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.