Windsong News

Windsong Pictures News:

Coming!

The 19th Annual International Windsong Film Festival                  March 9-11, 2018                                         Fort Wayne History Center                   No Admission Charge

March 9th @ 7:00 pm

 International Film Shorts

from around the world

March 10th

 Film Tryouts 10:00 am to Noon

1816 Indiana Bicentennial Film 1:00 pm

Alice in Wonderland & Cinderella   4:00 pm

Arts Alive 7:00 pm                                  Art, Music & Dance come alive, a feature film!

March 11th

Alice in Wonderland & Cinderella 1:00 pm

Arts Alive 2:00 pm

Call: 260-348-5510

E-Mail: Windsong71@comcast.net

Coming: 

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The Windsong Pictures Production Youth Center
Windsong Pictures, Inc. has been a nonprofit 501(c)(3) youth organization for 43 years positively impacting the lives of young people through the arts. Working side by side with the all-volunteer staff of professionals, students experience real life hands-on learning situations, and through this the dreams of children come true. Windsong Pictures is spearheading a campaign to build a modest but highly productive youth center for creative arts. The land has been donated, and the plans are set. There is a contractor on board. We do not need to raise millions of dollars. Instead this project will be completed for $21,500.00, and students have worked very hard in raising $8,000.00 to date for their center, but they cannot do it all themselves. They need help. Please give what you can. No amount is too small.




Want to be in a movie in 2017?  

See Below!!!

COMING! COMING! COMING!

Windsong Pictures and the Fort Wayne History Center  Present The Indiana  Bicentennial Film:

1816

New Screening March 10, 2018 at 1:00 pm

1816: The Indiana Bicentennial – the theatrical documentary traces Indiana’s rich history from the early inhabitants across a 200 year journey to the 21st century.  Several years in the making, the feature film is officially endorsed by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission with a cast and crew of 18,000 people.

1816 Highlights:

  • Native American Heritage
  • Canals & Railroads
  • Circus under the Big Top
  • The Revolution & 1812
  • The Civil War
  • WWI & WWII
  • Korean & Viet Nam
  • The Roaring 20’s
  • The Great Depression
  • Holocaust Survivors
  • The Cold War & Civil Rights
  • Diversity

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Note: All Windsong Pictures films are family friendly and offer a message of hope for mankind in keeping with the Windsong goal “To Reach Out, Touch Others & Make a Difference”.

To bring the screening of 1816 to your Indiana community without charge, contact Windsong Pictures today!

For Information: 260-348-5510 or Windsong71@comcast.net

The fundamental difference from other arts organizations in the community is that Windsong Pictures does not just cater to people who can afford to pay for services we provide. There are no fees for students to be involved in Windsong Pictures Programs.  Instead we actively go out, seek and secure involvement of students and their families who cannot afford to participate in other art, music, singing, dancing, acting, robotics, photographic and video technology programs.  Through Windsong Pictures the playing field is leveled, everyone makes the team, and children have opportunities to experience and really see their dreams come true through this high quality performance production with professional polish.

 

2017 Windsong Pictures Films:

Screening on March 9 – 11, 2018

Arts Alive

and

Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella

 

Come to a Call Out Meeting for

2018 Filmmaking:

March 10, 2018 at the Fort Wayne History Center 10:00 am to Noon

 

For more information contact:

Windsong71@comcast.net

260-348-5510

  

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