I call architecture frozen music.
--- Goethe

 

The 2012 San Francisco Frozen Film Festival Presents
the first annual Youth Filmmakers Program
Voices from the Heart!

youth filmmakers program

This year we feature a collection of original films by kids and teens from San Francisco and Oakland.

Join Us! Friday, June 22, 2-5pm
The Koret Auditorium
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA

youth filmmakers

Two filmmakers will be awarded with a special acknowledgement of achievement, including a gift certificate to expand their knowledge and skills at the Bay Area Video Coalition, and their film will be featured in the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival in July at the Roxie Theater!

youth filmmakers

For tickets, simply send an email to frozenfilmfestival@gmail.com
Subject: Youth Filmmakers
In the body of the email please list your name and the number of tickets you would like to reserve. This is a free event, however we advise audience members to reserve seating in advance.
youth filmmakers

Friday, June 22, 2-5pm
Koret Auditorium
San Francisco Main Library
100 Larkin Street, Lower Level
San Francisco, CA 94102

youth film

The SF FFF Youth Filmmakers Program was held on June 22, 2012 at the S.F. Public Library Koret Auditorium. It was open to the public and featured a lively forum of members of the local community and films by bay area youth. The films included selections from the organization Streetside Stories and the Bay Area Video Coalition, who donated two prizes of $300 in free classes to two winning filmmakers. For updates on future programs, join the SF FFF mailing list.

*Photos feature students of the Bay Area Video Coalition.

The Youth Filmmakers Program is sponsored in part by the San Francisco Public Library and the Bay Area Video Coalition.

 

 

back to top