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You've shot your film, now how do you make it look really good? Come learn on this studio tour.
BARK BARK is one of the leading studios in Atlanta for commercial branding and content creation. Their content gets millions of views per day and they have worked with some of the biggest corporations and networks in America. Meet the pros behind the scenes on this tour!
Bring a clip or pitch of a film or media project to share and receive feedback from your peers and industry professionals.
Teens get the chance to learn about the game development industry from working professionals in a discussion-like setting.
Visit Atlanta’s only “Hollywood style” prop house in this tour! We’ll learn about the process of selecting and renting props while browsing their warehouse that houses over 1 million items from every time period and genre. This event is limited to teens and will fill fast, RSVP at Eventbrite.
Started in 1998 as a hobby, HowStuffWorks.com has grown into a multimedia empire featuring podcasts, vlogs, a broadcast tv show and more, reaching an audience of more than 58 million per year. Visit their Atlanta studio on this tour. This event is limited to teens to and their chaperones and will fill fast, RSVP via Eventbrite.
Learn how to get those sweeping aerial shots with guest speaker Kids Drone Zone! In this demo we'll learn about drones and how they're used in the film industry.
Tour Silver Scream FX Lab and go behind the scenes with lead makeup artist and visual effects guru Shane Morton! Currents is open to TEENS and their chaperones.
Join us just outside Ponce City Market for an afternoon of large scale prop creation! Learn how to build a six-foot rocketship for the September 10th Beltline Lantern Parade with help from Variables Press and Binders Art Supplies.
Teens are invited to learn more about the impact of music and sound on the entertainment industry at this month's Currents, featuring composer and sound designer Haddon Kime!
Stay tuned for details on our July edition of Currents!
Our series for film & media-minded teens continues in June with a visit to the Adult Swim studio!
All Currents teens are invited to attend eight hands-on events at the Atlanta Film Festival Creative Conference!
Are you an aspiring youth filmmaker or future media professional? Join us at The Workshop for a lesson in set & fabrication design with The Walking Dead foreman Julia Hill!
Join industry professionals and other media-minded Atlanta youth to discuss the importance of self-marketing.
Join us at Tube Creative for our second installment of Currents. We will have a studio tour, green screen demo, and a Q&A with the Tube staff!
In partnership with re:imagine/ATL, Atlanta Film Society is excited to introduce a new monthly series that encourages media-minded teens to network their way into the next generation of filmmakers!