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- Thank you to everyone who came out to the final screening! Enjoy these snaps from the JuiceMedia photo booth. 📸✨Join us next Thursday for the JuiceMedia final screening! There will be amazing student videos, pizza, awards, and more!!! 🎞✨A mid-week update! 🖥📝 From script to screen, and everything in between.We recreated a scene from Moonrise Kingdom!✨🎞✨The past few weeks have been full of snack nibblin, story boarding, table reads, and production! The students are now editing project one. Final videos coming soon!! 💫🎞What an amazing first week of JuiceMedia! The students received a line of dialogue, genre, and prop to include in their film, then 2(ish) days to create and edit them! The videos are up on our Vimeo now. Can’t wait for next week 💫🎞
- JuiceMedia Fall 2018 Session StartsOctober 2nd, 2018The big day is here.
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The Fall 2019 final screening took place on December 12th. There was an hour worth of films, a filmmaker Q&A, pizza, snacks, popcorn, and an awards ceremony! Over 60 community members attended. Before and after the screening, attendees took photos … Continue reading
This week Azi and intern Blongsha busted out the green screen. Azi’s project “The Billhilly” has a scene where his character shows up onto a computer screen and tears a file on its desktop. So we set up the c-stands … Continue reading
This week students shot their last scenes of project 1. Here, Noah works as DP on Nathan’s film, called “Cease At Once, Ex BF.” It’s a comedy about the fickleness of dating in high school. Nathan hosted auditions among JuiceMedia … Continue reading
This week we recreated a scene from Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom!” The students received a piece of paper with each frame on it, a box of props, and FilmNorth’s professional film equipment. They broke out into three groups: set design, … Continue reading
Week one of JuiceMedia is complete! On the first day, we jumped right into mock 48 hour film projects. Students broke out into groups then received a genre, prop, and line of dialogue that they had to craft their film … Continue reading
The final screening was a blast! Before the event began, students helped set-up, doing everything from arranging chairs in the screening room to stapling together the brochures. They included the film titles and run-times, as well … Continue reading