Grants For Young Filmmakers by Project VoiceScape

We are pleased to announce that fifteen projects by 22 teen filmmakers will receive grants from Project VoiceScape, a collaboration between Adobe Youth Voices and POV, public television’s longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films.

Project VoiceScape

The fifteen winning projects will be awarded $2,000 each in completion funds, and the students will be mentored by award-winning documentary filmmakers. Additionally, three finalists will be selected to feature their completed films on the PBS Teachers, POV & Adobe Foundation websites.

Project VoiceScape is also providing select PBS member stations nationwide with funds to support student-created media training from KQED San Francisco’s Digital Media Center, and software donated by Adobe. These PBS stations will become part of the Adobe Youth Voices network, providing opportunities to showcase students’ work and collaborate with other Adobe Youth Voices participants around the globe.

For more information about Project VoiceScape, please visit the POV website.

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  1. Kiara Sloan

    I Won’t Be Destroyed

    Narrative, 5:20 minutes
    A short narrative in which a young woman comes to terms with being a victim of incest. Written and directed by Kiara Sloan at Schurz High School Chicago, in a Community TV Network / After School Matters partnership program in video production.