The CCPL Film Club has created a new installment in the “Creepy Chiller Spooky Ghost Theater” series!

In this radio drama, several people wake up to find themselves in an escape room, and must figure a way out and learn the nefarious purpose why they were put there. Written by Skylan Brassell. Edited by Jada Davis-Turner.

The CCPL Film Club for Teens is open for anyone to join. No experience is necessary, just a love and passion for making stories come to life!

Would you like to read more about making movies?

Be A Film Director by Alix Wood

A lot of people are involved in making a movie; just count them in the ending credits. There’s one person who’s in charge of making sure that those people work together, the director. A director oversees all the creative pieces of movie production. They may change scripts, costumes, and cast members, and have a say about all camera shots and final edits. It’s stressful but rewarding; just ask an Oscar-winning director. Young directors will learn the myriad of responsibilities they can look forward to in this insightful volume, while gathering great advice on how to work with people to make a cinematic masterpiece.

Be A Film Editor by Alix Wood

One of the most crucial people behind the scenes in a movie is the film editor. Without this meticulous artist, a film would seem awkward, hard to follow, and unprofessional. The film editor knows when to cut the action of a scene and how to transition into the next scene flawlessly. They know when to use a close-up and how to add important visual effects. There’s a lot to the art of film editing, but this filmmaker’s guide is an accessible view into the fascinating career that movie enthusiasts may never have considered.

Backstage at a Movie Set by Katherine Wessling

Explores the history of motion picture production, key players in the process of making a film, a typical day of shooting, and how to pursue one’s interest in the field, either as a career or as a hobby.