Instruction – Student Filmmaking

 Regardless of previous experience, skill or talent-level, meaningful artistic creation is attainable…

w i t h   t h e   d e s i r e   a  n d   w i l l   t o   t e l l   s t o r i e s .

 

 

  

Digital Film Instruction develops students into impactful producing artists with independently repeatable skills.  Instruction emphasizes story telling techniques, artistic direction and training within pre-production, production and post-production processes.   

My students work in the entertainment industry, gain acceptance within graduate film programs, compete in festivals and most importantly, create compelling film-works for public consumption.

 

 

 
 

STUDENT SAMPLES

Student-created promotional Film Directed by CCSU film student, Wojtek Mu for CCSU’s Department of Communication – Filmmaking Emphasis.

Envision Films developed and implemented filmmaking curriculum for the Children’s Defense Funds’s Southern Rural Black Woman’s Initiative.  This program provided film training for mentors and under-served youth in Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.

SOCIAL MEDIA & ONLINE ENGAGEMENT

Our students regularly test and hone their skills for social good. Utilizing social media, students create online micro campaigns, develop imagery, messages and leverage the power of production for a specified outcome.   These online initiatives have recruited thousands of participants while also raising aid and goods for vulnerable individuals/families in CT.

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY - FILM BLOG

 

  CHILDREN’S DEFENSE FUND/SRBWI          

 

 


New Visions is committed to engaging and involving young women in the work of the Southern Rural Black Women’s Initiative (SRBWI) and to teaching marketable skills in digital filmmaking, documentary shorts, oral history and advertising.  Through this program trained mentors in Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi offer guidance and instruction in digital film techniques and produce short films.  See student samples below:  For additional information, see THE SOUTHERN RURAL BLACK WOMEN’S INITIATIVE.