SUMMER TEEN MEDIA CAMP 2013
SPRING MEDIA CAMP 2013
MARCH 7 - MAY 30, 2013 Inquire at 510.843.3699
SUMMER MEDIA CAMP 2013
JULY 8 - 26. 2013
Now in it's 26th Year!
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Summer Teen Media Camp
SummerTeen Media Camp 2010 pics
TEEN MEDIA CAMP 2009 PICS
Cassie Fox-Mount shoots an interview at Summer Media Camp 2009 - EBMC
Ian Billings, Forrest Cornwell & Miles Blanpied block a shot
Paul Kealoha Blake directs 2009 Campers group on interview techniques
Summer 2009 Media Camper's Group
LA Wood, Berkeley Activist, is interviewed by Taylor Weller, Elsa Givan and Ian Billings at EBMC's Studios - July 17, 2009
2004 Campers Colin, Patrick and Kevin
Summer Teen Media Camp
July 9-27, 2012 . Ages 13 - 17
The East Bay Media Center has conducted workshops and provided training in television production for well over two decades. EBMC's pioneering Teen Media Camp established in 1987 is the countries first media training program for teens. This summer, the experienced staff is again offering EBMC's exciting program for students ages 13 to 17. The program will be held Monday through Friday from 10:15 A.M. to 2:15 P.M. at the East Bay Media Center's new facilities in the Downtown Arts District in Berkeley, CA.
Learn scripting, production, editing & graphics
In this program, students will be guided through the Digital creation of a collaborative video project. They will move from scripting to production and finally to editing in our studios.
Week One: creative thinking. Students will work cooperatively in "brainstorming sessions" where script ideas will be discussed and developed. After studying standard script formats and looking at finished scripts, students will then begin the process of scripting and creating storyboards for their selected project ideas.
Week Two: the production phase. Students will learn the skills needed to use the professional digital video equipment provided. We will carefully go over technical aspects of digital camcorders, microphones, lighting, and production procedures. Students will work as a team, and each member will have the opportunity to experience the different roles that are needed to complete a video project. We will view and discuss each day's work and examine the techniques and methods used by successful filmmakers, both past and present, to further our understanding of the medium.
Week Three: post-production. Using the scripts and storyboards as a guide, students will begin to learn the final process of bringing their project to completion. Students will be taught the fundamentals of digital video editing on Mac computers and will learn to integrate computer graphics and digital effects. The process will include working with digital editing systems, digital video cameras, and digital effects creation on our digital editing systems. Using these tools, students will have the opportunity to bring their unique vision to life.