SCHOOL OF DOC


Our Student U School of Doc students on location at Joe’s Diner in Durham, NC.



Our 2013 School of Doc students premiered their final film presentation last night at the Full Frame Theater. Congrats to all of the students, instructors, supporters, and film participants for an amazing night!



Our School of Doc students visited Trailblazer Studios in Raleigh and ABC 11 in Durham this week.




Our 2013 School Of Doc students on location at Joe’s Diner in Durham.


On location at the American Tobacco Barber Shop.

On location at the American Tobacco Barber Shop.



IF YOU BUILD IT director Patrick Creadon stopped by Full Frame’s School of Doc yesterday to chat with the students about his latest work.



We wanted to capture the end of week one of School of Doc 2013. Four more weeks to go until their final presentations on July 11!



The story of Pelican’s SnoBalls — a family owned business and culinary destination in Durham, North Carolina. The film — the final project of the 2012 School of Doc — was produced, directed, edited, and shot by Durham North Carolina high school students.

The School of Doc—a free five-week summer filmmaking camp open to all high school aged students attending Durham Public Schools —is an extension of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Participants learn the art and craft of documentary filmmaking from instructors who make their living in the film industry and produce a documentary of their choosing. The finished films will be presented at the 2013 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival next April, and camp participants will be able to attend the festival free of charge.




Noah’s ARC is a short work-in-progress made in conjunction with the School of Doc and filmmakers Nic Beery and Todd Tinkham. The short film traces Durham North Carolina jazz musician — Noah Powell’s — journey through life that ultimately lead him to a career in music. School of Doc participants conducted and shot interviews with subjects, shot b-roll of performances, and worked on the editing of the final project.




Behind the scenes of the 2012 School of Doc—a free five-week summer filmmaking camp open to all Durham, North Carolina, high school students—an extension of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Participants learn the art and craft of documentary filmmaking from instructors who make their living in the film industry and produce a documentary of their choosing. The finished films will be presented at the 2013 Full Frame festival next April, and camp participants will be able to attend free of charge.

shot, edited, directed, and produced by Matthew Krieg



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