Film training school Daughters is a movie training school that is based in Dallas, Texas, and specializes in training new directors, producers, and actors in the craft of filmmaking.
The company is currently working on its first feature film, which will be released in 2018.
The film is about a teenage girl who travels the world and becomes an aspiring filmmaker.
It will be the first feature-length film directed by a 15-year-old in the company’s history.
Daughters also has a feature film program, which is led by an actress who was previously a model and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in film.
“We’re working to become a feature-film training center for aspiring directors, producing talent, and aspiring actors,” said Kristin Smith, founder and CEO of Daughters.
“There’s not a lot of schools for young filmmakers, so it’s really about building a network that can help young people learn about the craft.”
For more on Daughters, watch our feature film training video: Daughters has also partnered with a network of local filmmakers.
“Daughters is not just about the school itself, but also the students and their experiences,” said Daughters CEO and co-founder of the company, Kristin Jones.
“They have an amazing education program, a really amazing team of instructors, and a lot going on outside the school.
They’re building a community.”
In addition to its educational programs, Daughters offers training for its staff members and students, including filmmakers, actors, and producers.
“When we started Daughters in 2016, we had a lot in common with other film training programs in the world.
We wanted to offer training for aspiring filmmakers, as well as the aspiring talent that we see at Daughters,” said Smith.
“This is a brand that’s been around for a long time and has an amazing story to tell, so I think it’s important to continue that story and tell that story to our students.”
Daughters’ training programs include film workshops and film-making competitions, and the company is working to expand into other areas of film education.
For more information, visit the Daughters website.