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Teen Filmmakers Program
Summer Teen Programs 2017
For teens ages 13 to 18.
Classes are held Monday thru Friday, 9am to 2pm
Filmmaking for Teens
STP-A: July 3 - 14, 2017; Tuition: $790
(no class July 4th)
- STP-B: July 17 - July 28, 2017; Tuition $790
Advanced Filmmaking for Teens:
- ATP-A: July 31 - Aug 11, 2017 Tuition: $995.00
Film Acting For Teens:
- TFA: August 14 - 18, 2017 Tuition $450
Filmmaking for Teens -- Monday through Friday 9am-2pm
2 Starts: July 3rd, and July 17th
Age appropriate groups from 13-18
The Summer Teen Filmmaking Program concentrates on developing skills in video production. This intensive two week program culminates with students completing a final project on video. The program provides a practical foundation for filmmaking skills--lighting, camera, composition, and editing.
Students take full responsibility for their projects as they write the scripts, prepare storyboards, and finally shoot the project. At the end of the session, each student will take home a DVD copy of the final projects completed during the class.
The tuition includes use of video equipment and textbook.
Ready for More:
Advanced Filmmaking for Teens
ATP: Aug 31st, Two weeks
Monday through Friday 9am-2pm Tuition: $995.00
Advanced Filmmaking for Teens is open to those students who have completed the Summer Teen Program (this year or in previous years) or have previous video experience.
Take the skills you've learned and put them to work with either a large collaborative class project, or test out those experimental and innovative ideas you have with the help of a group of dedicated classmates. As always, you'll leave class with a final day screening and a DVD of the work you've done.
Would You Rather Be In Front Of The Camera?:
Acting for Film for Teens
TFA: Aug. 14, One Week
Monday through Friday 9am-2pm Tuition: $450.
Acting for Film for Teens is open to those who would like to develop their skills in acting for the camera. Learn how to develop a character, improvise lines or action, and more.
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E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Or call us: (800) 882-4734 or (206) 568-4387 Submitting the Form: After you have filled out the form, enclose it with check or credit card information, and submit to: Seattle Film Institute 3210 16th Ave W Seattle, WA 98119