The Department of Film & Interactive Media at Saint Augustine's University announces the 11th Annual Teen Summer Film Workshop
Now Accepting Applications
The Department of Film & Interactive Media at Saint Augustine's University announces the 11th Annual Teen Summer Film Workshop Now Accepting Applications Raleigh, NC— The Department of Film & Interactive Media at Saint Augustine's University, located in downtown Raleigh, NC, announces its 11th Annual Teen Summer Film Workshop. This hands-on workshop is open to teenagers, ages 13-18 years, who have a strong interest in learning the craft of professional filmmaking. This is an intensive 9-day workshop that will meet every weekday, June 20-30, 2011, 9am-1pm. Students will receive training in digital, standard definition, camera work; shooting in a soundstage; acting for the camera; and non-linear editing systems. Students will also complete a short fiction video by the end of the workshop. The fee is $300.00 for the 9 days.
The workshop is limited to sixteen teenagers in order to facilitate maximum participation, and will offer additional instruction in directing, screenwriting, sound recording, and more.
The Department of Film & Interactive Media, created in 2011 at Saint Augustine's University, is devoted to developing thoughtful, global leaders who use the powerful medium of film as their tool of choice. The department is chaired by Natalie Bullock Brown, M.F.A., and includes J. Brandon Johnson, M. F. A., Coordinator of Film & Digital Technologies for the department, as well as Ellen Shepard, Coordinator of Special Programs, and founder of the Teen Summer Film Workshop.