HIGH POINT, N.C. (May 21, 2021) – The High Point Public Library will host a film class for teens (ages 13-18) to learn how to write, film and edit a short film on their phone. Registration is required and already open on the library’s website and Teen Garage Facebook page.

Classes include:

  • Developing Your Idea: Thursday, June 17, at noon

Join Kathryn on Zoom as she discusses how to develop an idea for your movie.

  • Introduction to Script Writing: Thursday, June 29, at noon
    Join Kathryn on Zoom as she discusses how to begin writing your script
  • Script Writing Check-In: Thursday, July 1, at noon
    Join Kathryn on Zoom to ask any questions you may have about your script.
  • Storyboarding Your Script: Thursday, July 8, at noon

Join Kathryn on Zoom as she discusses how to create a storyboard for your script for when you begin filming.

  • Introduction to Filming: Thursday, July 15, at noon

Watch a pre-recording of Kathryn discussing how to begin filming your movie. Remember, all of this is being done right on your phone.

  • Filming Check-In: Thursday, July 22, at noon

Join Kathryn on Zoom to ask any questions you may have about the filming process.

  • Editing: Thursday, July 29, at noon

Join Kathryn on Zoom as she goes over how to edit your film and prepare it to be a movie

  • Screen to Screen Film Festival: Saturday, Aug. 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the High Point Museum

Join us at the High Point Museum, where we celebrate the hard work you put into your films this summer. Bring chairs and blankets as we gather outside in the park.

This film class is free and open to teens ages 13-18. More information can be found on the library’s website.

The High Point Public Library is a department of the City of High Point and is located at 901 North Main Street. High Point Public Library is committed to nurturing the joy of reading, sharing the power of knowledge, strengthening the sense of community and enhancing economic and cultural vitality.

The City of High Point aims to serve as the catalyst for bringing together the community’s human, economic and civic resources for the purpose of creating the single most livable, safe and prosperous community in America. For more information on the City, visit www.highpointnc.gov.

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