Frames Film Program
The Frames Film Program is a film production and life skills program that provides opportunities for young adults to learn the basics of filmmaking in a supportive, safe and fun environment.
Participants collaboratively create short film projects expressing their thoughts and ideas for change. In some cases, youth will conceptualize, film, and edit a film for a partnered non-profit organization to gain hands-on work experience and build community engagement.
Frames changed me to be more sociable and trust people. I had a lot of anxiety before, and now I feel way less anxious.
Frames helped open new career doors by providing skills and showing what is possible.
Before Frames, I never realized the story of the struggles other people had to go through.
Each ten-week cycle focuses on a specific theme or topic in which the group produces a short film or Public Services Announcement (PSA) for a partnered organization. With the help of the filmmaker facilitator and notable film industry guest speakers, participants are taught essential filmmaking skills: from storyboarding and using a camera to editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
The Frames Film Program introduces its participants to all aspects of filmmaking, including interacting with professionals in the industry.
CEO and Executive Producer
at Lionheart Productions
at Kabam Vancouver
Media and Business Consultant and Film Producer
at Rovio Entertainment Limited
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Our programs are funded by government grants and donations from generous companies and individuals.