WINTER FILM CAMP REGISTRATION:
Email ArtCamp504@gmail.com with camper’s name and age, parent name, and phone number. Pay using PayPal button below - contact us to pay by cash or check.
MEDIA AND CREATIVE STORYTELLING - Winter FILM Camp
In this six day workshop, students build their filmmaking and creative storytelling skills through conceptualizing and producing their own short film. Students work in small groups and each camper chooses a set job for the week. The students work together to write a script, build sets, props and costumes, design effects, rehearse, film and edit. We cover film theory, cinematography and production design in the first few days, and campers spend the majority of the workshop creating their film.
The majority of instruction takes place at the Tigermen Den, although students also have the option to film at nearby neighborhood locations. These include Markey Park, Clouet Gardens, Crescent Park, Pizza Delicious, shops and restaurants on Dauphine St, NOCCA gardens, and more. We bring the kids to Markey Park after lunch for break time - a two block walk from the Tigermen Den.
No film experience required. Great for kids interested in media arts, theater, acting, visual arts, costumes, crafting, storytelling, writing, performance. Camp film premiere is Friday, Jan 4th from 3-5pm.
DATES: Dec 26-28, Jan 2-4
TIME: 9am - 3pm, Aftercare available 3-5pm, $15/day or $75 for 6 days. Drop off begins 8:45 am.
ADDRESS: Tigermen Den, 3113 Royal Street, New Orleans
COST: $270 for 6 days
Scholarships available! Email us for more info on financial aid and sibling discounts.
Check out these short films and behind the scenes video from Summer, 2018!
LEAD TEACHER, FILM CAMP:
Pedro Lucero is an award-winning producer. For the last two decades, Pedro Lucero has been a part of the New Orleans film industry, working behind the scenes, in front of the camera, and carving out any kind of hustle to get movies made in the thriving city of New Orleans. Getting his start in the theater at an early age, Pedro learned quick timing and discovered an acute sense of what makes a scene move. This taste of acting gave him the fever for creating worlds, challenging norms and striving to see a multitude of projects get made. Pedro has taught film at different levels, from middle school to college, at Dillard University, Sci High, and 4.0 Schools Enriched. Pedro has also been an integral part of various film and music festivals across Louisiana, and even Austin, Texas. Having written, directed, and produced, Pedro’s work can be seen all across a swath of outlets including film, television, and the web.
WINTER CAMP SCHEDULE
9:00 - 9:30 Warm Up
9:30 - 11:30 Morning Workshop
11:30 - 12:00 Lunch
12:00 - 12:30 Break Time at Markey Park
12:30 - 2:30 Afternoon Workshop
2:30 - 3:00 Snack & Chill
DAY 1: Break into groups, choose jobs for the week, brainstorm, write script, make department checklists
DAY 2: Storyboard, create shot list and shooting schedule, choose costumes, build or source sets and props, decide locations
DAY 3: Finish sets, props, costumes, rehearse, film!
DAY 4: Film!
DAY 5: Film!
DAY 6: Edit, select music and sound effects, Film Premiere!
3113 Royal Street was built in the early 19th Century, with only a few fruit trees separating the scattered homes of the newly forming Bywater neighborhood. Originally built as a dry goods storehouse, today The Tigermen Den functions as a community arts and events space. At the corner of Royal and Clouet, the Den is home to international music workshops, artist exhibitions, pop up record shops and movie theaters, language classes, traditional fais do dos, and much, much more.
Our students have the option to film at the Tigermen Den OR walk to one of the many nearby locations to grab their shot - including Crescent Park, NOCCA gardens, Markey Park, Clouet Gardens, Pizza Delicious, and more!