SMU Hosts Pair of Teen Filmmaking Camps

With improved access to technology and lower costs, it’s becoming easier these days for our most creative young minds to bring their filmmaking aspirations to fruition.

So if you’re a teenager with Oscar-sized dreams behind the camera, or know someone who is, the Dallas Film Society is hosting a pair of three-day workshops this month in conjunction with SMU ‘s Meadows School of the Arts that will teach the basics in a hands-on setting.

Production Boot Camp is set for July 8-10, while What Makes a Good Documentary will be held July 13-15. Both are for students ages 14-18, and will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day in the Umphrey Lee Center on the SMU campus.

Cost is $275 for one workshop and $475 for both, with discounts for DFS members. All campers will get a T-shirt. Space is limited, so go here for more information.

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