Click below to register your 9th -12th grader


 

The 2017 Fall Session is now open for registration!

Attention young filmmakers in 9th-12th grades  register now for a week long filmmakers camp with local professional actress and award nominated short filmmaker Dija Henry. Students will spend one week learning how to create their own short films as well as develop the highly sought after skills in creativity, collaboration and leadership.

To encourage entrepreneurship, our students will get producer credits on the final film and earn royalties for sales of the films at our Movie Premiere Night.

When:
Classes will begin Monday October 16th and end on Friday October 20th from 9am - 3pm. Camp will close by highlighting the student’s work with a Movie Premiere Night for our young filmmakers to celebrate their hard work!

Where:
Launch Fishers, 12175 Visionary Way, Fishers, IN 46038

Important Reminder:

Please make sure that your child brings their own lunch. Snacks will be provided.


Wondering if this class right for my child?

If you're child has expressed an interest in learning more about video and filmmaking but hasn't had a chance to learn the basics, this class is for them! Not only will we work on fundamental story telling and production skills but also developing their creativity, collaboration and goal setting skills.

 

Our Mission

Welcome to the Young Filmmakers Collective! Our mission is to help young people ages 10-18 develop creativity, confidence and collaboration skills through filmmaking. We believe everyone has a story to tell and a message to share no matter what their age. Your story matters. 

 

Our Goals

The career landscape is rapidly changing and media is changing right along with it. Today the skills that are most valuable in our job market are creativity and engaging communication. Our goal is to teach young people the basics of film production to create a 5-7 minute short film that will be premiered at the end of each session. We want to help our young filmmakers experience the fun (and hard work) associated with taking an idea from vision to reality.


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Our young filmmakers learn how to work their creative muscles as well as work through obstacles. Creativity is a highly sought after skill in today's world and is essential for effectively communicating messages and creating innovation.

We know the importance of working in teams to achieve a goal. Developing good interpersonal skills and communication is vital to having an engaging and high quality life. Collaboration is key in filmmaking.

Producing a film takes fortitude, organization and goal setting skills. Learning how to take an idea from -just an idea - to a reality through a step by step process is an invaluable life skill. We want to see our students soar in this area. 

confidence

Being challenged and empowered to accomplish goals and communicate ideas builds the right kind of confidence. True confidence helps young people develop self - esteem, thrive in daily life and be brave enough to make the right choices.


Requirements/Equipment

We will require that students come with a willingness to learn and focus time in  learning how to produce a film. We will provide the basic tools of to create a film such as a Samsung DSLR camera and mac laptops to edit on. We focus more on the process of production than cinematography and acting techniques although the basics will be covered. Once you've mastered the skills of actually getting an idea created, finished and presented it's much easier to dive deeper into all aspects of filmmaking. This is a great class for students to learn about the different parts of filmmaking and get a feel for which part brings out their strengths and talent.