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Latino teens have a rare opportunity to learn about film

STUDENTS CAN EXPECT. TEAM THREE CLOSE UP TAKE FOUR. LEARN THE BASICS OF CINEMATOGRAPHY LIGHTING ACTING DIRECTING WRITING AND MORE THE OKCND AA YOUTH FILM INSTITUTE PREPARES THE FUTURE GENERATION OF FILMMERAKS WITH FREE WORKSHOPS. SO ALL OUR STUDENTS CAN EXPERIMENT, WHAT YOU KNOW HOW TO BE ON SET WITH REAL FILMASTERS WHO NEVER HAVE UD SE BEFORE. IQUEUN STUDENT GROUP ROGELIO ALMEIDA, DIRECTOR OF THE OKLAHOMA MESSINA LATINO FILM FESTIVAL, SAYS IT’S A GREAT WAY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO FIND THEIR PASSION. WE HAVE STUDENTS WHO MAY WANT TO ENTER BECAUSE THEY MAY WANT TO LEARN TO WRITE. BUT THEY AOL GET TO LOVE THE EDITING SOMETIMES THEY LOVE TO PLAY AND SOMETHING THEY DON’T EVEN KNOW EYTH THEY WANTED SINCE 6 TAKE 5. THROUGHOUT THE WORKSHOP STUDENTS WILL LEARN HOW TO WRITE THEIR OWN STORY LEARN HOW TO FILM AND FIT AND WILLRE CATE THEIR FIRST SHORT WHICH PREMIERE AT CINE LATINO FILM FESTIVAL AND I HAVE YOU KNOW, FILMMAKI KNGIND OF COMPOSE LOTS OF ART IN KNOWOU Y HAVE MUS YOUIC HAVE PHOTOGRAPHY YOU HAVE ACTING DUEO T RISING COVID CASES THE INSTITUTE HAS BEEN PUSHED BACK TO MARCH REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN WITH A DEADLINE OF MARCH 1ST THE FILM FESTIVAL NOW IN ITS EIGHTH YEAR WILL TAKE PCELA IN APRIL WITH HOPE TO RETURN TO AN IN-PERSON EVENT. OUR MISSION TO ENSURE THAT THE SUPPORT OF FILMASTERS IS OBTAINED AND

Film Institute for Latino Teens in Oklahoma Offers a Rare Opportunity to Learn the Craft of Filmmakers

A Latino Youth Film Institute returns this year as part of the Cine Latino Film Festival and aims to expand opportunities for Latino students to learn about the industry. Students will learn the basics: cinematography, lighting, acting, directing, writing and more. The Institute prepares the future generation of filmmakers with free workshops. “All of our students learn how to be on set with real filmmakers,” said Rogelio Almeida, director of the Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival. a small group of students. Almeida said it’s a great way to help young people find their passion. “We have students who come because maybe they want to learn how to write, but they also end up liking editing or they like acting,” Almeida said. “It’s something they didn’t even know they wanted to do. Throughout the workshops, students will learn how to write their own stories, film and edit, and they will create a short film for a premiere at the Cine Latino festival. “I think film really encompasses all the arts in one. You’ve got music, you’ve got photography, you’ve got theatre,” Almeida said. >> RELATED: Hispanic Heritage Month: The Chief a Latin organization uses its life experience to help others Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, the institute has been pushed back to March Registration is open, with a deadline of March 1. The festival of film, now in its eighth year, will take place in April.”Our mission is to make sure that we give filmmakers a voice and a platform for their films,” said Almeida.To register, visit the page As Seen On.

A Latino Youth Film Institute returns this year as part of the Cine Latino Film Festival and aims to expand opportunities for Latino students to learn about the industry.

Students will learn the basics: cinematography, lighting, acting, directing, writing and more. The Institute prepares the future generation of filmmakers with free workshops.

“All of our students learn how to be on set with real filmmakers,” said Rogelio Almeida, director of the Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival.

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This is a unique opportunity offered to a small group of students. Almeida said it’s a great way to help young people find their passion.

“We have students who come because maybe they want to learn how to write, but they also end up liking editing or they like acting,” Almeida said. “It’s something they didn’t even know they wanted to do.”

Throughout the workshops, students will learn how to write their own stories, film and edit, and they will create a short film to premiere at the Cine Latino festival.

“I think cinema really encompasses all the arts into one. You have music, you have photography, you have theatre,” Almeida said.

>> RELATED: Hispanic Heritage Month: Latino organization leader uses life experience to help others

Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, the institute has been pushed back to March. Registrations are open, with a deadline of March 1st. The film festival, now in its eighth year, will take place in April.

“Our mission is to make sure we give filmmakers a voice and a platform for their films,” Almeida said.

To register, visit the As Seen On page.