Date(s) - Sunday, May 27, 2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
For Those That Love The Art of Moviemaking
The creative Phillip Church of “What if Works” is proud to announce the first ever Emerging Movie Maker Showcase at the Seminole Theatre on Sunday, May 27th from 3 to 5pm.
Having developed a four-week outreach program for at-risk youth, the community is invited to join the celebration as their work is released at the Seminole Theatre, Homestead. The program is in association with Ear Responsible Studios.
The emerging talents of sixteen participants representing Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, Branches, and the Migrant Farm Workers Association will share their processes and showcase original projects. Each participant contributed equally as actors, directors and screenwriters.
Under the mentorship of four theatre graduates from Florida International University, participants learned the art of story-boarding while everyone experienced the harrowing challenges of the “on camera” screen test. While incorporating a wide range of shot sizes and angles in their final short films participants were also required to be each other’s stage managers and camera operators. And, of course, everyone’s favorite element — editing!
Why not show your support for these future movie makers of America as they share their work and passion with the community of South Dade and Homestead.
There is no cost for the event and tickets can be booked at the Seminole Theatre Box Office, 18 N. Krome Ave, Homestead or on-line http://seminoletheatre.org
For more information call 305-271-1073 or go online at www.whatifworks.com