Media Arts Education Resources
Resources for teachers and students creating hero-themed media arts projects.
Documentary Production Resources
Documentary Pre-Production Outline -- designed to guide students through the pre-production process of creating a documentary film.
Documentary Intensive Workshop - 10 day Outline. This guide will help teachers and students who want direction in producing documentary films.
Documentary Post-Production seven-day workshop outline to help guide students and teachers who have completed production (shooting) their documentary projects.
Media Arts Production
Activist Media Outline - A guide to help students create original content to promote issues they care about! Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
A short guide on how to get started in making your own short film about your hero. Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
Copyright resources includes links for better understanding copyright issues as well as links to find copyright free images and sounds for media arts production. Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
A simple guide to working with images for your hero-based media creations. Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
Explore these resources for understanding and creating beautiful cinematographic images. Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
A guide for understanding the basics of creating and recording sound for video. Created by MY HERO Film Festival Director, Wendy Milette.
College Level - Portraits of Individuals
Select videos to view for inspiration - High School Level Winners
Select videos to view for inspiration - Middle School Level Winners
Select videos to view for inspiration - Elementary School Level Winners
Nashville High School students, Queen McElrath and team show love and talent for Michael Brown and the people of Ferguson Missouri.
"Find a way" music produced by BAYCAT High School level students. Video produced by the BAYCAT Fall 2017 youth filmmaking class.
This song was written by Paul M. Eaton for his Middle School students in response to their association with the National Liberty Museum and being exposed to their message of "Live Like A Hero".
High School Student Whitney Winefordner and Larsen McCarroll perform original song in honor of Sylvia Earle.
In this music video, BAYCAT High School level producers take a deeper look at the mainstream media and its flaws.
The Earth needs us and we need the Earth. Original Music Video by the Dreamteam.
A professional music video about James Dilley, founder of the Laguna Greenbelt.
Elementary Students in the Celebrate ECO Heroism Program at the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club collaborated on this song with the help of musician, Stu Pearlman.
High School Portrait of hero Tommy Carroll, who embraces his disability and doesn't view his blindness as a handicap--and meets his hero, skateboard legend Tony Hawk.
High School student, Slater, uses this World Party song to promote youth activism.
Professionally produced video of Pato Banton performing at the MY HERO 20th Anniversary Celebration.
Organizer created on 8/5/2019 5:47:26 PM by Wendy Milette
Last edited 8/24/2019 2:32:31 PM by Jeanne Meyers