The Film/Media Production Clinic (FMPC)
The Film/Media Production Clinic (FMPC) provides students with real-world opportunities to produce broadcast-quality content for non-profit organizations.
Today, non-profit organizations need high-end media productions to reach a wider audience, educate clients, connect with members, and solicit donors. All too often, non-profits lack the technical and financial means to produce these sophisticated works.
Similarly, many students have the technical knowledge to operate a camcorder or cut a scene in iMovie. Yet, fewer students learn the aesthetic and creative skills to make distinctive media with discernable impact.
The Film/Media Production Clinic addresses these two issues by pairing aspiring student filmmakers with non-profits in need of polished media productions.
Every year, the clinic solicits applications from non-profits with media needs. Selected projects are then partnered with a class that works with the non-profit to visualize and produce a polished, high-impact media production.
The Clinic premieres in spring 2012.
For more information, contact:
Eric Faden (email@example.com), Associate Professor of Film/Media Studies.