Filmmaking 

KIDS AGES 7–12

Strive to become the next Spielberg
In this camp students will experiment with various film genres to explore key concepts of filmmaking including storytelling essentials, camera anatomy and function, location scouting, script writing, film editing, and critical analysis. Students will work in small production teams to produce several short films, honing their project management, communication, and technical skills as their film projects grow in complexity throughout the week. Through a fast-paced mix of instruction and exercises, students will regularly interact with video cameras, computers, iPads, and editing software bringing their stories to life.

WHO IS THIS FOR? 
Campers with big imaginations and desire to make films in various genres

STUDENTS WILL

• Identify key concepts used in video production
• Examine various film genres to identify a preferred niche
• Experiment with various methods of telling a story
• Apply production management skills by performing a variety of production roles
• Execute an effective production plan, implementing work in small time frames

FINAL PROJECT

3 to 4 scripted, planned, produced, and edited short films that convey an intentional story and adhere to a specified genre

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WHEN IS THIS CAMP OFFERED? 
Winter Park:  June 5–9, June 12–16, and
July 17–21
Lake Nona: June 19–23 and July 3–7

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HOW TO GET HERE
Winter Park: Download directions
Lake Nona: Download directions

SCHEDULE
Mon – Fri from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS

Full Sail University reserves the right to cancel or postpone any camp due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If a camp is cancelled by the university, registrants will be notified immediately and registration fee refunds will be processed.

All cancellations and withdrawals are subject to a $100 cancellation fee per camp, per child.  No refunds will be given after a camp begins.

CAN I CHOOSE MORE THAN ONE WEEK?

You can join us for as many weeks as you like during the summer, and even choose the same theme. Since the themes are tailored to your child's interests you'll have a whole new experience.

 

DO YOU PROVIDE LUNCH AND SNACKS?

Students need to bring their own lunch and a preferred snack. We’ll provide water and some healthy snacks.

ARE THERE EARLY DROP OFF and LATE PICKUP TIMES?

Early drop off is from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Late pick up is available until 6:00 p.m. 

 
 

IF THE WEEK I WANT IS FULL, IS THERE A WAITING LIST?

For those classes that are already full, we will maintain a waiting list. To get into the waiting list, you must complete an online application indicating the session in which you are interested. No fee or credit card information is required at this point. As spaces become available, the first name in the waiting list will be called to offer the space. 

How are refunds processed?

If you need to cancel or withdraw from a camp, please notify our office as soon as possible, either by phone or in writing (mail or email). A cancellation fee will be applied. No refunds will be given after a camp begins. 

 

Can my CHILD take the same Summer Camp more than once? 

Yes. Each camp has different roles and we adapt to the interests of the child within the project.

HOW DO DISCOUNTS WORK?

Discounts will be applied after checkout when you enroll more than one child at the same time.