About the Program
What is it?
An eight-week film class. Teens will work on designing, filming,
and editing their own music videos. They may work individually or in
groups of two or three. We will screen all work at the end of the
program and friends and family will be invited to attend.
When is it?
Thursdays, beginning June 19 and ending on August 7. The program
will run 2-4 PM. Because of other programs that day, we will be
enforcing a strict start and end time.
Who should attend?
Any teen between the ages of 13-19 with an interest in film should sign
up! Because we'll be making music videos this summer, this is a great
program for BOTH beginners and advanced teen filmmakers. Teens will be
able to make their videos as easy or as complicated as they like. You
will also be allowed to make videos based on pre-existing source footage
(i.e. anime, movies, etc.).
Who will be running it?
Melissa has a B.A. in Television, Radio, Film from Syracuse University
and will be in charge of running the class.
If I want to attend, what should I do?
Get a registration form at the library's front desk or download one
here. Fill it out and return it to Western Carteret Library's front
desk no later than June 12!
How much does this class cost?
It's 100% FREE.