We start by familiarizing all campers with the subject in focus with mini and quick projects, nothing too serious at this point. Campers get to meet each other, make friendships that will become helpful bonds throughout the week. By the end of day one, campers will have the big picture of the week in mind and feel ready to take on the rest of the week.
Cinematography, TV & Film Camp
Spend this summer learning the video production techniques used by Hollywood filmmakers. Campers will learn the intricacies of camera technology while exploring the rich history of film and motion pictures. Learn the how-tos of creating studio television programs and the different technologies needed to put together a live TV show, live sports program, and news tv broadcast. Full-day campers will go further to create digital content for youtube, create a personal channel branding, develop on-camera presence, and learn professional editing skills that they can use at home to become a youtube sensation.
Film History – A cursory look at the history of motion picture production and the evolution of cameras. Notable figures to be studied include; the Lumiere Brothers, Georges Méliès, Charlie Chaplin, George Eastman.
Storytelling & Screenwriting
Digital Film Editing and Post Production
New media Production – Youtube and Social Media
This camp runs Monday – Friday from 9 am – 3:00 pm. For extended hours, before-care (8 am-9 am) and after-care (3:30 pm-6 pm) may be purchased at an additional cost during checkout.
Campers begin to explore a wide range of concepts around the theme of the camp. They learn from our expert tutors through guided practice as they start to get a grasp of the curriculum. By the end of day two, campers will be ready for more hands-on activities on day three.
Campers begin to partner up with each other to implement the concepts learned so far. Campers are presented with more challenging projects and encouraged to collaborate to solve complex problems. By the end of day three, campers are ready to begin to develop original ideas for the capstone project.
Campers will start to develop, design, and implement their project ideas. They are encouraged to take the lead and come up with initiatives based on all they have learned throughout the week. By the end of day four, campers are ready for their final presentation.
The atmosphere is already beaming with excitement and curiosity at this point as campers get ready to make final presentations to demonstrate their knowledge and mastery of the concepts learned throughout the week.
Camp daily schedule:
- 9:00am: Intro + Kickstart Activity.
- 9:30am: Explain and Explore.
- 10:00am: Engagement Activity.
- 12:00pm: Lunch Break.
- 12:30pm: Project Time.
- 02:00pm: Paired Programming + Presentation.
- 03:00pm: Wrap Activity.
- 03:30pm: Early Dismissal.