Pocket Film School
To celebrate the most courageous, inspiring and influential women in our lives, Pocket Film School is hosting a short film challenge to highlight stories about women around the world.
Your mission is simple: make an amazing film about women! Whatever that means to you. Any genre or interpretation is accepted.
It can be anywhere from 5 seconds up to 5 minutes in length. From iPhones to RED cameras. Beyond that there isn’t much else to do. When you are done – submit the film using the link below.
• Films must be 5 minutes or less. •
• Any genres are welcome. •
• Discriminatory speech or rhetoric will not be tolerated. •
• You don’t have to identify as a woman to submit a film. •
DEADLINE IS MARCH 9TH, 11:59pm
Check out our courses and take your filmmaking game to the next level. Learn how to direct actors, light scenes, stay under budget and on schedule; find out the tricks of editing, composing and how to get festivals to take you film..
Fostering her talents as a communicator from an early age, Anna Jane Edmonds (AJ) has spent her life entertaining and education audiences through film and TV. After devoting two years at Toronto’s Randolph Academy, she attended Western University and graduated in 2013 as gold medalist from FIMS. AJ then carried on to the UCLA to study the business of film producing. In 2014 she secured a job at Silver Pictures Entertainment in both the management and development office during the production of the films THE NICE GUYS and COLLIDE.
Her motivation is drawn from the desire to affect those around her and leave the world to come in a better place than where she found it. Film and TV, in her words, are the most powerful mediums for change; and she intends to be at the helm of the changes to come.