SFFILM Education’s Youth Filmmaker Camp is an intensive summer program for teens ages 14–18 to learn from world-class film professionals in a fun, interactive, and collaborative environment. The program is broken up into two experience levels: the Starter Lab, which is for beginner students looking to learn the basics of filmmaking and enhance their storytelling skills; and the Advanced Lab, which is for students who want to build upon their existing skills. All students dive deep into the filmmaking process by learning about screenwriting, storyboarding, production, cinematography, sound, editing, and much more.
July 11–22, 2022
9 am–4 pm
July 25–August 5, 2022
9 am–4 pm
University of San Francisco
Want to make a positive impact on the next generation of storytellers? You can help SFFILM Education serve students in need by making a fully tax-deductible gift in support of Youth Filmmakers Camp Scholarship Assistance.
For questions about enrollment or scholarship applications please contact SFFILM Education Manager Soph Schultz Rocha at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
We want to make it possible for anyone to attend this camp. Both scholarships include the cost of the camp only. Scholarships will be awarded based on merit and availability of space in both the Beginner and Advanced Labs. Please complete the scholarship application linked here.
Your safety is our top priority. Masks must be worn when camp attendees are indoors. We are monitoring city public health guidelines and recommendations regarding COVID-19 and may update safety protocols as needed leading up to the screening. We require proof of “up-to-date” vaccination and a photo ID before camp starts.
- For patrons 12-17 “up-to-date” means receiving a booster of Pfizer five months after completing the initial series of vaccines.
- For patrons 17 and over “up-to-date” means receiving a booster five months after completing the initial doses of Pfizer or Moderna or two months after receiving the Johnson and Johnson dose.
For questions regarding Accessibility for this camp, please contact SFFILM’s Education Manager Soph Schultz Rocha at firstname.lastname@example.org.