Contact Van Dora Williams, Filmmaking Program Director
Phone: (802) 865-8476
|David Roccio, Founder of Stowe Story Labs presents 2017 fellowship awards to film majors, Cassandra Crowley and Brian Holder, with Dean Willoquet-Maricondi.|
Helen Day Arts Center in Stowe, VT
CCM offers two competitive Champlain Filmmaking Fellowships to the annual fall Stowe Story Labs workshops.
The Junior Fellowship will be granted to a junior who has completed a feature length screenplay and demonstrates the maturity and commitment necessary to take full advantage of the mentorships and opportunities offered by the Stowe Story Labs.
The Senior Fellowship will be awarded to a graduating senior whose feature length screenplay, in addition to the criteria outlined above, also exhibits an advanced level of craft and a strong personal voice. Both students will gain invaluable knowledge of the form, insight into in the industry and professional connections.
Stowe Story Labs bring emerging screenwriters, filmmakers and creative producers to Stowe, Vermont, for four days to work with seasoned industry professionals to help get films made and seen. The labs focus on story structure and development, pitching and packaging, creative production and film sales and distribution.
In addition to workshops, "in-conversation" interviews with industry pros, lectures and time to work and reflect, there are evening film screenings, panel discussions, and informal receptions. Lab participants come from around the world and are chosen for the program through a competitive application process.
These Fellowships will significantly enhance opportunities for Champlain students and further reinforce Champlain College's commitment to excellence, artistic innovation and a radically pragmatic education,
For more information about Stowe Story Labs please visit www.stowestorylabs.org.