Announcing “Media Professional & Peer Review” Workshop | Beyond the Peaks Film Fest
Join us for a FREE virtual workshop!
March 15th, 1:00-2:15 PM
Connect with local professional film and media-makers during this virtual workshop, open to students and teachers. Show off your work-in-progress and get feedback from your peers and professionals in a real-time review.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your filmmaking skills, get technical and storytelling insights from diverse working professionals, and meet peer film and video buffs from across the region!
Sign up today to reserve your spot. Registration closes Friday, March 10th.
– High school students in NY, VT, and QC (grades 9-12) – Home school students (grades 9-12)
– Teachers and homes chool educators supporting student filmmakers
1 – 2:15 PM Guided instruction and breakout sessions with workshop instructors
Where is the workshop?
The “Media Professional & Peer Review” Workshop takes place virtually on Zoom. A link to the workshop will be emailed to all enrollees prior to March 15th.
About Beyond the Peaks Student Film Festival
Mountain Lake PBS is proud to present the Beyond the Peaks Student Film Festival during the 2022-23 school year. Celebrating its 4th year showcasing student creativity and talent from across the region and beyond, teachers and students alike can learn the ins and outs of film-making while crafting films in a variety of genres.
Keep up-to-date with information on additional filmmaking workshops for students, resources for educators, and more with our Beyond the Peaks mailing list.
How to Enter
High school students, 9-12 grade, located in NY, VT, or QC are eligible to enter.
Create a student or teacher account on Skills21 Launchpad to begin exploring tutorials, resources, and step-by-step instructions on how to successfully submit your completed film entries! Film entry categories include Documentary, PSA, Drama, Comedy, and Open Theme.
Submissions are due by April 30th with winners announced at an end-of-school year Red Carpet Showcase. The top three winners will receive a cash prize and video supplies!
Storytelling & Filmmaking Resources on PBS LearningMedia
Check out our PBS LearningMedia collection, “Storytelling and Filmmaking”, for classroom-ready resources, tools and tips to help your student filmmakers succeed.
This collection of resources supports diverse skill building and hands-on learning opportunities for students focused on digital storytelling and media creation, amplifying youth voices, and encouraging careers in video production and filmmaking.
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