Cool Prizes and FilmFest

The FilmSchool
www.thefilmschool.com
TheFilmSchool’s mission is to elevate the art of cinematic storytelling through intensive training in screenwriting and directing.

 

 

TheFilmSchool Prodigy Camp for talented teens
The film camp is a place for the world's top promising teen filmmakers to develop every aspect of their craft. In one intensive week, they will be taught the secrets to make a great film: screenwriting, directing and cinematography, and they will apply that knowledge, shooting and editing their own scene.

 

3-Week Intensive Program
The 3-Week Intensive is TheFilmSchool’s cornerstone program, teaching the principles and mechanisms of structure and character, as well as the fundamentals of storytelling, through six distinct courses.

 

Seattle International Film Festival
www.siff.net

Throughout its 35 years, SIFF has evolved into one of the leading independent and international film institutions in the United States and the world. With extensive local, national, and international media coverage, the Festival is one of Seattle’s most accessible and highly–publicized cultural events.

   
 

SIFF FutureWave            
This free program offers youth a direct link to SIFF Cinema, the Seattle International Film Festival, and our diverse local filmmaking community.  Renton FilmFrenzy is a proud sponsor of FutureWave

 

REEL GRRLS
www.reelgrrls.org
Empowering young women from diverse communities to realize their power, talent, and influence through media production.

 

National Film Festival for Talented Youth
www.nffty.org
NFFTY is the largest and most influential film festival for young filmmakers (age 22 and under). NFFTY occurs each spring in Seattle, Washington and includes 100+ film screenings, filmmaking panels, concerts by youth bands, and opportunities for young filmmakers to network with industry professionals and each other.

 

Seattle University Film Studies
www.seattleu.edu
Seattle University offers the only four-year degree in film in Seattle.  Film Studies is an independent B.A. degree program within the English Department.

 

Northwest Film Forum
www.nwfilmforum.org
Northwest Film Forum is Seattle's premier film arts organization, screening over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offering a year-round schedule of filmmaking classes for all ages, and supporting filmmakers at all stages of their careers.