Urban Exposure Independent Film Project
Urban Exposure Independent Film Project offers a ten-week summer program for young people highlighting the fundamentals of filmmaking including writing, directing, and editing. Under the supervision of experienced filmmakers, high school, and college-aged students work with one another to realize their creative visions and produce their films from start to finish. By the end of the program, each participant writes, films, edits, and presents their films to the community at a premiere screening held at the Figge Art Museum.
Our 2016 program was funded by the Iowa Arts Council, in part by Quad City Arts Dollar$, The Figge Arts Museum and Azubuike African American Council for the Arts.
Our 2015 program was funded by the Regional Development Authority, the Figge Arts Museum and Azubuike African American Council for the Arts.