This morning, the Film Production & Scriptwriting program embarked on their biggest project of the session! Through a series of lectures and guided work periods, small groups of students are collaborating to write, film, and edit a 5-minute film that will be shown at their end-of-session film festival. Today, they focused on creating loglines and drafting their script. With help from American University film professors Ned MacFadden and Chris Prosser, students learned the fundamentals of scriptwriting, opening and closing shots, and the video and sound equipment they will be using for their projects. They will continue to develop their film over the coming days with continued sessions, and we can’t wait to see what they come up with!

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Photos by Alexandra L Fisher Photography for the NSLC

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