Young Filmmakers Workshop Introductory Class
480 Minute Running Time
The Introductory Workshop is a two-week filmmaking program for aspiring filmmakers as well as students with strong interest in the art of filmmaking. Led by Denver professional Scott Kinnamon, students will learn and put to immediate use skills in film pre-production, scriptwriting, cinematography, and editing. All participants also help to produce a final project – a completed short film! The camp will culminate with a special end of session screening and celebration for filmmakers, friends, and family at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax.
When: June 27 – July 9*
Who: 12-19 year olds
Where: Denver Open Media, 700 Kalamanth St., Denver, CO
• Introduction to cinema and narrative
• Building stories and script-writing
• The basics of how to operate a camera, work with light, observe the world, and organize material
• Two days of shooting
• Theory and practice of film editing
• Scoring music
• Public premiere at the Denver Film Society!
To reserve your spot in the program, please complete the following application and pay online by clicking the showtime (9 AM) above. CLICK HERE for an application!
CLICK HERE for a scholarship application!
See what the DFS young filmmakers have to say about the YFW
The YFW also offers a Masters Class, a two-week, intensive filmmaking program for young filmmakers who already have experience in the process of filmmaking and new Animation Workshop!
*Class does not take place on weekends or on the July 4th government holiday.