July 17, 2020
The perfect contest for young filmmakers to lift their voices.
Have you had trouble connecting…or reaching out and really understanding someone?
WarnerMedia and its owner AT&T have partnered with the nonprofit academy Ghetto Film School to launch Film Credits, a new, nationwide film challenge that asks youths to create short videos expressing their “feelings of connection” at this point in history.
Here’s the blurb: “Together with AT&T, WarnerMedia, and community partners nationwide, Ghetto Film School is shining the light on young people everywhere responding creatively to this moment. We are asking young people across the nation, How Does It Feel to Be Connected, RIGHT NOW? Make a short film with a runtime of 3 minutes or less and submit it to the Film Credits Challenge at filmcredits.org for a chance to become a finalist. Visit the Digital Access For All platform to hone storytelling and filmmaking abilities. Good Luck! We’re looking forward to your short story.”