Are your kids looking for something interesting to do in July? I have just the thing for them – Film Camp with the Dallas Film Society. What a great way to learn how to make a film while on the campus of SMU. All the details are below.
T.G.I.F! xoxo- Tanya
Dallas Film Society – 2014 Film Camp
This Summer, the Dallas Film Society is excited to offer two three-day film workshops for students ages 14-18.
Professors from the Southern Methodist University Division of Film and Media Arts will present highly focused information on film topics and tricks of the trade to small classes. It’s a unique, hands-on learning opportunity that goes well beyond standard classroom work. And it’s summer camp, so you know it’s fun!
Click here to download the required DFS Summer Camp Registration form and permission slip (PDF).
10 a.m.-3 p.m., Wed., July 9th through Fri., July 11th
This three-day workshop introduces you to the techniques, language, and process of filmmaking. Learn the basics of filmmaking techniques, including camera angles, shots, basic lighting, sound recording, acting style, screenwriting, storyboarding, and directing. And learn the foundation in film vocabulary and criticism, including ideas about getting your film to an audience. Wait there is more… also there will be many hands-on activities, including storyboarding, screenwriting, acting, writing reviews, and making a movie.
Presented by writer, producer and Women In Film.Dallas president Dee Evans.
POST PRODUCTION: SOUND & AUDIO DESIGN
10 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon., July 14 through Wed., July 16
Three days of folio effects, voice over and manipulating audio elements – it’s a sound designers dream. Students will learn how to capture and mix sound, and receive expert tips on transferring and editing dialog, music and sound effects. Students will learn the best practices in the film industry and how to quickly make sensible perspective choices when recording.
Presented by David Friedman, Partner, Wave Maker Audio LLC
Each three-day workshop will run daily from 10 am–3 pm. All supplies are provided. For more information, contact Reneé Contreras at 214-720-0555 or firstname.lastname@example.orgTags: Dallas Film Society