Film Production Youth Program
Auburn Public Theater is proud to host this fall’s film production program, which will be taught by Teddy Brill and Carmen Liberatore. The fall young adult program in filmmaking gives aspiring filmmakers a hands-on education in how to breakdown a script, along with the basics of digital filmmaking, non-linear editing, lighting, directing and storytelling. Participants work under the direction of media professionals at Auburn Public Theater, and this year, participants will have access to the facilities at Cayuga Community College. With their newfound skills, students leave the program knowing the steps to create films independently. No previous film or video making experience needed! Participants are encouraged to join their peers this October at the second annual Cayuga Film Festival to gain a better understanding of what other film makers in the area are producing, make meaningful connections with other artists, and expand their professional network.
Perfect for middle and high school students ages 13-18.
Dates and Times: TBA
Cost: $150/student; scholarships available upon request
APT educational programs are made possible through the generous support of:
The Cayuga Community Fund, The Central NY Community Foundation, The Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation, The John Ben Snow Foundation, The Kiwanis Club of Auburn, The Nelson B. Delavan Foundation, Lyons National Bank, J.M. McDonald Foundation, Inc., The Mimi Fishman Foundation, The M&T Charitable Trust, NYSCA, The Guido and Ellen Palma Foundation, SKARTS Skaneateles Area Arts Council, and The United Way of Cayuga County.