SPLICE stands for Service-based Productions that Launch Initiatives & Change the World by Empowering Lives. SPLICE is a cohort of volunteer media makers at Carthage College that create, write, produce, and edit service-based film productions free of charge for nonprofit organizations. The goals of SPLICE are to support and enhance the community at large via filmmaking, and to give students real-world, client-based experiential learning outcomes for their production portfolios. Projects will include PSA’s, short documentaries, and commercials. We will have the opportunity to experience workshops, guest speakers, film competitions, and field trips.
Mondays 9 p.m. to 10 p.m., Niemann Media Theatre in the basement of the Hedberg Library
What are some of your org's major events and activities?
We create films and videos for local charities free of charge throughout the year. We also sponsor film screenings and talks with guest speakers who are in the film industry. In the past, field trips have been taken to Chicago to see live television productions.
Why should people join this organization?
Anyone who is interested in film whatsoever is welcome to join. We will provide the chance for new filmmakers to learn the tools of the trade, such as cameras and editing software. We will also provide opportunities for prospective filmmakers to expand their portfolio with more professional experience.
Who can join?
Any student, at any time!
Professor Jon Bruning email@example.com