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APA Filmmaker Program Fun and Unforgettable for High School Students

(Photo by Mike Song)

(Photo by Mike Song)

The high school students at the 2009 P.O.V. (Point-of-View) Youth Filmmaker Program are shooting a scene over and over inside Au Bon Pain in Washington D.C. on a hot Saturday afternoon in August. The director calls for quiet on the set then says action. A crew member out of the camera‚Äôs frame playfully shoves the actress playing a waitress into the scene. Read the rest of this entry »

 

2009 P.O.V (Point-of-View) Youth Filmmaker Workshop

POV shots
Washington DC — Asian Pacific American Film (APA Film) announces the 3rd year of the P.O.V. Workshop, a youth filmmaking training program designed to empower and provide a voice to local Asian Pacific American youth by teaching them the art of movie-making. The P.O.V. Youth Filmmaker Workshop program consists of a series of workshops taking place over the course of six consecutive weekends, during which participants will learn the necessary skills and steps to create a short film from conception to completion.

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