Film Fellows Screening
The Digital Connections Film Fellows Screening will be held on Thursday, January 25 at 5:30 PM EDT at the Dolby Screening Room (1350 6th Ave, New York, NY 10019)
In order to enter the Dolby facility, you will be asked to acknowledge the below when checking in at the envoy station.
- All visitors must RSVP ast least 48 hours in advance.
- Visitors should be able to provide proof of ID.
- Dolby asks that all visitors are fully vaccinated against or have tested negative for COVID-19 within 24 hours prior to their visit.
- Dolby asks that you do not enter if you are sick or symptomatic.
- Visitors must remain in designated areas within the Dolby facility.
- You will follow all health and safety instructions provided by Dolby and your Dolby host.
Masks are *welcome* for all but not required.
Meet the Future of Filmmaking
Digital Connections is our most advanced track of community-based filmmaking programs. Film Fellows enrolled in this program not only receive an hourly stipend for participating but also:
- Hands-on filmmaking training
- Film industry internships
- Adobe Creative Suite Certification
- Workshops with industry insiders
- Resources to complete an original film
Our 2023 cohort of Film Fellows have spent the past 7 months working tirelessly, and we’re thrilled to share their beautiful films with you this spring.
The registration period for this event has closed.
About Hook Arts Media
Originally known as Dance Theatre Etcetera, DTE achieved national acclaim for making the arts a critical component of urban renewal as well as its recovery efforts in Red Hook, Brooklyn. As the organization evolved, DTE rebranded as Hook Arts Media. This new identity reflects its focus on creative learning for community change, incorporating 21st-century technology into its arts education programs.
Hook Arts Media’s in-school multidisciplinary media and arts programs primarily serve NYC transfer high schools. Its community programs focus on digital media and computer literacy, preparing young people with college and/or career-readiness skills.
Support Our Students
Hook Arts Media’s filmmaking programs are dynamic job training opportunities that give many of NYC’s most vulnerable young people an hourly wage while they develop their skills and find sustainable career opportunities. In addition to learning professional filmmaking techniques, our students use their skills to think critically and engage with their community. Through our programs, students have explored issues like:
- Street Harassment
- Gun Violence
- Reproductive Justice
Our alumni have gone on to earn college scholarships, grants, film festival awards, and positions at prestigious organizations like MOMA PS1, Jax Media, Paramount, and NBC.
Hook Arts Media is proud to have established a pipeline to support young people to develop their filmmaking skills, cultivate soft skills for professional work environments, and find paying jobs in the film industry.
- Summer Digital Boot Camp is a 4-week, 80-hour filmmaking intensive
- Fall In Transition: Media is a 7-week documentary filmmaking course culminating in a series of mini-documentaries
- There’s another In Transition: Media session in the spring.
- Digital Connections is a pre-professional job training program that connects pre-professionals to the skills, opportunities, and work experience necessary to place them in paying positions within the city’s film industry.
But the average cost per student is nearly $30,000, which limits our ability to serve more of the city’s most vulnerable-and deserving- young people. The rising costs of space, security, and equipment threaten to edge out the already limited number of seats available for this vital program.
If you can support our students with a donation of any amount, we would be very grateful.
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