FILMSTERS Academy Announces Summer Camps

| May 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Michael MooreFILMSTERS Academy is set to begin it’s 12th year this summer. Celebrating digital literacy and creativity through the art of filmmaking, this camp allows kids 11-20 years of age to pitch, write, produce, shoot, edit, and act in their own short films. This year, everyone will gather once again for film camp on the campus of Key School in Annapolis, MD. from July 27th through August 9th. There are three levels of instruction Beginners (11-15), Intermediates (13-16) and Advanced (16-20) to explore. Limited enrollment.

Led by award-winning filmmakers Patti O. White and K. Lee Anderson (www.filmsters.com), along with several young professional staff and industry guest instructors, “Film camp provides a collaborative, creative environment where kids can learn through hands-on experience the art of filmmaking,” says Co-founder K. Lee Anderson. “The program has an 85% return rate,” stated White and Anderson, Co-Creative Directors of the Annapolis Film Festival.

Graduates of FILMSTERS Academy have gotten into top film schools such us; NYU Tisch, Emerson College, University of Texas at Austin, Savannah College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Northwestern, Boston College, Ithaca, and Chapman University. “Many of our FILMSTERS Academy alumnae are now actively working in the business in NY and LA,” says White.

If you have a creative child who would like to explore the world of music, acting, screenwriting, cinematography, production design, film editing, producing and directing FILMSTERS Academy will be a wonderful experience to try out many aspects of visual storytelling.

Registration is available on our website along with over 80+ short films made by young people.

For more information visit www.filmstersacademy.com email us at [email protected] or call 410-263-3023 or via cellphone 410-353-8808.

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