Changing Young Lives Through Film
PROJECT VIEWFINDER is an outreach effort of the School of Film that teaches the tools of filmmaking to young adults from underserved populations. Working with School faculty members, participants create short films to help educate the community about timely issues.
In the Winter of 2013, with supporting social service organizations, 10 young adults transitioning from homelessness to self-sufficiency created a series of short films that premiered in the Whitsell Auditorium inside the Portland Art Museum. The School of Film is currently developing partnerships for a 2014 Project Viewfinder.
Meet the 2013 Viewfinders.
See the films.
View behind-the-scenes photos.
Watch the inspiration.
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