The One Minute Film Program is completed for this year. We hope to be able to offer this program again in the future, but at this time we do not have a timeline in place.
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The 2011 One Minute Film Program included films by:
Daniel A. Boos
Carey Anne Jernigan
Tara Lee Reddick
What is the One Minute Film Program?
The One Minute Film Program is an outreach initiative which provides people who have little or no filmmaking experience with the opportunity to create their first one-minute film.
Through the program participants attend a series of workshops and are provided with all the equipment and supplies necessary to make a film. Each participant will also be matched with an experienced filmmaker as his/her mentor to offer help throughout the process. Most importantly they are welcomed into the community of supportive independent filmmakers that make up AFCOOP.
Anyone interested in applying to the One Minute Film Program is welcome to attend one of our information sessions. This is a great chance to learn more about the program, view examples of films made through the program, and get application tips. Info sessions for the 2012 program will be held in early January, 2012.
- March – April – Workshops
- May – June – Individual film shoots (2 days to shoot your film)
- July – August – Editing films (you may use up to 20hrs of edit time, scheduled at your own convenience)
- October 2011 – Gala Screening
- You must be 16 years of age or older.
- You must be able to attend all meetings and workshops.
- You must be in the province of Nova Scotia for the duration of the program.
- You must not have previously made a film on film (please note: video is different! If you have made a video, you may still be eligible for this program).