ArtFilm / TV

Film camp for under-served students gears up for third summer

April 12, 2017

2017 marks the third year camp Outlast, a volunteer-based summer camp for kids who are interested in filmmaking and media industries. Created by a group of diverse minorities who work in film and related industries, the mission of Outlast is to create visibility for POC in these spaces and give voice to misrepresented (or not represented at all) identities. At camp, the program aims to teach under-served kids about areas of the arts and entertainment that they might not normally be exposed to.

Outlast 2017 will run from July 3-12 at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. More info, here. Want to support this volunteer-driven project? Learn more, here.

From Instagram: “Our founder, Terri @_laterrianrachell, guides one of her jolliest mentees, Molique, on how to creatively compose a sit-down interview”

“Film director and human rights activist Ryan Coogler repping the new Outlast Film Camp tshirts!”

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