Teen Documentary Film Camp Is Coming To Central Library
Posted on 6/11/2013
The Forsyth County Public Library in partnership with the Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University will again offer a Documentary Film Camp for teens, July 29th through August 2nd at the Central Library.
The camp will teach local teens the basics of documentary filmmaking including interview techniques, camera operation, lighting and editing. Participants will work in teams of two to produce a three to five minute film by the end of camp. A screening of finished films will take place in the Central Library Auditorium the following week.
Space is limited to ten teens and we can only accept one member per household or organization. Participants must be available and commit to participate in all five days of camp (from approximately 9 am until 5 pm each day). Commitment to the program must come from the teen and not just the parent. The camp is free and registration is on a first-come first-serve basis. To register and for full details e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.No phone calls please.
About this Project
The Documentary Film Program moved to Wake Forest University in the fall of 2010 and offers both MA and MFA degrees. “Documentary Film Camp for Teens” is one of the Library’s many youth and technology-oriented programs.