Summer Camp 2 Film: The Last Resorts

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. 

After receiving enough demand, we opened a second filmmaking camp on July 25th-29th. The students decided to go with a superhero theme featuring a reject team called The Last Resorts. Below is the film the students created as well as a behind the scenes look of the production and camp. 

We are very proud of our high school summer camp students and look forward to aiding in their filmmaking development!

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