Youth

Description: 

Students (ages 13-17) work with a professional filmmaker in a comprehensive hands-on experience to learn how to navigate the entire moviemaking process. This course will cover all aspects of digital video production, from initial concept to finished movie.

Tuition (Members): 
$310
Tuition (Non-members): 
$325
Description: 

This class is designed for youth ages 10 - 13, who have a passion for telling fun and extravagant stories will have the opportunities to express their creative visions while also learning the mechanics of using cameras and equipment.  Students will use their own drawings as well as provided toys/models/clay to create multiple short, stop

Tuition (Members): 
$310
Tuition (Non-members): 
$325
Description: 

Students (ages 13-17) work with a professional filmmaker in a comprehensive hands-on experience to learn how to navigate the entire moviemaking process. This course will cover all aspects of digital video production, from initial concept to finished movie.

Tuition (Members): 
$325
Tuition (Non-members): 
$310
Instructor: 
Class Duration: 
This course meets for three hours per week over a six week term.
Description: 

For youth ages 10-13 // This comprehensive, 2-week camp will cover all aspects of digital video production, from initial concept to finished movie.

Class Duration: 
2 weeks (Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm)
Description: 

This comprehensive, 2-week camp (for ages 14-17) will cover all aspects of digital video production, from initial concept to finished movie. Students will learn about pre-production planning, storyboarding, cameras, lighting, sound, shot composition, and computer editing, and will work collaboratively on group projects.

Tuition (Members): 
$480
Tuition (Non-members): 
$495
Class Duration: 
2 weeks (Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm)

Joe 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, an organization that produces educational arts projects that unite professional artists with elementary-aged students in close creative collaboration. He is also the co-founder of The Underground Multiplex, a community-arts organization based in Chicago that creates interactive movie events and locally produced movies, music, and web shows.