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Exploring Film & TV Production: Cinematography Summer Camp (Ages 9-13)
Embark on a captivating journey through the world of cinematography, where you'll unlock the secrets of movie magic and creating your own stunning scenes and stories!
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$18 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
60 minutes per class
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Welcome to the exciting world of cinematography! This one-week class is perfect for young filmmakers and TV and film enthusiasts alike. Over the course of five days, we will explore the foundational elements of cinematography and how these principles are put into practice. This will include an introduction to different types of shots, basic camera movements, the role of lighting, and how to tell a story through the lens of a camera! Each day, we will focus on a specific topic and will engage...
This class is taught in English.
Students will be able to: Understand the role of cinematography in telling stories Identify different camera shots to communicate different aspects of a story or scene Recognize the role of lighting in creating mood, highlighting important aspects of a scene, and supporting storytelling Create storyboards using aspects of cinematography to plan out a scene Identify the role and responsibilities of key players, including the director, producer, script writer, and actors
Daphne Sardis is a New Jersey-based filmmaker, writer, and actor. Her most recent short film credits include Ioanna (Writer/Director) and Diary of a Simpy Kid: The Documentary (Director). She is currently studying Digital Filmmaking and English at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, where she is also a Writing Center tutor and the videographer for the Livingston Theatre Company. Her most recent theatre credits include Into the Woods (The Witch), Hair (Claude), Cinderella (Queen), and tick, Tick, BOOM! (Jon). She is very excited to bring beginner filmmaking courses to Ferrell Studios and inspire the next generation of artists.
Students will receive daily video assignments to practice their cinematography skills.
FlipGrid will be used for short video exercises throughout the camp.
Students will receive verbal feedback from the instructor throughout the various exercises of the camp.
5 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
⭐️ Performing Arts Education ⭐️ Affordable. ⭐️ Accessible. ⭐️ Authentic. ⭐️
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
10 total reviews
49 completed classes
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