Filmmaking Camp Application

Dates: June 26 – June 30
Time: 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: CLOUD901 Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library 3030 Poplar Avenue
Who: Ages 13-18
Camp Coordinators: Chloe Elaine and Amanda Willoughby

For the future film directors! CLOUD901 Teen Learning Lab Filmmaking Camp is a crash course in different techniques of filmmaking. Filmmaking takes a team, and students will learn about crew roles and on-set etiquette. During this camp, students will create short films based on the concepts covered and the creativity inspired! Lunch will be provided.

Must be 13-18 by start of camp

Additional Information for the CLOUD901 Teen Learning Lab Filmmaking Camp

The CLOUD901 Filmmaking camp is a curriculum-based arts program that will be instructed by professional filmmakers, photographers and artist. This program is free to students who are accepted into the program. Lunch will be provided. All camp staff have been background checked and have extensive experience working with youth from all backgrounds.

Photo and Video Release:

By selecting "yes" you agree that the participant of the camp can be filmed and photographed for grant compliance, and you give the Memphis Public Library & Information Center permission and rights to use the camp participant’s image(s) and / or voice(s) for broadcast on WYPL–TV 18 and WYPL Radio, photographic image, or written submissions in Memphis Public Library’s publications, social media, and displays. This release is made without charge to the Memphis Public Library & Information Center now or in the future, and it entails no obligations, legal or otherwise, on the part of Memphis Public Libraries or its broadcast services.

Camp Guidelines

Guidelines Include:

  1. Students must be signed-in each day that they attend camp.
  2. Students must dress in closed toe shoes and clothes that may get stained or messy
  3. Lunch will be provided. Youth can bring their own food as well as we understand a participant may have other dietary restrictions.
  4. Students will be under the supervision of artists and program coordinators. They will be allowed to leave once an approved parent/guardian has picked them up.
  5. Students will be asked to follow directions, and be courteous and respectful to teachers, assistants and fellow campers.
  6. Students should always get the teacher’s permission before using supplies and equipment.
  7. Students should always pick up after themselves and put away supplies and equipment when they are done with them.
  8. Never touch another camper’s artwork without his or her permission.
  9. Students should always wait their turn when using supplies and equipment or taking part in activities.
  10. Students should always do their best.