We are no longer accepting applications for the Production Concentration. Space is limited for the Acting on Camera and Screenwriting Concentrations; applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
PRODUCTION – SCREENWRITING – ACTING ON CAMERA
SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH – SATURDAY, JULY 30TH, 2016 — $5,500
Current High School Junior and Sophomore Students Eligible to Apply
“Collaboration” and “Story” are the pillars that guide our curriculum, with an emphasis on film-“making”.
Our core labs provide a discipline specific foundation of elements that include:
“A good story well told”: Screenwriting students study fundamentals of storytelling and screenplay structure, gaining an understanding of the most important part of any film: the story. Built on a foundation of practical application and interdisciplinary collaboration, students are exposed to great works of cinema that inform and enrich their final productions.
The production concentration is intended to teach a wide range of practical strategies and tools available for creating film meaning, and to encourage creative approaches to production. Students are instructed in both technical and aesthetic aspects of film-making through hands-on exercises and short projects. All students learn in Northwestern editing Labs.
An intensive five-week course focused on tailoring performances to the screen, students learn how to analyze character, make strong performance choices, and basic production techniques.
5 WEEK PROGRAM COST $5,500 (INCLUDES ROOM AND BOARD)