Young Filmmakers Workshop Masters II Class 2013
480 Minute Running Time
For students who have completed the Masters I Workshop and are looking for a deeper experience. It will feature 5 days of Master instruction from professionals in distinct study areas: acting, directing, screenwriting, production design, and post-production. Students then form a production group and spend the remainder of the workshop producing a short film. This course allows teens to explore their desired area of expertise via in-depth instruction and make choices about their career path in the film industry.
When & Where:
July 29-August 9, 9:00am-3:00pm on weekdays
Held at Denver School of the Arts (7111 E. Montview Boulevard, Denver, CO 80220)
Tuition for the Masters II Workshop is $800, OR enroll before May 3rd to
receive a 10% discount ($720 tuition). There is also an additional $200 discount if you enroll in 2 or more workshops.
CLICK HERE to download and complete the Registration Packet.
Scholarships are Available:
Reflecting our mission of bringing film to diverse communities, Denver Film Society offers full-tuition or partial-tuition scholarships for deserving youth with significant financial need to attend the Young Filmmakers Workshops. CLICK HERE to download the Registration Packet and Scholarship Application!
Completed scholarship applications are due by Friday, May 3rd and recipients will be notified by May 20th.
Monday, April 1st, 5:30-7:00pm
Tuesday, April 30th, 5:30-7:00pm
Join us at our year-round home, the SIE FilmCenter (2510 East Colfax), to meet Master Instructor Scott Kinnamon, chat with previous students, watch student films, and get your questions answered. We’ll provide some complimentary burritos, sodas, and plenty of popcorn. You can also join us for a free film screening during our 7pm hour showtimes.
Parking is free in the structure located above the theater (corner of Colfax & Columbine). The FilmCenter is also easily accessible by RTD if you take the 15 to York St. and walk East two blocks.
Have any additional questions/concerns? Email Charles Powell at