Red Chemistry offers innovative film programs to Miami Students
Red Chemistry Inc. is an emerging 501(c)(3) organization that successfully brought European Independent feature and short films to Miami for seven straight years while building an innovative film making curriculum. The organization, working with strategic partners, created the Cinemagique program. This educational program allows students in High and Middle schools in Little Havana, Coral Gables, and Hialeah or at F.I.U to gain a unique cultural and cinematic learning experience that provides:
(1) Unrivaled access to the world of European film making and European cultural dynamics by reviewing short films with visiting film directors. The films are produced or directed by independent filmmakers from that region. Annually, students in the program review an estimated 200 short films.
(2) Opportunities for expressing their persona, life, and environment during the interactive workshops and conferences with speakers from the movie industry and music industry.
(3) Job skills in the area of film making by recruiting them in different aspects of the European Film Industry’s logistics, and film reviews.
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