The Young Filmmakers Program is pleased to offer these peer-to-peer, student-produced works on DVD to schools, community groups, libraries, and youth organizations free of charge. All programs were created through the Young Filmmakers Program with school and community partners. Requests may be made via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 503-221-1156. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery.
Youth Media Order Form (pdf)
Service Learning Center Documentaries
Documentary profiles of six local nonprofit organizations that are providing important services to the community. Produced with Lincoln High School through the Film Center’s Service Learning Center. (60:00)
Low-income youth follow their peers as a career exposure program helps to focus their futures. Produced with Worksystems, Inc., the Regional Arts & Culture Council Percent for Art Program, and Multnomah County Department of Community Justice. (15:00)
Methemphetamine Awareness Project
A series of four films that examine how teens believe that local communities can discourage drug use. Produced with Oregon Partnership, Inc. and high schools in Yamhill County. (60:00)
The 32nd Annual Young People's Film & Video Festival
2008 compilation of 15 animated and live action short films created by students in grades K-12 from throughout the NW region. Divided into All Ages and Teen Issues sections. (70:00)
Best of the Annual Young People's Film & Video Festival: 2000-2004
A compilation of 19 animated and live action short films created by students in grades K-12 from throughout the northwest region, and representing the best winning work from the Young People's Festival.