There is a non-refundable $25 deposit to register for all Day Camps.

Film Production – C.A.V.E. Camp 

In this hands-on workshop using state of the art digital equipment and facilities of the McCallie C.A.V.E., students will conceive and produce short dramatic films working in small teams. Each day will be devoted to a different aspect of filmmaking: writing, planning, shooting, editing and finishing. At the end of the week, there will be a world premiere screening with families invited to attend in our 4K 7.1 surround sound theater.
CAVE film producation

McCallie’s new Center for Animation, Video and Entertainment (CAVE) is an unparalleled resource for boys with an interest in video production, editing, sound design and more. With a fully-equipped cyclorama studio, edit and color grading suite, audio recording facility and high-end computers, McCallie campers can push their creative energies to the limit.

Boys and girls, Rising 5th – 9th
min. 6 students
max. 14 students

Daily Schedule:

9:00 AM Work in CAVE begins for the day
12:00 PM Lunch
12:30 PM Work in CAVE
3:00 PM Day campers depart for the day

WHAT TO BRING:

Cell phones YES as these are useful in our Film Camp
rain coat
hat
comfortable shoes
sunscreen
water bottle

2020 Dates:
June 1 – 5
June 22 – 26 Day Camp AND Boarding Camp!  (Boarding is boys only)
July 13 – 17
July 27 – 31

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Drop Off/Pick Up location: Chapel parking lot
NO SWIMMING, NO AFTER CARE

min. 6 students
max. 15 students
$450 per session (Early Bird Discount $425 before March 1)

Taught by a veteran award-winning filmmaker and film educator, McCallie’s Dave Porfiri, this workshop will expose students to the nuts and bolts of the filmmaking process while challenging them to think like visual storytellers.

Dave Porfiri Bio: B.S. University of Miami, M.F.A. University of Southern California
Fun fact: I started making little films at the same age as many of my campers. Back then there was no internet and no You Tube. I mowed lawns to save money to buy a Super-8 movie camera. The film cost about $20 for three minutes and you had to send it off to get it processed and returned in the mail. Personal computers were in their infancy then and there were no video editing applications. All editing had to be done by physically cutting and splicing the film together. I still have all those films in a shoebox. One of my films starred a classmate who would grow up to become the drummer for the rock band the Goo Goo Dolls.
I have been at McCallie for 4 years teaching hands-on film production classes,  a film appreciation class and an after school advanced filmmaking workshop.

Please let us know if your plans change and your child will not be attending camp so we can give the spot to another child.

Please pay by credit card or check before camp begins. A non-refundable $25 registration fee is included in the deposit. (This registration fee applies to the camp fee.) The remaining balance is due and will be charged to your method of payment 10 days before the session begins.

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