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Film Camp

Find a holiday Film Camp for your children 

Holiday Film Camps

Throughout the year we run a series of Film Camps for children aged between 8 and 11. Each Camp will focus on a specific theme, from animation to science fiction and even musicals. Camps vary in length and happen in a few different locations. Check out the listings below for specifics for each.

Summer Animation Camp

July 29th to August 2nd - Kingston School of Art

Over this week-long camp, children from years 3 to 6 will be making a 3 to 5 minute mixed media animated film. Our experienced staff will inspire, energise and facilitate all aspects of the filmmaking process including soundtrack, voice over, foley and of course the core animation techniques required to bring their characters to life. More details will be available in May.

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Summer Science Fiction

July 29th to August 2nd - Kensington Prep School

This summer, join us for a week making our very own Science Fiction film. You will work with the rest of the crew to  develop an original story before creating the storyboard, script and worlds we will be encountering. Characters and locations decided, you will plan, design and create the characters and sets before getting into the filming. The crew will then light, film and act in the production before spending our last day working on the sound, including: creating original foley and other sound effects as well as the soundtrack for the film to bring their story to life on screen.

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Summer Musical

July 29th to August 2nd - Richmond and Kingston

Join us at Thomson House School on Vernon Road in Richmond Upon Thames for a week of singing, acting, choreography and film production. The children will be working with some of the finest musical minds and film talent in the UK to create and produce their own original musical. We will spend the first three days in Richmond developing our idea, creating our storyboard, writing our songs and practicing the key numbers before heading to The Rose Theatre for the last two days to produce and film the final production.

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