An exercise in in-camera editing created by Durham high school students who participated in the 2014 session of School of Doc.

The School of Doc—a free five-week summer filmmaking camp open to all Durham, North Carolina, high school students—is an extension of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Participants learn the art and craft of documentary filmmaking from instructors who make their living in the film industry and produce a documentary of their choosing. The finished films will be presented at the 2015 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival next April, and camp participants will be able to attend the festival free of charge.

Executive Producers (instructors): Nic Beery, Michael Salerno, Todd Tinkham
Producers (interns): Hunter Heilman, Jodi McDougal, Angel Naranjo

Production, Direction, Editing, and Cinematography by: Tyshon Albritton, Jerod Anderson, Christina Dixon, Fritz Finlay, Wanya Gully, Lindsey Johnson, ClaVonna Marshall, Carmen Miles, Leidy Monks, Grace Mott, Inestin Petit-Homme, Tashauna Riley

The 2014 School of Doc is made possible with generous support from the Baskerville Fund at the Triangle Community Foundation, the Fenhagen family and Helen’s Fund, the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, and individual donors in our community.

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.

Thank you to the American Tobacco Campus.

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