summer camp at bluewhitetv

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Do you want to be a film maker, have an interest in video production or think you might enjoy a career in the field of digital media?


Join professional film makers, writers, producers, and directors for this two week film school summer camp in State College, PA. 

For aspiring film makers entering grades 10-12. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!

• Learn from people who are working professionals in the field of film and video production. 
• Our instructors are experienced film makers and have won EMMY, Telly, and numerous other awards for their work. 
• The camp is taught by professionals who will help define the digital media industry and its real world opportunities.

Green Light Media Camp will run two sessions from July 16 - 27, 2018. Choose to attend in the morning or the afternoon. Each day, Monday through Friday is 3 hours long and includes instruction, discussion and hands-on experience in all areas of film / video / and digital media production including:
• Writing  • Directing  • Producing  • Editing  • Cinematography
• The realities of being a film made a movie, now what?
• Career opportunities in video production and digital media
• Exploring the options and advantages (or disadvantages) of a college education in film

Green Light Media Camp is operated by BlueWhiteTV, a local film, video, and digital media agency. Our instructors have more than 20 years experience in creating feature films, documentaries and all forms of educational video content.

The camp is run by Eric Porterfield, a 1983 graduate of Yale University who has worked in the film and video business for more than 30 years. His work has garnered recognition and awards from The Academy of Arts and Sciences, the EMMYs, the CLIO Awards and numerous Telly Awards.  From his advertising days in Chicago to his work both in front of and behind the camera, Eric's industry knowledge is rooted in industry experience.  This experience will be shared with camp attendees in a way that is creatively stimulating while also outlining how the film and broadcast fields operate in the real world.  Eric is a long-time State College resident whose father served as Dean of Arts and Architecture at Penn State for more than 16 years.  His principle objective in starting a summer program with his wife and business partner, Kelly is to bring a more well-rounded and industry-knowledgeable perspective to young people with an aptitude and interest in the visual arts.

Participants must have completed 9th grade and be entering either 10, 11, or 12th grade in the fall. Each session is limited to 20 participants. Camp will be held at the BlueWhiteTV studio in State College. This is a day camp and no meals, transportation or overnight accommodations will be provided.

Register before March 14 and take $70.00 of regular registration price. Space is very limited, register early!