The Film Career Connections Roundtable brings Colorado’s top industry leaders in film, television, and digital media to visit high school and college classrooms across the state. Students connect with professionals to learn about the media landscape, opportunities in the industry, and career paths. Panelists can represent animation, cinematography, directing, journalism, screenwriting, and more.
The roundtable attends high schools and two- and four-year colleges and universities with animation, broadcasting, communications, digital media, film production or theory, television, theater, and other related programs.
Professors will need to submit the online application at least the semester before they would like to host a Film Career Connections Roundtable. Requests made during summer months receive priority. These applications have a rolling deadline, meaning the Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media staff will review applications as we receive them.
These questions are only a reference and do not include all of the information you need to include in the application:
- your title and contact information
- your educational institution
- best days and times to host a panel
- any requests for speakers representing specific professions, such as television journalist, film director, screenwriter – not required and we cannot guarantee that we can meet these requests
- What film, television, and media-related major, minor, or courses does your program offer?
- What is the total number of students currently enrolled in a film, television, or media course offered by your institution?
- How many students graduated with a degree in film, television, or media in the most recently completed academic calendar year?
- How many students graduated with a degree in film, television and media in the academic calendar year the most recent?
- Do you have any student success stories you would like to share, such as internships, projects, placements?
Schools are selected based on availability of the educational institution, media industry panelists, and Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media staff.