We are looking for sponsors for the 2017-18 school year. Last year we had 372,000 page views. That’s a lot of eyeballs from students studying video production! If you would like to sponsor this site then please look at the options here!
The Media Education Foundation of Georgia ia having their annual Student Media Day on Saturday, September 19th. Talk to your video teacher if you’d like to register or learn more.
The Gwinnett Center International Film Festival is July 31st to August 2nd: http://www.gcifilmfest.com/screenings—schedule.html
NOCTI’s 2016 video contest is called “Be Your Own Hero.” The due date will be in September. More details are coming soon, but you can view a flyer here.
This facebook group is a good way to learn about training and jobs available to be a PA in Atlanta. Production Assistants do not necessarily need a college degree. https://www.facebook.com/groups/atlproductionassistants/
The Southeastern chapter of the Emmys is hosting their annual Mentor Connect event this Saturday. It’s free for high school students. At the session you’ll meet several people who work in television and animation in Atlanta. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about careers in video production. Please talk with your teacher if you’d like to attend. Here’s a link to the website where you can learn more and register for the event.
Many advanced students have VID1b Unit 8 ilisted as a requirement in their spreadsheet, even students who are not in VID1b. Please check your spreadsheet to see if it’s listed for you. If it is then it is ready for you now. There are two short sets of tutorials, a knowledge check, and a test.