Ways To Give

The Shenandoah Film Collaborative (SFC) is a non-profit organization founded with the purpose of community: to offer diverse cinematic experiences for local Shenandoah Valley residents while also giving back to local entities. Therefore, all proceeds either go towards festival funding or the Shenandoah County Public School District.

Today’s Students, Tommorow’s Creators.

We find PayPal to be the easiest way to donate and all of the money goes back to us. If you run into any trouble with PayPal, let us know by emailing info@strasburgfilm.com

Wondering how your support helps the film community?

Raising funds and awareness for theater/drama-related programming was one of the key issues behind SFC’s formation, as the benefits of theater in public education often go unnoticed. Our cause is intended to enhance the everyday lives of film and theater aficionados both locally and around the globe, as well as supporting other non-profits and civic organizations meant to educate and allow artists to express themselves through such arts.

Meet Some of Shenandoah’s Creators

Get to know our team of writers, artists, film critics, film makers, and editors.

Alyssa Prosser

Alyssa is an artist working to illustrate graphics for the Shenandoah site and to accompany our film blogs. Click their photo to see all their illustrations for the Shenandoah Film Collaborative.

Gray O’Reily

Gray is a creative writer interning with Shenandoah to provide weekly content for the site’s film blog. As a film analyst, they love writing articles that explore the language and history of cinema. In those rare moments when they aren’t writing, they enjoy watching cult movies, playing video games and cooking.

Esther Ju

Alyssa is an artist working to illustrate graphics for the Shenandoah site and to accompany our film blogs. Click their photo to see all her illustrations for the Shenandoah Film Collaborative.

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