SeriesFest's year-round Education Initiatives are helping to ensure the success and growth of the next generation of storytellers with initiatives ranging from fifth grade to college.
SeriesFest's Pilot Academy is for current high school students with a passion for episodic content creation. Students will work as a team to create an original independent TV pilot through a writers room and production workshop. The team's original creation will screen during SeriesFest on the big screen! Space is limited--enroll today: https://seriesfest.com/artist-initiatives/pilot-academy
SeriesFest invites college students from across the country to apply to attend the festival as a Collegiate Fellow. Students currently enrolled in any college or university can fill out the application to be selected to receive a curated festival badge for SeriesFest: Season 6, June 18–24. Apply today: https://seriesfest.com/artist-initiatives/collegiate-fellows.
Virtual Learning Lab
SeriesFest has partnered with Denver Film to create the Virtual Learning Lab—a place for students to create deeo and meaningful experiences with content virtually from their own home. Students can sign-up for virtual survey courses, writers rooms, national competitions and more. Learn more: https://seriesfest.com/artist-initiatives/virtual-learning-lab.
SeriesFest is bringing the award-winning Young Storytellers Script To Stage program to Denver. This is a free program for Denver-area elementary schools focused on encouraging the unique and individual voices of fifth-grade students in the Metro Area. Young Storytellers engages creativity through the art of storytelling. Using the timeless techniques of mentoring, collaboration, and performance, we provide public school students with an opportunity to write stories and see them brought to life. Learn more: https://seriesfest.com/artist-initiatives/young-storytellers.
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