film production. Using FMA’s professional level equipment, participants will direct, act, shoot and edit a short film.
Women’s voices are sadly underrepresented in Hollywood films. Through this workshop, we are interested in giving girls a chance to acquire skills that can help them tell their own stories. Won’t you join us?
[Check back in January for 2019 information.]
FMA hosted its 2018 Reel Girls Filmmaking Workshop on Saturday April 7, 2018. Eighteen local high school girls arrived early morning on Temple's campus for a full day of production, sound and editing. Special Thanks to our FMA Reel Girls 2018 team: instructors LeAnn Erickson, Dede Maitre and Angie Mccluskey; graduate teaching assistant Erica Hawkins, Heather Broge and Udochi Ekwerike; and undergraduate assistants Addison Leigh, Larissa Kerr and Sophia DeRise.
Make your film. Share your voice. Change the world.