NOVA Woodbridge Film Reaches Out to the High Schools

We are humbled and honored to visit some of the local high schools to spread the word about the film classes being offered on the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College.

Yesterday, we met some wonderful students from Woodbridge High School and today we will meet some from Garfield H.S. before turning our attention to Hylton H.S. on Wednesday morning.

It is always exciting to meet future students of our campus who are interested in filmmaking, whether as an actor/model, writer, or productionist/editor.

Again, we are offering a film school education at a community college price.  Even if you wish to attend NOVA for two years before transferring elsewhere, you will still get the same experience, partnerships, and networking as if you attended many of the four year colleges/universities from the beginning.  We continue to re-invent our program and reach out to many local production houses, post-production facilities, acting studios, talent houses, and screenwriting workshops to bridge the gap between education and real world  experience.

If you have any questions at all, whether about our student Filmmaking Club, the equipment we use, the classes we offer, or anything you did not get to ask us while at your school, please do not hesitate to email me at


Chris Stallings