1. As in all cultures, personal objects have a long and rich tradition in the Latino community. In the fall of 2010, a group of Portland Latino artist invited by Miracle Theater Group and supported by the Northwest Film Center documented the Object Stories of their families and friends. Some also appeared on camera to tell their own Object Story.
    This program is their gift to everyone with an Object Story waiting to be told.

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  2. At the MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility in Woodburn, Oregon, in a dynamic twist on Krump's reputation as a type of ghetto ballet, Krump is being used instead as a means of increasing efficacy, reducing recidivism and
    improving the re-integration of juvenile offenders into the community.

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  4. A collaboration of the Northwest Film Center and the Metropolitan Learning Center - 46 high school students learned all aspects of documentary film production, under the guidance of NWFC's faculty filmmaker Andy Blubaugh. The result is a unique survey of 10 Portland, Oregon visual artists.

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  5. Young People's Festival Winner 2009
    Produced through the Young Filmmakers Program, at the NWFC in Portland, Oregon.
    The NativeTruth Film Project aims to reduce Native youth smoking, and challenge the social norm of commercial tobacco use. Young people of The Yakama Nation, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes & Spokane Tribe (grades 5-12) were guided by faculty of Northwest Film Center.
    The Project was a collaboration of the Northwest Area Indian Health Board and NWFC.

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Young Filmmakers Program

Young Filmmakers Program

The Young Filmmakers Program places leading Northwest filmmakers, animators, video producers, and multimedia artists in school and community settings throughout Oregon for hands-on activities lasting from two weeks to an entire academic year. Sites may


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The Young Filmmakers Program places leading Northwest filmmakers, animators, video producers, and multimedia artists in school and community settings throughout Oregon for hands-on activities lasting from two weeks to an entire academic year. Sites may include traditional school classrooms, talented and gifted and special education programs, social service agencies, arts organizations, after-school programs, Indian tribes, training and employment programs, alternative learning centers, public institutions, and other sites involved in community education and the arts.

Artist residencies are an opportunity for participants to work intimately with a Media Artist on a mediamaking project drawn from the school curriculum or local issues in the community. With the guidance of a filmmaker-in-residence, participants work together to produce an original film or videotape, taking an active part in research, scriptwriting, acting, staging, and the use of recording, lighting, and editing equipment.

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  • Daniel Prace

    I'm 15 years old and I have produced a video together with my best friend. My friend makes kungfu since 5 years! And I filmed him while he trained and his story!
    Pls watch and give me a feedback :-)
    vimeo.com/76803082

    by Daniel Prace

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