Grades 9th - 12th
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UCLA School of Theater Film and Television has an international reputation for quality education in developing individual voices of the next generation of filmmakers. Their graduates include the likes of Francis Ford Coppola (THE GODFATHER), Alexander Payne (THE DESCENDANTS), Justin Lin (FAST AND FURIOUS TOKYO DRIFT), and Brad Silberling (LEMONY SNICKET). This same passion and quality is now being brought to a younger generation of voices with the UCLA Arts Camp in Digital Filmmaking. This workshop is being taught by award winning professionals who are faculty of the UCLA Film, Television and Digital Media Department. Basic techniques of digital production and postproduction will be taught while maintaining an understanding of storytelling. Using the same state of the art equipment as the Advanced Digital Filmmaking Workshop, participants will be immersed in the creativity of image storytelling using supportive sound to speak their message through the digital medium. No previous experience is necessary, just a passion for storytelling through images.
This summer we are offering three individual sessions of Digital Filmmaking. You may have done some filmmaking in school or with your home camcorder and you will find that in the Digital Film Workshop you will be challenged to move and / or entertain an audience. Our faculty and our graduate student mentors will push your creativity and visualization with the completion of a digital narrative project which will be shown to an audience by weeks' end. This workshop meets on an actual soundstage in the Film, Television and Digital Media Department, and uses the latest in Final Cut Pro, and After Effects editing software as well as Canon, Sony, and Panasonic Cameras including the hi definition Sony HVR Z1U, the Sony AX2000 and the PANASONIC HVX200. You will experience the creativity that is echoed in the halls of the internationally recognized UCLA film school.
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