Virtual Summer Camps  >  OpenShot Filmmaking

THINGS YOU NEED:

OPENSHOT

Filmmaking

June 1–5 | July 6 - 9 | July 27–31 (ages 10-12 only) 

CAMP DESCRIPTION

A story is worth a thousand takes. In this virtual camp, story will call the shots on all projects. Each day, students will produce one short film exploring a variety of storytelling methods including an auto-biographical intro video, scripted narrative short films, stop motion animations, and a short documentary. Students will implement all three stages of the film production process every day to produce their mini-movies. Young filmmakers in this camp will play all of the roles throughout the process including scriptwriter, storyboard artist, cinematographer, director, actor, and editor. This camp is perfect for the creator that likes to do it all!

THINGS YOU NEED:

Mac or Windows PC only

Camera w/ share capabilities 

WebCam

Internal Computer Mic. /External Mic.

$150

PER CAMP

KIDS

* 7-12

THINGS TO KNOW:

Full Week Live Camps

  • Live Instructors

  • Week Long Camps, M–F

  • 20 hours of instruction total

  • 4 hours of learning each day

    • 10am-12pm (EST)

    • 2pm - 4pm (EST)

OBJECTIVES (Camp Highlights)
 

  • Implement the three states of film production: Pre-production, Production, and Post-production

  • Apply filmmaking principles such as rule of thirds, camera angles, and shot composition

  • Analyze scenes and modify scripts to improve production quality

  • Practice different production roles (writer, director, cinematographer, editor)

  • Utilize editing techniques to improve pace and structure of the story being told

 
FINAL PROJECT

Students will produce, direct, and edit one short narrative film each day of camp.

 

WHO IS THIS FOR?

Kids with a passion for storytelling and want to experience the professional film production process.

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