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FCTV has 3 Internship positions open for Summer 2017! If you, or someone you know, wants a career in Television, FCTV's Summer Internships are an excellent opportunity to learn new skills, build valuable relationships with people in the industry and develop a resume reel of video projects. Applications are due MAY 31st, 2017.
Do you have a show idea, but you need a crew? Or maybe you just want to brainstorm with other members? Pitch your show using our Google form, and we'll give you feedback and share it with members who are certified in field and/or studio production. It's a great way to collaborate and find members who want to work with you on your show!
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus we see a preview of the 26th annual Woods Hole Film Festival, a dedication ceremony for the newly renovated Falmouth Commodores press box at Gov Fuller Field, a community's fight against drunk driving with Run Jack Run, a tour of the Falmouth Road Race with historical insights, and Crafts Street Fair, and much more!
Sergei N. Khrushchev, son of former Soviet premier Nikita S. Khrushchev, visited Falmouth on July 19 for a lecture on the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 and current relations between the United States and Russia. The event was hosted by Falmouth Museums on the Green as part of an ongoing commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of President John F. Kennedy.
In this episode of Falmouth in Focus we see highlights from the Mashpee Wampanoag's 96th annual Pow-Wow, take a tour of West Falmouth's newly completed library, meet a cute tabby cat named Lilly Mae from People For Cats, get an overview of the Lawrence School's Building Blitz, and more!
If you know any young people in grades seven through twelve who have an interest in video production, tell them about FCTV’s Youth Producers! Once a week throughout the school year, FCTV’s Youth Producers meet for two hours every Tuesday after school to learn and practice video storytelling.