Mac Cinematic Arts Camps are script to screen camps. Campers learn the skills needed to make their own short films.
After retiring from the industry, Ken Rogers has been teaching the award winning Cinematic Arts program at McCallum High School and Fine Arts Academy for 15 years.
Students will write, direct, shoot, and edit, their own 3-5 minute short film using the same professional equipment and software that high end professionals working on feature films and television shows use.
This camp was designed as an introduction for students contemplating a longer-term education in filmmaking or a career in the entertainment industry
The pace of this camp is feverish, and each student will complete a short project to be screened at the conclusion of the camp.
Students will have the opportunity to write, direct, shoot and edit in a hands-on environment.
Days 1 & 2: Intensive study in RED cinematography, lighting, screenwriting, and directing.
Days 3 & 8: Students shoot their individual films rotating among crew positions for each others? projects.
Day 9 & 10: Post production
Snacks and beverages will be provided during the day. Lunch is not provided and students are required to bring a sack lunch for lunch break.