ISLAND HEIGHTS – Ocean County Artists’ Guild is holding a Summer Filmmaking Institute class for students 13 to 19 years old in Island Heights from June 27 to July 12.
The Summer Filmmaking Institute (SFI) class is taught by media professional Guild Members, including a University Film Professor, award-winning filmmakers and an IT engineer.
Students will assist in the production of two films during the week. Cameras, equipment, and professional Mac editing stations are provided for student use in class.
Students will gain experience in the following: how to work cooperatively on a film crew, how to use filmmaking equipment, the work and art of storytelling, and practical skills in shooting and editing.
There will be a celebratory film screening of student’s completed work on the evening of the last night of class, July 1. The screening will take place at the Guild.
The Ocean County Artists’ Guild is a nonprofit organization working to promote the Arts in Ocean County. The Guild’s purpose is to serve the artists and the community; to provide an outlet and training for artistic talent and to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Ocean County.
The Summer Filmmaking Institute hopes to serve area students that are interested in the pursuit of Filmmaking and film appreciation.
SFI is supported by organizations Navy Lakehurst Historical Society and Kutztown University, Department of Cinema, Television and Media Production.
For any inquiries about the Summer Film Institute class, call 855-610-3456 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information go to summerfilmmakinginstitute.com.