Every summer, Motion Picture Institute hosts a high school summer film camp where High School students can received an in depth, hands on filmmaking training. The camp covers all aspects of filmmaking, from pre-production, production and post production. The finished film, which is created by the students themselves, is premiered at a film theater.
Below is the film that the first high school camp, which was held on July 18th-22nd, came up with. Titled The Usuals, the film is a surreal comedy about an insomniac in a diner. We have also provided the behind the scenes video, giving insight into the camp experience as well as the filmmakers' motivations.
We are very proud of our high school summer camp students and look forward to aiding in their filmmaking development!