Courses are taught by experienced and practicing filmmakers. Most courses do not require any previous experience but please see the course descriptions for any requirements. The courses are held in Boston, MA or online. Courses are for adults 18 and older. If youth media courses are of interest, please be in touch.
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This six-session [Camera Work and Visual Storytelling] workshop was one of my best-ever learning experiences. It opened up a whole new artistic discipline and effectively combined the aesthetic and technical aspects of visual storytelling. – Melissa Shaak
Learn the principles and techniques of video editing – the backbone of filmmaking. Whatever your interest or desired role in filmmaking, understanding editing is fundamental to your success. The editor is a detail-oriented storyteller, craftsperson, organizer, and technician. We often rediscover and sometimes reinvent our stories in the edit.
I am a Ceramic Artist
by Don Waldron
Produced by Don Waldron during a one-week intensive documentary filmmaking course hosted by MassArt.
Our Lady’s Guild House
by Lydia Eccles
Produced by Lydia Eccles as one exercise during a 14-week course hosted by MassArt that covered the fundamentals of filmmaking in any genre.
She’s an American Child
by Rafael DeLeon
Produced by trainee Rafael DeLeon with editing by Zayde Buti during 15-week training hosted by Community Supported Film.
Ghetto Green, Ghetto Clean
by Steeve Colin
Produced by trainee Steeve Colin with editing by Yrvelt Lamour during 5-week training hosted by Community Supported Film in Haiti.
Bearing the Weight
by Mona Haidari
Produced by trainee Mona Haidari with editing by Hamid Arshia during 5-week training hosted by Community Supported Film in Afghanistan.