IFP Minnesota's 2013 Give to the Max campaign focuses on the next generation of film and media storytellers.
Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota serves an economically and culturally diverse group of young filmmakers--the next generation of media artists. Our Youth Programs bring the resources and expertise of media storytelling to underserved school age populations in Minneapolis and St Paul.
Recently the demand for our work with young people has increased dramatically. In the 2013-2014 school year more than 1000 young people ages 12 to 18 will participate in programs such as:
- “JuiceMedia,” an after-school filmmaking collective for high school age students.
- In-school residencies with partner schools in Minneapolis and St Paul.
- Media Arts summer camps for ages 12-17.
- Professional internship opportunities for experienced youth filmmakers
Your donation–no matter the size–will have a significant impact on young filmmakers. THANK YOU.
Mission and History: Telling Stories Through Pictures Since 1987
Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota is a nonprofit arts organization whose mission is to advance a vibrant and diverse community of independent film and media artists. With tools and resources for a range of abilities and ages, we help artists and communities explore the art, technology, and business of personal storytelling through media.
IFP Minnesota exists to provide accessible and affordable programs for media artists and audiences. For 25 years we have been constant and true to our mission: to advance a vibrant and diverse community of independent film and media artists.
Through our workshops, conferences, seminars, mentorships and grants, IFP MN provides the resources media artists need to master the art, technology and business of independent media.
We’re proud of our track record of providing programs and services for the media arts community, and excited about continuing our work in the years to come.
IFP Minnesota is part of a larger, national collaborative of IFP chapters across the country serving independent media artists in their local communities. IFP chapters can be found in New York, Chicago, Phoenix and Seattle.
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