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CMCArts Teens

Public·35 students

EXTENDED: Apply no later than June 24, 2024

The Film Over Gun Violence summer program is a complete hands-on indie filmmaking experience focused on bringing awareness to gun violence and its prevention in our community. From the story to filming, students will create their very own short film addressing the gun violence issue. Along the way they’ll learn skills and techniques used in film, broadcasting, and communication industries from local professionals. After the film is created it will premiere on a red-carpet screening celebration at CMCArts. Participants will receive 1 academic credit for completing the program.



Eligible: Participants must be age 16-18 and reside on St. Croix.  Students from public, private, and homeschool may apply.


Dates: Program runs July 1-25, 2024




Location: Week 1-3/ CMCArts 10 Strand Street, Frederiksted

Week 4/ Film on location (Different locations on St. Croix) 



Registration Fee: $75 paid once accepted to the program.

*Scholarships available





There is limited space available for this program, so apply today!


Best Regards 


George Cannon,                                                             Jessica Parker White,

Director Film Over Gun Violence                                 CMCArts Education Coordinator

Click the link below to submit your application

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