Jr. Adventures in Acting & Filmmaking
Afternoon Session

Film. Edit. Inspire.

Bring your story to life as you learn how to shoot and edit movies and express yourself through acting, while exploring different filmmaking techniques. Work with classmates as part of a production team to develop a story idea and capture exciting movie footage with dynamic camera angles using Apple® iPad®. Then add drama to your movie by adding music and unique audio and visual effects using Apple® iMovie®. Screen your original movie at the end of the week in a small film-festival-like atmosphere and leave camp with all the tools you need to bring your stories to the screen. Find this camp near you >>

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Course Details

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Program Info

Ages: 6 – 8
Hours: 1:30pm – 5pm
Tuition: $399
One-Week

Hardware + Software

Apple iPad
Apple iMovie

Learning Outcomes

You’ll learn the movie-making process and discover filming and sound techniques.

What You Create

Each student will create an original story-based movie.

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Skills + Experience

Get ready for a fun and meaningful camp experience through project-based learning.

Film + Photography

DMA’s film courses teach students the moviemaking process, while using the highest quality Apple products. From pre-production storyboarding and scriptwriting to filming, all the way through post-production editing, the students are sure to make great friendships and great films all while sharpening their skills!

The Jr. Adventures Experience

Our Jr. Adventures program introduces our youngest campers, ages 6-8, to STEM fundamentals with the same project-based learning approach as our advanced learners.

With mix and match AM and PM sections, you can create a camp experience that works best with your schedule and that allows your child to explore multiple topics over a summer – or a day!

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Save $50 on all summer camps when you register using the code SPRING17. Hurry! Courses are filling fast and this offer ends March 31st.

 

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Find This Camp Near You

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Digital Media Academy helped me understand how movies are made!

Michael L.

Jr. Adventures in Filmmaking Student

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Camp Overview

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Sample Camp Day: Afternoon Session

1:30 pm Afternoon campers arrive for check-in
1:30 pm Hands-on tech instruction + creation
Learn + Understand
2:30 pm Afternoon break + Snack
Take a break from screen time to stretch, run, play + make new friends.
3:00 pm Start creating!
Apply what you’ve learned
4:00 pm Work together
Collaborate and create with other students
5:00 pm Pick-up for Afternoon campers
Learn + Understand

Tuition Includes

Google Apps email account + unlimited cloud storage
Personalized feedback + Project Achievement Report
Certificate of Completion
Digital Media Academy camp t-shirt
Personal Apple workstation for camp
 Low staff to student ratios

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The DMA Difference

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Top-Notch Staff

Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEM education.

Well-Balanced Experience

Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.

Project-Based Learning

Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, and fosters teamwork and collaboration.

Safety Matters

Our staff is First-Aid + CPR certified and have completed national background checks.

Frequently Asked Questions

My child wants to continue editing his/her film after camp. Do we get to keep the software?

Unfortunately, no. DMA obtains the rights to use the software on our workstations during camp weeks only. However, iMovie® comes pre-installed on most Macs. You may also purchase iMovie® from the Apple® App Store.

Will my student be working alone on his/her film?

Students work in production teams to make a movie, carrying out the jobs (like director, cameraperson, script supervisor) required on set. After filming, each student has the opportunity to edit their own version of the movie.

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