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YOUTH FILM INDUSTRY BOOTCAMP

This course is suitable for ages 15 to 21.

With all the elements of our 3 weekend course, our Youth Film Industry Bootcamp will take you to set for one week and help you function like a pro. 


At the end of your Film Industry Bootcamp, you will know everything you need to know to walk on to any film set and function there like a pro. Whether your interest lies in carpentry, hair & makeup, set design or camera operations, we will prepare you with the knowledge and instinct essential to making your way around any production set. By taking this course, you will know the names, functions, and responsibilities of each role on the set, set etiquette and protocols, how to properly communicate over the walk talkies, on set safety issues, accounting procedures and paperwork, unions, resumes, interviews, and much more - what to do and not to do on your first day!

 

ABOUT THE COURSE

The Youth Film Industry Bootcamp will get you in shape for the film set! In order to be ready for any production set, you must first know the correct terminology, safety, and understand the role of every position on a film set. We will take you on an experience like no other by placing you on sets created for real productions. Be ready for any entry-level job by building intuition and confidence for any production situation. 

This course, taught by Kirk Manton, is an intensive week long course which will teach you the basics of working on a film set, which will have you ready for any role from PA to AD on a film set!

Funding options are available. This program will be offered in Summer 2022. Get in touch or register today!

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN AT THE FILM INDUSTRY BOOTCAMP?

  • Analyze each crew position and responsibility

  • Understanding how to breakdown a script into scenes

  • Scheduling & call sheets

  • Pre-production & production details

  • First day expectations for any film set

  • Set protocols

  • Walkie-talkie language and process

  • rules of Getting around the studio 

  • Set safety & competency 

  • knowing the Entertainment Industry Guilds & Unions rules

 
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ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE COURSE, YOU WILL BE ON YOUR WAY TO BEING QUALIFIED FOR THE FOLLOWING ROLES:

Entertainment Industry:


  • Set P.A.

  • Associate/Assistant Producer

  • Apprentice/Assistant Editor

  • Camera Operator/Assistant

  • Boom Operator/Sound Trainee

  • 1st/2nd AD


Multi-faceted positions:


  • Assistant to the Producer or Coordinator: Industrial, corporate, public sector, and streaming social

  • Broadcasting

  • Programmer researcher

  • Public relations

  • Runner

  • Writer

  • Theatrical positions