DC APA Film’s Point of View (P.O.V) Youth Filmmaker Program, where high school students learn about filmmaking, was a tremendous success this year thanks tremendously to Ventana Productions. They hosted the students for six consecutive Saturdays and let them use their cameras, editing, sound and lighting equipment. Ventana Productions is much more than a sponsor to DC APA Film: They’re like our BFF.
Ventana has a talented staff and their award-winning editing department is recognized as one of the most elite editing teams in the D.C. area. Their crew excels at all types of videography including commercials, documentaries and corporate material. DC APA Film’s Chris Tsou, who was part of the P.O.V. program, is a senior producer at Ventana.
Ventana Productions, founded more than a decade ago, is a full service video production facility with both Standard Definition and High Definition capabilities. Their mission is to provide clients with a creative environment where their tools and talents bring concepts to life.
This particular blogger, now located in the East Coast, is in pre-production for his next short film. But my crew and equipment are all located in the 323. A huge dilemma. What’s that, Ventana rents equipment? Sweet! They also offer media tours, duplications, studio services and much more. For more information about Ventana Productions, click here to visit their website.
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DC APA Film, an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization that has been recommended by the Washington Post Style Section, has had more than 20,000 in attendance during our festival since 2000.