Movie Making 101
Calling all aspiring film makers!
Have you ever considered writing, directing, or shooting your own movie? Regardless of whether you'd like to create a documentary or narrative film, film making is fun, challenging, and rewarding all the same time!
Explore the art of film making with our Movie Making 101 Resource Guide, Movie Making 101 movie nights featuring examples of low-budget, self-produced films, and prepare for the Basalt Regional Library's 1st Annual Film Making Challenge and Film Festival.
Movie Making 101 Resource Guide
Open the digital version, or come into the library and pickup a print version.
Online Film Making Courses
Log into Lynda.com using your library card to access more than 6,000 training courses across a wide selection of subjects. Search for Film Making or Movie Making to find a large selection of comprehensive training.
Editing Workshops at the Library
We are offering three different editing classes through the end of July.
See all editing workshop dates and times
Movie Making 101 Film Nights
Join us the 1st Wednesday of each month from now through August, for a selection of full-length and short films and documentaries that illustrate what can be produced with a super low-budget and simple movie making equipment. Film festival entries, film challenge entries, and High School film challenge entries will be included alongside films of up and coming film makers.
See the Movie Making 101 film schedule
Basalt Regional Library Film Competition
Enter our 72 hour film competition in August and test your skill in film making!
Basalt Regional Library Film Festival
Finalists from the 72 hour film competition will be recognized and have their films shown during our 1st Annual Film Festival.