Film Camp


Program Description

July 8th to 12th

For students ages 13-17 interested in film and storytelling.  This week long intensive camp takes teen students through the production process of creating a narrative short film. Classes focus on fundamentals of visual storytelling and creativity. This approach welcomes students of varied experience and skill with media arts. The camp capacity is 16, however students work in smaller groups on their projects ensuring better teacher to student ratios and that all students are fully engaged with the project. Classes run from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with a lunch break around noon. Classes take place at the Filmpool office, 301-1821 Scarth St.

In just one week young filmmakers learn how to create stories visually, using a variety of film and video equipment. Participants shoot and edit all week long; trying out different crew positions and working together to create a bunch of amazing short films. At the end of the week the students invite family and friends to their cinematic debut on the big screen.

For more information please contact 306.757.8818 or [email protected]



Registration and payment can be made online below. Registration and payment must be received before the first day of classes. After we receive your registration expect to see an email with information on class details.




Terms & Conditions

100% refund up to 14 days before class begins. 50% refund within 14 days of the class start date. No refund after the first day of classes .

The Saskatchewan Filmpool reserves the right to cancel any program with insufficient enrolment. In such an event, full refunds will be provided.


About the Filmpool

This is the 14th year the Filmpool has been offering the summer film camp program! The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is a non-profit artist-run centre which supports and assists independent visionary film and video production in Saskatchewan. The Filmpool is committed to developing an awareness and appreciation of independent film which reflects the individual and collective cultural expression of Saskatchewan people.



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