POWGirls

  1. Filmed by: Ann Hanlin, Emma Hicks, Katie Brady, Noelia Arellano, and Sarah Bonilla
    Edited by: Ann Hanlin, Katie Brady, and Noelia Arellano

    Support The Portland Kitchen, a non-profit that teaches culinary techniques,
    social skills and healthy disciplines to low-income and at-risk youth ages 14-18. theportlandkitchen.org/

    Video produced by POWGirls, a media workshop for girls 15-19 years old: powgirls.com
    In partnership with MetroEast Community Media: metroeast.org/

    Instructors:
    Jodi Darby and Jeanette Li

    Super Staff:
    Barb Myers, Kim Schmucker, Tara Johnson-Medinger, POWFest
    Jennifer Dynes, Tony Evans, Seth Ring, Keith Thomas, MetroEast Community Media

    POWGirls is made possible with support from The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation and MetroEast Community Media.

    Music:
    Creative Commons: Building a Dream by Carlos Estella: jamendo.com/en/track/1251189/building-a-dream

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  2. Over the course of 30 hours, a group of 15-18 year old girls concepted, wrote, filmed and edited two films at MetroEast Community Media. The mission of POWGirls is to help girls realize their power, creativity and voice in media production and encourage them to explore opportunities as future filmmakers. We want to encourage girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders. powfest.com/powgirls/

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  3. Directed by: Elaina Albers, Katherine Bentz, Lucca Jenkins Law, Danielle LeBlanc, and Evangeline Liu

    Over the course of one week, a group of ten 14-19 year old girls concepted, wrote, filmed and edited two films at MetroEast Community Media. The mission of POWGirls is to help girls realize their power, creativity and voice in media production and encourage them to explore opportunities as future filmmakers. We want to encourage girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders. powgirls.com

    Instructors:
    Jodi Darby and Jeanette Li

    Super Staff:
    Barb Myers, Kim Schmucker, Tara Johnson-Medinger, POWFest
    Jennifer Dynes, Tony Evans, Seth Ring, Keith Thomas, MetroEast Community Media

    POWGirls is made possible with support from The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation and MetroEast Community Media.

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  4. Directed by: Kaitlynn Brady, Ann Hanlin, Jessica Lundquist, Philicia Robinson, Hannah Rose, and Serena Zafiris

    Over the course of 30 hours, a group of 15-18 year old girls concepted, wrote, filmed and edited two films at MetroEast Community Media. The mission of POWGirls is to help girls realize their power, creativity and voice in media production and encourage them to explore opportunities as future filmmakers. We want to encourage girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders. powgirls.com

    Instructors: Jodi Darby & Nili Yosha

    POWGirls is made possible with support from The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation and MetroEast Community Media.

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  5. Directed by: Sarah Bonilla, Violet Culver, Zanna Kortenhof, Ellie McLean, Charlotte Newsom, Izi Potter, Lucy Sagoo, Leah Steindorf

    Over the course of 30 hours, a group of 15-18 year old girls concepted, wrote, filmed and edited two films at MetroEast Community Media. The mission of POWGirls is to help girls realize their power, creativity and voice in media production and encourage them to explore opportunities as future filmmakers. We want to encourage girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders. powfest.com/powgirls/

    Instructors: Jodi Darby &Nili Yoshi

    POWGirls is made possible with support from The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation and MetroEast Community Media.

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POWGirls

POWFest Plus

POWFest, MetroEast Community Media and The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation have partnered to host POWGirls, filmmaking workshops for girls.

Our mission is to help girls 15-19 realize their power, creativity and voice in media…


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POWFest, MetroEast Community Media and The Faerie Godmother Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation have partnered to host POWGirls, filmmaking workshops for girls.

Our mission is to help girls 15-19 realize their power, creativity and voice in media production and encourage them to explore opportunities as future media-makers. We want to encourage girls to be creative, tech-savvy leaders who will help realize gender equity in media industries. We want to foster the POWER of WOMEN in MEDIA.

It is POWFest’s goal to be inclusive of all women’s voices, regardless of race, class, age, religion, ability, sexuality or gender presentation.

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