Future Filmakers Club

Future Filmakers Club is a resource for homeschoolers who are interested in learning more about making their own movies, getting into production, finding out what interesting jobs are out there in the entertainment industry, and how to break in or forge your own path.

How to Become a Videographer

Video Description

If you are interested in film and production, one of the best ways to get started is to begin filming everything. Don't wait around for your 'big break'...start becoming an expert with the equipment that is available to you and use what you have got. Here is a helpful video to get you headed in the right direction.

behind the scenes

The Blind Side - Behind the Scenes
Behind the Scenes of Dolphin Tale

jobs in the entertainment industry


Animation Careers : How to Create Walking Animation

Film Sound Design

Dedicated to the art of film sound design.

contests & festivals

168 Hour Project
The 168 Hour Film Project is a competition where producers have 168 hours (1 week) to film and edit an 11-minute movie based on a theme and a Bible verse. All films are created during production week and premiere at the 168 Film Festival. At the end of the festival, awards are given to producers for all artistic and technical merit.
Christian Filmmakers
Heartkabd Film Festival
High School Film Competition


Biola Media Conference

The Biola Media Conference (formerly Christians & Media) was born out of a desire to expose the film students at Biola University to working media professionals. In 1995, Dr. Rick Bee and Dr. Tom Nash invited members of the Biola Studio Task Force to come speak on Biola’s campus, giving students the opportunity to learn and interact with top industry professionals. The result was a quality program that encouraged and benefited each participant – with requests made that it be broadened to the wider community.

Within 5 years, the annual conference had grown to nearly 350 attendees, and was gaining momentum as a significant professional resource for Christians in the entertainment field.

Act one program

Act One, Inc., exists to create a community of Christian professionals for the entertainment industry who are committed to artistry, professionalism, meaning, and prayer, so that through their lives and work they may be witnesses of Christ and the Truth to their fellow artists and to the global culture.




A national non-profit arts organization we honor and promote filmakers and the films they create which inspire, educate and engage us.