The Filmmaker Boot Camp is a five-day intensive experience where high school students will have a chance to learn the basics of modern video production with experienced mentors. During short lessons and production exercises, students will receive the foundations of filmmaking knowledge that will prepare them for their time on set. The big highlight of the workshop is when the students split into productions crews and work with each other on the set of a film directed by the mentors. Students will implement their new found knowledge and work as a team to produce a professional looking short film.

The Advanced Workshop picks up where the Boot Camp leaves off. Over the course of 10 days (2 weeks) students will have their creativity challenged as they learn how to analyze films, apply what they learned to their own original short scripts, film their shorts, and edit everything from rough cut to color correction. This workshop is not for the faint of heart. We work as fast as a professional film set.

Here’s the recap video from last summer!