Nextwave Online youth film education service launches nationally
As technology becomes ever more accessible, filmmaking has changed from a fringe arts skill into an everyday communications skill – YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, documenting school projects, making video presentations. The technology is there in our pockets.
Filmmaking is here as a new skill of the 21st century – but how do we teach it?
Since 2014, our Nextwave team have taught over 5000 young regional students the fundamentals of filmmaking at hundreds of in-school workshops – and now, we’re taking it Australia-wide for the first time via a dedicated Learning Management System portal called NEXTWAVE ONLINE.
Subscription to Nextwave Online:
- Provides comprehensive filmmaking instruction, delivered remotely & COVID-safe
- Includes individual user access for every teacher and student
- Season 1 (out now) includes over 3 hours (10x 20-minutes) of fun and educational learning modules
- Episodes include companion guides, activity sheets, extra resources
- Includes access to full streaming archive of Nextwave’s previous winning short films
- Designed for classroom learning or individual learning (including distance education)
- Dedicated teachers’ monthly e-newsletter and support service
$500+GST subscription per school for the 2021 season. Save 10% on four or more schools before Dec 31, 2020.
Now available for the 2021 intake. See contact details at bottom of page.
Nextwave short film competition
Students can put their new skills into practice by entering the Nextwave youth short film competition, regional Australia’s largest youth film competition, with tens of thousands of dollars up for grabs each year.
Youth Week Film Festival Screenings
The best and brightest films from the competition are screened across Australia for Youth Week. Regional Councils can purchase Youth Week screening kits to host Nextwave in your community in April 2021.
Contact the Nextwave team today: