Where Does a Homeschooler Learn How to Make Christian Films?
Part of the adventure of homeschooling is being able to follow your own interests, your own dreams, your own passions. Justus McCranie, the founder and creative force behind Tomorrow’s Filmmakers, is an example of one who followed his dream—from age eight!—to teach himself everything about creating films for God’s glory.
And he’s coming to the convention!
Here are just a few of the workshops he will do at the convention:
Can you tell a story without saying any words? Can you get a message across with just seeing something on the screen? In this talk, we learn all about visual storytelling and how to use it in your films.
How to Get into Film-making
You want to be a filmmaker, but where do you start? Should you spend a lot of money? Should you start with what you have? In this talk, we learn what the best route is to take when getting into film.
Tomorrow’s Filmmakers is an online, Christian film academy designed to help you as you further God’s Kingdom through film.
HEAV’s 35th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention will be held June 7, 8, and 9, 2018, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. In addition to Justin McCranie, look for featured speakers Heidi St. John (The Busy Mom), Rachel Carmen (Apologia), Andrew Pudewa (IEW), Kathie Koch (Celebrate Kids), Frederic Gray (the Relationship Revolution), and many more. Be sure to check out keynote speakers Sam Sorbo (Let There Be Light, God’s Not Dead), Voddie Baucham, and John Stonestreet (Colson Center, Breakpoint Radio.) See more about the convention here.