AIFF Education Programs
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School Group Tickets
AIFF offers blocks of tickets to school groups for the Ashland Street Cinema, where we curate school group programs just for your students to experience as part of the regular school day. Our staff will be happy to work with you on ticketing arrangements. All school group tickets (students & adult chaperones) will be sold at the student ticket price. Theaters will be filled on a first-come first-served basis.
All ticketing inquiries can be sent to Sean Sullivan (541) 488-3823 or email@example.com.
Teen Press is a movement connecting students, educators, and local communities and helps them discover and share their stories. Born out of the bond between humans and storytelling, Teen Press is devoted to helping teenage students discover and sustain excitement about who they are and why they exist. Emboldened by camera & microphone, students use video journalism - and live! – person to person relationships to uncover stories all around them. Through that process, students discover the everlasting power and importance of their own story. This year teens from Crater and Ashland High School participated in the AIFF Teen Press.
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Join expert discussion facilitators Marla Estes and Kay Sandberg and special guests for in-depth conversations about how three provocative films affected you and other attendees. Your personal responses to the films’ revelations and possible social action points will be the springboard for discussion. More Information
We are looking for local storytellers for the LAUNCH Student Film Competition with short films that are innovative, inventive, creative, original, inspiring, relevant, compelling, entertaining, thought-provoking, funny, and unique. All film genres are accepted: animation, documentary, or narrative—it’s up to you! There are five categories with cash prizes: grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12, college undergrads, and PridePrize. The PridePrize is a special prize for outstanding student-made films that speak to the LGBTQ+ experience. More Information