Registration for School Field Trips to the World Arts Film Festival is open.
Festival dates are May 3-5, 2017 in the Jacksonville, FL area.
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Fill out and return your completed registration to our office:
3 Days, Over 100 Short Films, Panels, Workshops, Art Exhibits, Industry Guests and Awards!
Here’s a full-color festival poster for your bulletin board!
Here’s how it works!
Fill out registration form to bring your group and get your confirmation within 48 hrs.
Book your bus. Pack your lunches. Bring your creativity!
Limited number of bus grants will be available, send registration form with your booking as soon as possible and a request letter for the grant!
While they last!
Thank you for your interest in the festival’s educational programs. There are Thursday and Friday programming selections for groups of all ages.
All the information you need to know for your trip will be included in your package!
Join us for an unforgettable experience at the World Arts Film Festival Field Trip! For all ages and abilities.
This is an exciting new opportunity for all ages and all abilities of students, educators and the general public to engage with experiential arts in one venue. -Vivian Hill, Former Principal, New York, NY
Film programs for students are designed to be appropriate for school groups, homeschool attendees and young filmmakers! Celebrate the Standards in the Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Technology and Language Arts!
Please call (904) 568-0372 or email us with any questions and let us know how we can help you to join us!
We look forward to seeing you at the movies!
-World Arts Educational Planning Committee
Did you know…
We have year-round World Arts Film Workshops! Request more information on our programs and educational workshops for schools and organizations, click here.
“We work to provide the kind of creative opportunities for students and educators that filmmaking makes possible! With filmmaking, you include not only all of the arts disciplines, but technology as well. The students’ communication skills are enhanced by the process of learning through filmmaking, an unforgettable collaborative and hands-on experience.”
“The top three skills in job market demand are teamwork, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills. Making a film is a great way to learn these skills. We have hands-on workshops for small and large group activities with resources for teachers to use in the classroom. We’re encouraging teachers and students to make films of their own and submit them to the festival.”
-Karen Sadler, Founder and Director