In April 2018, the first class of LCAA student filmmakers presented original short films and held a premiere at the Frazer Museum in Louisville, KY. Students wrote, directed, shot and edited their own works then presented them to a crowd of family and friends. Students will be holding the second premiers with a new group of student filmmakers on April 27 at 11:00 a.m. again at the Frazer Museum.
Louisville Creative Arts Academy held it's fourth annual summer camp - Come Alive '18! There were eight workshops offered daily to 6th - 12th graders. One of the workshops, taught by filmmaker Jonathan Cullen, was videography. As part of the workshop, students made a 'fake' movie trailer. Cullen had participants submit ideas for the film and the class selected the winner. The class collectively wrote the script, performed, shot and edited the film.