DFS High School Education Program
The DFS High School Education Program offers educators, schools, teachers and students a full program of film education events for students.
Each event is designed to develop fundamental skills in movie making through interaction with professionals in the movie industry, sessions on filmmaking technique and exhibition of students films. The program includes:
High School Roundtables – meet bi-monthly at venues in Dallas where students get to meet other schools in the area and are able to speak with various film professionals.
High School Day during DIFF – held during the 2016 Dallas International Film Festival consisting of speakers, panels and workshops in the Dallas Arts District.
North Texas High School Shorts Showcase – Submit a short film that is screened during DIFF and even walk the red carpet.
Our Educational Partners are able to network with other schools and see what they are doing in their film classes or clubs. We have partnered with Alamo Drafthouse, post production houses in Dallas, Southern Methodist University Film & Media Arts professors and many more.
DFS Members receive invitations to year-round films and events, reserved seats at screenings with our cultural partners and exclusive benefits at the Dallas International Film Festival.
Your support helps the DFS bring filmmakers to Dallas, offer year-round programming and provide educational events for future filmmakers.
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