The Frames Film Program is looking for the next young film enthusiasts for its 16th cycle.
The program will start from October 4th to December 6th, 2017 at Drive Youth Employment Services.
It is a ten-week program that runs every Wednesday evenings, 6pm to 9pm, with one weekend shoot and one weekend edit session.
Participants will receive a hot meal and bus tickets for each evening session.
Young adolescences ages 16 to 30, living in the Lower Mainland are invited to join the program. Especially, any youths who encounter many issues, for example, homelessness, mental health challenges, unemployment, marginalization) are also welcomed to join the program.
The Frames Film program is an initiative of the Frog Hollow Neighborhood House that aims to provides learning opportunities of basic knowledge of film making for youths who may have issues accessing it.