January 22, 2018 | Blog

Frames for Film Program looking for youth to participate in film making project

The Frames Film Program provides opportunities for multi-barriered youth (ages 16 to 30) to learn the basics of filmmaking in a supportive and fun environment – at no cost.

The next 10 week cycle runs every Tuesday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. from January 23 to March 27th at Drive Youth Employment Services (2016 Commercial Drive).

The program is seeking youth living in the Lower Mainland, who face any kind of barrier – be it homelessness, mental health challenges, unemployment, or marginalization.

The Frames Film Program is an off-site program of Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House. For more information, please visit the website at www.framesfilmprogram.com or contact [email protected]

Each ten week cycle involves weekly lessons and two shooting and editing weekends, where participants gain life and employment skills, industry knowledge from guest speakers, and technical filmmaking skills.