WINTER 8 WEEK FILM SCHOOL - ENROLL TODAY - SPACE IS LIMITED!
Lakewood Young Filmmakers Academy is a comprehensive film studies program specifically designed for kids and teens ages 10-17. Movies are an important part of our lives and more and more kids are becoming interested in how they are made. LYFA's eight week program is designed to give your child a crash course in how to create professional movies from start to finish. From screenwriting to lighting and sound, to camera work to editing, LYFA's award winning instructors will guide your child through the creative process and onto a journey of artistic expression using the cinematic arts.
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LYFA's 8 Week Film School covers the following topics...
FILM HISTORY APPRECIATION
Making movies is fun! But like any other area of study, you need to know the history of the subject before you can be an expert yourself. LYFA’s Intro to Film is designed to provide students with an overview of film history and the skills necessary to analyze and critique film. Students will learn about film theory, aesthetics, genres, and basic film criticism. Students will analyze film through an examination of cinematography, editing, acting, scenes, and sound to allow students to view films critically. The class is a fun way to introduce the young filmmaker to the medium.
WEEKS TWO AND THREE
The first step of any great movie is a great script. Writing for the screen is a different skill set than other forms of writing, and this class will focus on how to structure a great story within that format. Focuses will include how to craft a compelling plot/story/theme, how to properly format a script by industry standards, and how to use language in a script that conveys your ideas to a director, producer, or cinematographer. Your journey to becoming a screenwriter starts here.
WEEKS FOUR, FIVE AND SIX
DIRECTING AND CINEMATOGRAPHY
Lights, camera, action! This introductory course will focus on the responsibilities and workflow of the film and television director, from pre-production through post-production. Students will use cameras, learn about casting, editing, lighting and other responsibilities of a director.
WEEKS SEVEN AND EIGHT
When the director yells cut for the last time and shooting has wrapped, some say the real work begins. Every great movie is only as good as its editor. This part of the course will teach the basics of video editing using state of the art software. From learning the software, the lingo, the basic concepts of editing to, adding music, special effects and filters, your child will learn how to take raw footage and turn it into a cinematic masterpiece ready for YouTube or the big screen.
When and where are classes held?
Beginning October 29 through December 17 classes will be held every Tuesday night from 6pm-8pm in our Lakewood studio located at 15022 Madison Avenue.
How much do classes cost?
Classes are $225.00 per child for the 8 week program. The cost of the class includes the coursework, access to state of the art equipment and software as well as all other supplies and materials. Your child need only show up with their passion and creativity. Inspiration from our award winning instructors is included at no extra charge.
Click the link below to register your child for the 8 Week Film School. If you would like to register using cash or check please contact our office directly so arrangements can be made. Thank You!
Enrollment: Includes a spot in the class, access to state of the art filmmaking gear and award winning industry professionals. $225.00
*** By enrolling you understand and agree that you are holding a spot and tuition for this class is nonrefundable. If you must cancel your enrollment, we may offer you a credit to your account if you cancel before the 24 hours before the first class. You may use these credits towards any future classes, workshops or camps. However, if you do not cancel prior to the 24 hours, you will forfeit the payment for the class.