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SKINS YOUTH MULTIMEDIA WORKSHOPS
These Youth are as TOUGH AS NAILS!! Shooting in 113 degrees and NO COMPLAINTS! That's FILMMAKING! Skins Film Workshop at the SAC AND FOX NATION OF OKLAHOMA. This is the second workshop with the SAC and FOX. We had great youth who made three great films! We are screening this November at the 5th Annual LA SKINS FEST!
There’s someone hunting cops in Stroud, OK. Only two cops remain but one is not up to the task. His partner must train him to be the best he can be but will it be too late?
There’s always breaking news at the SAC N FOX Nation. Thanks goodness for CHANNEL 43 NEWS. All the important news, all the time in your face!
Jim Thorpe is the greatest athlete to ever live and he is SAC N FOX. Not everyone knows that, that’s why Moses made this film.
On November 19th 2011, Quechan Filmmaker, Dan Golding, taught an introductory film workshop to youth from Oklahoma, New Mexico and Los Angeles. In this program, participants learned about the tools and know-how required to produce their own short film. Dan Golding has been teaching Native youth for over ten years and continues to reach out to reservation youth that do not have access to new technology.
2012 SKINS YOUTH FILM WORKSHOP in Commerce, CA
From July 9th -19th, we were invited to the Torres Martinez Tribal TANF in Commerce, CA to teach an eight-day film workshop. We worked with over fifteen youth from the Los Angeles area and produced several documentaries, animation, and the silliest comedies. The youth were hard working and showed great potential as artists, filmmakers and future leaders. Thanks to the staff at Torres Martinez Tribal TANF and the dedicated youth who participated. You guys made some great films! See you at the 6th Annual LA SKINS FEST for your premier!
The Amazigh International Film Festival – October, 2012
THE LA SKINS FEST IS GOING TO AFRICA. The Amazigh International Film Festival is bringing the SKINS YOUTH FILM WORKSHOP to Morocco this fall. The workshop is designed to enable Indigenous youth with the skills and know-how to produce their own films. We can't thank the Amazigh International Film Festival enough for having us. We look forward to coming to your community and forging a long lasting partnership.
We conducted our third film workshop at a local junior high school in Agadir, Morocco. We worked with twenty Amazigh students for the day and had a blast! They were great students and very eager to learn about filmmaking. We managed to touch all the basics including camera, sound, direction, acting and music composition. As always, we had a great time and enjoyed hanging out with such incredible youth. Thanks to the junior high school and the Amazigh International Film Festival for making it possible.
We followed up our first film workshop at the Radio and Television Academy in Agadir with a second workshop at the University of Agadir. We worked with over 25 Amazigh and Arabic students. They managed to produce two hilarious films in the short time we had together. It was a great experience and we are honored to work with them. Thanks to the university, the students and the Amazigh International Film Festival in Agadir, Morocco.
The Skins Youth Workshop was invited to Agadir, Morocco. The Indigenous people of North Africa, the Amazigh, held their annual film festival September 26th-30th, 2012. The students produced five great films that were screened at the Closing Night Awards show. The students were eager, invloved and great producers. Thanks to Rachid Bouksim, Rachid Moutchou, and the incredible staff for inviting us and making this an incredible experience. Thanks to the community of Agadir and the US Embassy for supporting the workshop. We look forward to showing the films at the 6th Annual LA SKINS FEST this November.