Film News: Chicago’s FACETS In-Person & Virtual Film Camps, June 23 to Aug 27, 2021

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CHICAGO – It’s summer camp time, and what better destination for budding cinephiles then Film Camp! FACETS cinema a variety of film classes both in-person. virtual/online and hybrids for children/teens from ages eight to 17. For more information and tuition fees, click here.

Classes offered include Editing 101, Digital Animation, Storytelling with Scratch Animation, Advanced Storytelling with Scratch Animation, Advanced Editing, Zoom Filmmaking, Fun with Foley: Sound Effects & Design, and FACETS’ flagship camp, Film 101. Camps will take place online, as hybrids, and in-person, the latter at FACETS, located at 1517 W. Fullerton Avenue in Chicago. For all the camps, space will be limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. 

FACETS Summer Film Camp, June 23rd through August 27th, 2021
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FACETS is dedicated to creating platforms for thought-provoking films, important conversations, and community-driven education A landmark destination for generations of cinephiles, FACETS inspires audiences to actively engage with film, not simply as entertainment, but as a tool to bridge cultural divides, promote digital literacy skills, and expand perspectives through empathy-driven storytelling FACETS presents the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival (CICFF), one of two Oscar-qualifying children’s film festival in the world.

Here is a FACETS Film Camp Overview …

For more information on FACETS, click FACETS also has tickets available for their ADIFF Festival, exploring the full humanity and range of the Black and Indigenous experience, beginning June 18th. Click here for details and tickets. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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