This is a unique opportunity: This Festival gives the youth of the world a voice in world affairs—their opportunity to speak and tell their story of how THEY would make Peace in the Streets.
This festival is designed to help our youth tell a story, share with old friends and new ones, and have an audience who will listen.
The Film Festival Details Are:
- The Festival will accept submissions from 3 age categories: 8 and under, 9–13, and 14–18
- All submissions go into the Peace in the Streets Global Film Festival competition.
- Semi-Finalists will be chosen in October. Winners will be invited to the UN for the Awards Ceremony.
- The Awards Ceremony will be held in New York in December 2015.
- The Festival will continue annually with submissions, ongoing TV episodes, and the Annual Awards Ceremony.
- Funds raised will go to produce the Peacemaker training videos for FREE distribution to all schools and youth organizations in the U.S.
Helping Youth Create Their Film – For Parents, Students, Mentors, and Teachers:
- Think of and write a story on what making “Peace in YOUR Streets” means to you.
- Draft it out using the basic writing principals of storytelling: a beginning, middle, and end.
- Figure out what visuals you need to shoot (video) to capture the story you want to tell.
- Arrange what you need to shoot: locations, actors, scenes (make sure all actors sign a Release Form).
- Shoot your story (tips for shooting, editing, and submission are on our website at www.psgff.com).
- Edit your footage—making sure to get the essence of your story told: a beginning, middle, and end.
- Finish with appropriate music (make sure you have it licensed).
- Wrap it with the end credits and thank you’s.
Peacemaker Hero shows you how to make a short film for Peace in the Street Global Film Festival. Part 1 the shooting process. Film It.
Professor Timothy A. Powell from The Production Center for Documentary and Drama is located at San Diego State University within the School of Theatre, Television, and Film, shows how to shoot a film using a videocamera.
Professor Timothy A. Powell from The Production Center for Documentary and Drama is located at San Diego State University within the School of Theatre, Television, and Film; he explains to the Boys and Girls Club how to edit using Sony Studio 13.
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