In our newest documentary, homeless youth in Portland, OR, debate if and how to return to mainstream society while creating their own film version of the iconic story of Peter Pan.
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4322 SE 28th Pl., Portland, OR 97202
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To empower homeless and marginalized youth to educate the public about issues they face by producing films with youth that convey their experience.
Outside the Frame changes the way homeless and marginalized youth see and are seen through film.
Project based film and media education
Participants learn film making from pre-production to broadcast with mentorship of professional filmmakers.
A PARTICIPANT DRIVEN CREATIVE OUTLET
The films produced depict issues that pertain to and are determined by the participants.
Hearing what young people have to say for themselves through screenings and presentations increases sensitivity and reduces stigma.
Technology training and job readiness experience that is competitive, relevant, creative and not typically available.
Our workshops offer a space for participants to reflect on, make sense of and share their stories.
The films align with local organizing efforts that confront systemic issues the participants face.
Outside the Frame was founded with the idea of helping homeless youth value themselves as productive members of society. We partner with excellent social service organizations to provide a much-needed creative outlet, technological training, and a sense of success that is contagious and visible to the public.
We believe that to thrive, young people need more than their basic needs met. We offer a model educational and vocational program, where young people create films about issues that matter to them and share them with the public.
Program graduates have gone on to complete their GED, enroll in college, actively pursue employment and independent living, and make movies.
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Our professional film production team is available to produce high quality, authentic and captivating videos for your business, organization or event.
We are available to host film workshops for your group or organization. Participants will learn about filmmaking from pre-production to broadcast, and have an original creative films to share at the end of the workshop.
Jewish Life Oregon
Moon, Deborah. "Nili Yosha Helps Lost Boys Find a Voice." Oregon Jewish Life. Empowered Women issue. 29th September, 2016.
Making films, she explains, engages a lot of people with a variety of skills as they create something that changes others’ perceptions.
“You can’t change peoples’ minds through logic, you have to change them through the heart,” says Nili. The films the youth create enable people “to hear what these youth have to say for themselves. This is a two-way street. People watching are getting educated and changing their views, and hopefully are moved to change policy or give the youth opportunities with a job or internship.”
TV, PDX Tonight! [Portland]. 7 June, 2016
TV, Fox 12 Oregon [Portland], 7 June, 2016
TV, Local News [Portland], 23 May, 2016
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Cinematographers, Sound Mixers, Gaffers, Colorists, Composers, Animators, and other film industry professionals for full or half day workshops sessions or post production work.
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