We're partnering with Light House Studio
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We're partnering with Light House Studio

Cville
Aug 17
/
1 min read

We’re excited to announce that we’re teaming up with Light House Studio by funding the production of a new series called Light House Studio: Behind-the-Scenes. Every month, we’ll be sharing a video created by Light House’s students documenting their film-making process. The first video will be released on September 1st!

The non-profit, located in Charlottesville, VA, was founded in 1999 by a group of local filmmakers, artists and educators, and has been helping young creatives make thousands of documentaries, dramas and animated films. Our parent company, Ting Internet, has had a long history of supporting Light House, so its nice that our community blog thing can now contribute as well. And wouldn't you know it, we even had the pleasure of profiling Light House way back in 2018.

Finally, as creatives ourselves, we’re thrilled to see a local organization providing tools and mentorship to budding filmmakers. Are we a little jealous that we didn’t have access to something similar when we were young? Sure, but we’ll get over it (eventually.) In the meantime, we’re happy to support Deanna and company as they continue inspiring and supporting the next generation. Stay tuned.

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Paul Stachniak
Executive Editor

We're partnering with Light House Studio
1 min read

We're partnering with Light House Studio

Cville
Aug 17
/
1 min read

We’re excited to announce that we’re teaming up with Light House Studio by funding the production of a new series called Light House Studio: Behind-the-Scenes. Every month, we’ll be sharing a video created by Light House’s students documenting their film-making process. The first video will be released on September 1st!

The non-profit, located in Charlottesville, VA, was founded in 1999 by a group of local filmmakers, artists and educators, and has been helping young creatives make thousands of documentaries, dramas and animated films. Our parent company, Ting Internet, has had a long history of supporting Light House, so its nice that our community blog thing can now contribute as well. And wouldn't you know it, we even had the pleasure of profiling Light House way back in 2018.

Finally, as creatives ourselves, we’re thrilled to see a local organization providing tools and mentorship to budding filmmakers. Are we a little jealous that we didn’t have access to something similar when we were young? Sure, but we’ll get over it (eventually.) In the meantime, we’re happy to support Deanna and company as they continue inspiring and supporting the next generation. Stay tuned.

Paul Stachniak
Executive Editor