Want to write, direct, and even STAR in your own short film this summer?
Want to learn what it takes to produce a finished movie from talented faculty devoted to the medium? Then join us for the School of the Arts (SOTA) Film Camp, on the campus of the University of West Georgia, in Carrollton.
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The Intro Film Camp consists of daily workshops and tutorials on screenwriting, movement and voice coaching, image capturing, and film editing, using both state-of-the-art university equipment and also your own smart phones and tablets. In addition, students receive lunch on campus with their cohort and a special screening of their films, curated by a film professor, at the end of the week, to which family members and friends are invited. Prizes will be awarded for top films in various categories, and flash drives with the completed projects will be given to each participant.
Registration Fee: $300 for a one week/five-day session and includes instruction, lunches on campus, guest lectures from visiting artists, a special screening of all student films, and a flash drive with the student's own finished film.
The Intermediate Film Camp is a unique opportunity for students already knowledgeable in film production to deepen their understanding. Students will engage in a two-week project that involves more sophisticated technological manipulation and produces a longer end-product. Students may easily take the knowledge gained in the intro camp and apply it in the intermediate version. In fact, we encourage students to participate in both!
Registration Fee: $300 for the one week/five-day camp includes instruction, lunches on campus, guest lectures from visiting artists, a special screening of all student films, and a flash drive with the student's own finished film.
Ages 13-18 recommended.
For more information, contact:
Acting Director, School of the Arts
University of West Georgia