Tired of nothing new coming to a theater near you anytime soon?! Well, let’s make something new and bring the theater to you! Join me once a week to learn the in’s and out’s of the art of filmmaking, from shot composition to story structure to music videos, documentary, and short narrative, we’ll work our way up from the bare bones of the filmmaking process to eventually send you on your way as the next generational voice of cinema!
Justus Snyder was born into the world of film when he shortly after being brought into the world he was brought into the starring role of his mothers graduate film thesis at NYU "The Baby That Ate My Day." Since then he has always pursued a role in film and the performing arts, from studying at one of NYC performing arts high schools to then going on to get his BFA at the Savannah College of Art & Design in Film & Television with a minor in Creative Writing. Since then he has gone on to work on both professional and personal projects but finds that working with the next generation of filmmakers to be the biggest reward. Working during the school years as teaching artist with Film At Lincoln Center, helping facilitate a program that teaches short filmmaking as visual literacy in different public schools around the city, and in the summers looks to continue this practice by running programs for kids that will continue and help the next generation of filmmakers find their voice.