Summer Filmmaking Program for Grades 6-9

This three-week program is your chance to explore the creative and collaborative process of filmmaking. During your time here, you will build and develop the skills you need to effectively express yourself as an aspiring filmmaker.

Below are examples of past instructors; 2017 faculty will be announced in the spring.

Program length: 3 weeks
Program dates:
June 24, 2017 to July 15, 2017
July 16, 2017 to August 7, 2017
Tuition: $5,657
Age range: Students currently in grades 6-9

Registration for this summer 2017 program will open later this fall.

The program curriculum is designed specifically for young aspiring filmmakers. Guided by an experienced faculty, you will receive daily instruction and opportunities to explore multimedia. The curriculum includes:

  • Two-hour Film Production Workshop
  • Survey Hour
  • Visual Writing
  • Two elective classes allow students to explore other art forms, including music, visual art, creative writing, theatre, and dance that inform the study of motion pictures.

Each three-week session concludes with a public screening of student work.

Students are welcome to attend for three or six weeks. Students who attend for six weeks can experience a wider variety of elective classes, and will receive a multiple session discount.

Tools and Resources

The Motion Picture Arts (MPA) department is centrally located on Interlochen's campus in the 26,000-square-foot DeRoy Center for Film Studies. Its features include four editing suites, a sound stage, a 180-seat 2K HD projection space, and classrooms equipped with cutting-edge technology. View 360-degree virtual tour.

Required Materials

PDF file: Compose a short response to the following question: Why would you like to be a part of the Intermediate Filmmaking program?

Faculty

Carson Einarsen

Instructor of Motion Picture Arts (Intermediate Filmmaker), Interlochen Arts Camp

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