Our programs equip youth for jobs in digital media and film by cultivating a new generation of skilled storytellers. Core components of our programs are exposure to technologies and inspiring experiences, training in technical and soft skills, and connection to a network of support and mentorship.
Youth completing our programs are prepared for the workforce, connected to high-demand career pathways, and empowered to advocate for themselves and their communities.
Contract our services
re:imagine/ATL provides teacher trainings by industry professionals as a contracted service with schools and districts throughout the year.
Digital Storytelling Workshops are contracted with organizations and schools to teach content creation and help prepare students for post-secondary opportunities.
In-school or after-school program for students to learn how to write and produce a short film, and also learn how their personal stories can help impact their greater community. Contracted with organizations and schools.
No Comment is a year long advanced filmmaking fellowship designed to produce well rounded and extremely capable leaders in preparation for college and career placement in the film industry. Open to students ages 16-20, applications posted March 20,2020. Next cohort will begin June 2020.
CRASH COURSE is our monthly hands-on Saturday workshop open for any student aged 12-24. Locations and topics vary. Always $25 and includes lunch. Register for an upcoming workshop today!
Green Room is our annual music video Summer camp open to students aged 12-19.
Throughout the year our students are involved in screening events, summits, workshops and other opportunities open to the community. We also host networking and enrichment events for adults.
Teen Advisory Council
This is a leadership development program for students involved in our program. Student leaders help plan and promote re:imagine/ATL events.