Today At The Clinton Street Theater
Portland Youth Media Showcase!
Five youth-oriented media organizations are joining forces for an amazing showcase of youth-created films! $5 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Join us!
See films from:
POWGirls offers workshops in video production, cinematography, audio recording, set lighting, digital editing and media literacy for girls and non-binary youth ages 15-19. Our instructors are working media producers who inspire girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders who will help realize gender equity in the film industry. All films produced during POWGirls workshops are screened at the Portland Oregon Women's Film Festival (POW Film Fest).
Rockwood Music Video Camp / MetroEast Community Media
Local youth work with music professionals to write and compose a piece about local topics in Rockwood. Afterward, youth train with film professionals to create a music video using the music they have created. Participants dig deep into the tools of the trade using our professional sound recording booth, cameras and software; they leave the camp with a calling card video to be proud of.
Acting for Kids & Teens
Acting for Kids and Teens Classes and Workshops are ongoing so students can join at any time, we offer classes for kiddos ages 5-19. This is a safe, loving place where everyone is welcome! Classes and workshops range from on-camera auditioning to improv, scene study and more. AFK&T workshops and classes focus on TV/Film acting and the curriculum is Meisner based. We are located in the Pearl on NW 16th and Glisan, registration for fall classes starts on August 20th.
Outside the Frame
At Outside the Frame, we change the way homeless youth see and are seen by teaching them filmmaking. We are proving that homeless youth are not a liability, they are an asset to our communities. As they make their own films, they gain employable skills, and build the confidence and motivation to embrace and contribute to society.
Produced By Her
Produced By Her is a youth documentary filmmaking program that inspires girls age 12 – 17 to share the stories of women though documentary filmmaking. We address the lack of representation of women in the media by prioritizing the stories of girls in the the LGBTQ community and girls of color.
Doors open at 1:30pm; show starts at 2pm.