Students will have a chance to shoot on a spectacular set emulating 19th century London.
(PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL) AUGUST 31, 2015— The G-Star School of the Arts for Film, Animation and Performing Arts is excited to announce that it is opening its doors to sixth, seventh and eighth graders who aspire to become filmmakers.
The G-Star Studios Cell Phone Film Festival brings these budding directors, writers and actors onto the nationally-recognized G-Star soundstage where they can being the process of building a story set in 19th century London, England during the time of Jack the Ripper.
On Sunday, October 18th, students will have a chance to visit the set and being thinking about their film. They will also be paired with student mentors from the G-Star school who can help students through the development of their story and also help with shooting and editing.
Over the next week, student will have a chance to write their story, and then the following weekend they will have a chance to shoot their film with their mobile device. G-Star student mentors will work with filmmakers to help them edit their work into a finished product.
Then, the filmmakers will have their chance to shine with a showing of their work in front of industry professionals at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Student Showcase.
For more information, visit the G-Star School’s website at gstarschool.org.