Black Girls Learn How To Create Films
The Black Girls Film Camp is absolutely FREE and registration is open but closes January 15, 2022. The popular film camp is entering its second year creating a space for Black girls to tell their stories through film. After applying here, the BGFC committee will go through applications and ten registrants will be chosen to participate. The 12-week intensive FREE camp gives all of the technological tools and software needed to create their own films. They will also be working closely with Black women filmmakers.
The organization is also looking for Black creative women coaches and ten professional editors contracted out. This helps each girl with the creation of their film. Camp creator and co-founder, Jimmeka Anderson’s doctorial research shows that offering a liberating space for Black girls to be their most authentic selves through film is key. Does your daughter have a story to tell? Click here to apply.
Interested participants must be:
In high school
Between the ages 13 and 18
Self identifies as a Black girl
Interested in storytelling and film
Commit to 7 Saturday sessions between 3/26 – 6/18/22
Attend a weekend production retreat in LA (Paid for by the camp)
Write and direct a 3 – 5 minute short film
Lead a production team with a film editor and creative coach