This is your young person’s chance to join fellow storytellers for an immersive dive into the world of filmmaking. During each week of camp students will gain valuable hands-on experience using state-of-the-art equipment, while collaborating with each other and switching roles to craft short films.
DOES YOUR TEENAGER DREAM OF BECOMING A FILMMAKER?
July 10 – 14, 2023
Craft individual fairytale stories using Stop Motion: Pixilation, Cut Out Animation, Object Motion, Claymation, and 2D Computer Generated Imagery.
July 24 – 28; July 31 – August 4, 2023
A collaboration between Aspen Film, the Art Base, and the Roaring Fork Rock and Roll Academy. Film students will create a music documentary that follows their peers who are enrolled in the academy.
Film Camp is an opportunity for teens to learn to express themselves, as well as to experience what it’s like to be part of a creative team. Each camper is involved in every step of the process, from operating the camera, to manning the mic boom to editing the final cut.
Aspen Film partners with the Colorado Film School to provide experienced educators to teach our camps. Our staff to camper ratio is under 1:5 to ensure each camper gets individual attention. Our goal is to ensure your teen is safe, learns new skills and above all, has fun!
Aspen is a small town with vibrant culture and a fascinating history. As part of Film Camp, we aim to inspire young people and give them an opportunity to get to know the town from a new perspective.
Matt is a Denver-based filmmaker who believes in the positive impact of quality original work. Specializing in post-production, Matt’s work has aired on Rocky Mountain PBS numerous times. Focused on fulfilling his clients’ creative vision, he has collaborated with the National Governors Association, Colorado Office of Economic Development and the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. Matt also serves as a post production instructor at the Colorado Film School, which has been nationally recognized as one of the top film programs in the country.
Aaron is an accomplished cinematographer and documentarian. He has a deep passion for filmmaking and enjoys exploring humanity with his craft. Aaron has extensive technical knowledge when it comes to the camera and lighting departments, including industry-standard video packages by RED, Sony, Panasonic, and ARRI. Despite this technical foundation, Aaron’s approach has always been rooted in story and character development. Over the years, Aaron has had the opportunity to work on numerous documentary projects as well as several broadcast specials and commercial spots. Beyond his freelance work, Aaron also plays a key role at the Colorado Film School as an instructor and equipment room manager. His courses include 16mm|HD Production and LGBTQ Voices and Representation in Film.