If it can be written or thought, it can be filmed.
— Stanley Kubrick

Daily Dose of Inspiration:

Just as aspiring writers can be inspired by reading great novels, aspiring filmmakers can be inspired by watching great films.  Here is some inspiration to motivate you to get out there and start shooting!

Local Spotlight:

Guerilla Film Project

Pickford Film Center’s, Guerilla Film Project (GFP) is a 65 hour filmmaking competition for high school students, which attracts budding young filmmakers from Washington State. In February over Presidents day weekend, GFP hosts teams of 3-5 students gathering in downtown Bellingham. Each year high school students from across Northwest Washington gather in a race against the clock to write, shoot, cut and edit a 3 minute film in under 65 hours. All film entries are required to use a specified line of dialogue and select props.