We'll Teach You How

We help students and schools learn media arts through filmmaking while they embrace acceptance, win recognition, and make a positive social impact.

20191004A - Best Director Short Film - Awards Only - GDIFF - LIKE US Movie - FSPAP - THISLEARNING
20191004A - Best Local Film - Awards Only - GDIFF - LIKE US Movie - FSPAP - THISLEARNING
20191004A - Best Film Raises Awareness - Awards Only - GDIFF - LIKE US Movie - FSPAP - THISLEARNING
20191004A - New Jersey Filmmakers Of Tomorrow - Awards Only - GDIFF - LIKE US Movie - FSPAP - THISLEARNING
20191004A - Best Supporting Actress - Awards Only - GDIFF - LIKE US Movie - FSPAP - THISLEARNING

❶ Explore What Others Have Made

Films Created For Kids


Film Example

Be inspired by watching short films, scenes, and mini-documentaries others have created to share their messages of acceptance while they learn media arts.

❷ Learn How To Make Your Own

No Experience Necessary

Learn how you can also use filmmaking to create a scene or short film that inspires a message of acceptance and belonging using your smartphone, tablet, or camera.

❸ Share What You Create

Share To Enter

Follow our guide or do it your way – create and upload your own version of your chosen scene to learn filmmaking and media arts, share messages of acceptance, and enter it into the next round of our LIKE US Awards competition.

We'll Teach You How

(No Experience Needed)

Our curriculum is based on over 10 years of film and video instructional experience by THISLEARNING® – it also incorporates social impact awareness and messages of acceptance into lessons on filmmaking as a way to teach inclusion through media arts education.

Filmmaking Courses

Access to 100-level courses, our premium resource for students to help you learn filmmaking with your school or group.

Built-in Community

Join in conversations with students at every stage of the challenge. Share your big wins, get feedback on your ideas, ask for help or get inspiration from what others are doing.

Live Group Mentorship Sessions

We’ll host live virtual Q&A sessions where our mentors will answer any questions you have about your own filmmaking or scene development for kids.

Make A Scene. Change The World.

Believing in ourselves, letting go, and accepting others can help support acceptance and create safe spaces to learn and live. Celebrate filmmaking and acceptance with us when we announce our annual LIKE US Award winners.

Win For Doing Good

LIKE US Awards

Be inspired by others or create a totally new take with your own ideas – all you need is to take our course on filmmaking and acceptance, and use your tablet, smartphone, or video camera to create your own short scene or short film to share messages of acceptance.

Safe Space Support Checklist

We believe harassment and bullying should never be tolerated, and that our schools and communities should always strive to be a safe place for all students. We encourage students, staff, and parents to report all incidents of harassment and bullying so that the school can address them before the situation escalates. Please consult with your parents, teachers, and administration for support. These resources may help.

  • StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.

  • The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments offers tools, training, and technical assistance to schools, institutions of higher education, families, and communities.

Brought To You By