Who says you can’t work on a professional film while in high school?
Join us for an immersive experience working on the crew of a short horror film alongside professional filmmakers and actors! While at the Horror High Film Camp, campers are introduced to the process for the preparation of a major shoot. They will learn the ins and outs of creating a short film. Once production begins, campers will serve as integral parts of of the production. This will give campers experience in camera, lighting, sound, and art departments. They will also have the opportunity to work with professional actors, crews, and special effects makeup artists!
For more information and to register, visit www.edufilmfest.org/horror-high.
When: August 9th -13th 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Where: IPR Edina Studios. 4545 West 77th Street, Edina, MN 55435
What: A fully emergent experience working on the crew of a short horror film alongside professional filmmakers and actors.
Cost: The cost to attend the camp is $500. This includes 5 days of camp, lunch, and snacks on production days. A non refundable $100 deposit is required upon enrollment with the balance due July 15.
Q. What ages is this camp appropriate for?
A. High school age students 14-19 in grades 9-12 (including 2019 high school grads).
Q. Is lunch provided?
A: Campers should pack a lunch for days 1 and 2, but lunch will be provided for campers, crew, and actors on production days.
Q. How much does the camp cost?
A: $500 includes five days of camp, lunch and snacks on production days, and July 19th screening for friends and family.
Q. Can I make partial payments
A: A non refundable $100 deposit is required upon enrollment with the balance of the fee due June 17.
Q. Do participants need to wear masks?
A: Covid-19 protocols will be strictly enforced. All crew members and actors will be required to be vaccinated. All unvaccinated minors will be required to wear masks and maintain current safety protocols.