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Belcourt Teen Filmmaking Workshop

Sat, February 24 and Sat, March 2 | 10am-5pm

The Teen Filmmaking Workshop is now completely booked.
If you’d like to be added to the waitlist, please email

Attention aspiring young filmmakers! The Belcourt’s education and engagement program and Vanderbilt University’s cinema and media arts department are partnering to host a filmmaking workshop for high school students (10th, 11th and 12th grade). The workshop will be held in the Belcourt’s Jackson Education and Engagement Space on two consecutive Saturdays. You’ll learn all stages of filmmaking – from development all the way through post-production and exhibition – and collaborate with each other to make a short film.

No experience is necessary. Equipment, lunch and snacks will be provided.

The workshop is led by Mariah Kramer, senior lecturer of cinema and media arts at Vanderbilt University, with the assistance of a Vanderbilt cinema and media arts graduate student and Belcourt education and engagement director Allison Inman.

Please note: Tickets for single sessions are not available. You must attend both days to participate. Capacity is limited to 12 students.