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Film Workshop & Schools

University of Georgia’s esteemed Department of Entertainment and Media Studies, The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) Sunshine Insurance, Sandyport Beach Resort, Dunkin Donuts, Club One Fitness, Bahamas Local and Avis Rental Car partnered to expand BIFF's three-week-long Film Workshop 

2017 BIFF Participating Schools were St Johns, Genesis, Centerville Primary, Bishop Michael Eldon

For over 13 years, BIFF has organized Film Workshops to 1000 students in Nassau, Exuma and Eleuthera. The reputation we have built to impact the youth of our community has been very positive through educational initiatives, allowing students to explore their creativity and gain knowledge about the film industry as a whole.

Students are introduced and work in all the different jobs on a film set: Actor, Director, Sound and Lighting and editing all the essentials of making a film from pre-production to editing. 
In these hands on workshops you will learn script writing, casting and character selection, acting, cinematography, film scoring and film editing. 

The reward, a completed film showcased at the 2017 Bahamas International Film Festival December 10 – 13 in Harbour Island & December 14 - 17 in Nassau.

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