DGC@ Home presents the first TPP Virtual Showcase
Join us for a LIVE Q&A on May 16
Join the Media Arts Center San Diego for the first Teen Producers Project Spring 2020 Virtual Showcase. Videos will be made available on May 14, 2020.
Students worked these past 15 weeks to produce their own documentary and narrative films. The Showcase will include 2 narrative and 3 documentary short films by the MACSD’s Teen Producers Project youth.
Featuring the films:
- Census 2020
- A Rainbow in Crisis
- Through the Tunnel
- The Final Showing
- Pretty Close Encounters
Videos will be available to view on Vimeo on Thursday, May 14, 2020. When you purchase a ticket, your virtual experience will include a link to our Vimeo page so you can access the videos.
On Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 12noon, a live Q&A will be broadcast live to our Teen Producers Project Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TeenProducersProject and via the Media Arts Center San Diego YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/macsd.
Help us raise money for future Teen Producers Project equipment by purchasing a ticket! Each ticket sale will better supply our youth with the technology and equipment they need to voice their stories in this fast moving industry.
Virtual Ticket Price: $12.00
(72-hour streaming period)
Brief instructions on how to access the film:
Purchase the film using the direct Vimeo On Demand link we’ve provided, you’ll be prompted to create or log in to an existing account. You’ll then be able to purchase the film which will show up in your WATCH/PURCHASED lists on your account. You must purchase the film via your computer or tablet before accessing it on your Vimeo App on APPLE TV / ROKU/ or SMART TV. You might be asked to link your Vimeo Account with your Vimeo App if you want to watch on your TV so make sure you have access to the email you used to create your Vimeo Account.
Click here to visit Vimeo’s FAQ page on Watching your On Demand purchases.
Email Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Arts Center San Diego is a 501(c)3 non-profit. In addition to your support via registration fees, our camps are made possible with support by California Endowment, California Arts Council, City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture, National Endowment for the Arts, Ackerman Foundation, Adobe and Taking It Global, Claire Rose Foundation, County of San Diego CEP, NBC Universal Project Innovation, Price Philanthropies, San Diego County Office of Education, Samuel & John Henry Fox Foundation, and SDG&E.