AVA will host a screening of the 2014 Reel Stories Project in the first floor auditorium of the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library on May 15 at 6pm.
AVA’s Reel Stories Documentary Program is a 18-week after-school residency program designed for high school students to learn critical filmmaking skills as they interview, record, write and digitally edit an original documentary that addresses social or community issues. The project introduces students to writing, film history, communications skills and technologies, and new media applications through the art of documentary filmmaking.
This year’s project was held at Red Bank High School and the student’s documentary entitled, "JROTC: An Inside Look," focuses on the school’s JROTC program and it’s impact on student life.
For more information on how to become involved in this project, contact AVA’s Education and Exhibitions Director, Lauren Goforth, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 423.265.4282 ext.105.