Joshua's Stage Filmmaking Workshop for students in grades 9-12 is for students with a wide range of special needs, who are interested in learning and engaging in the process of creating a film from the planning stage through the screening stage. Students will plan and create a story, plan the scenes, act out the story, work behind the camera, engage in the editing process, and participate in the film screening for friends and family at the end of the workshop. Our team of awesome instructors from Golden Arm Media will guide participants through the fun process. Volunteers will also be available to support the students. The workshop has a minimum of 4 students and a maximum of 8 students.
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