Advanced Moviemaking for Teens
Summer 2012

Students (ages 12-18) work with a professional filmmaker in a comprehensive hands-on experience to learn how to navigate the entire moviemaking process. From pre-production techniques in creating original ideas and planning shoots through directing and performing to post-production editing and designing FX, each student has the opportunity to focus on their own personal interests while building a well-rounded understanding of what it takes to make a movie. Over the course of the six weeks, students will have the opportunity to produce their own movies as well as work in conjunction with others on group projects. All equipment and supplies are included in the tuition.

About the Instructor: Joseph Lewis
JRL received his BFA in Acting from Emerson College in Boston. His love of theatre fused with his love of movies, and in 2001 he began directing underground feature films. Upon graduating from university, he toured the country adapting and performing stories written by children. In 2009 he co-founded Elephant & Worm Educational Children’s Theatre Company, an organization that produces educational arts projects that unite professional artists with schoolchildren in close creative collaboration.

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