Summer Film Camps
To sign up for one of our Summer Film Camps click below on the camp you want to attend, fill out the form, and then pay the registration fee. All fees must be paid in advance to reserve a space for your student. Enrollment is first-come, first-serve and space is limited.
Learn to direct and perform for music videos. Open to those who have completed grades 3-8. Held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street.
Use your comedic chops to write and star in a short comedy film. Open to those who have completed grades 6-12. Held 1-5 p.m. daily at Bossier Arts Council, 630 Barksdale Boulevard in Bossier City.
Love Harry Potter? This is the camp for you! Create your own wizarding film and cast a spell of movie magic. Open to those who have completed grades 3-12. Held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street.
Teen Film Council
RFC's Teen Film Council offers students in grades 10-12 an in-depth study of cinema. This year's program runs through April 2016, with the group meeting Mondays from 4:15-6:15 p.m. Students will produce and debut short films that answers the same question: “How do minority voices inspire social change?”
The Teen Film Council’s goals are to a) explore film history; b) co-program a film series; c) attend a variety of arts offerings in the Shreveport/Bossier community; d) develop filmmaking skills; and e) learn to create, lead and speak as a team of artists.
Sponsored by the Community Foundation of North Louisiana.
Multimedia talks ($5 per student): An RFC staff member presents a multimedia talk on an era, genre or theme of film history. Each talk is tailored to make connections between popular culture and film, history and film, Broadway and film, and even literature and film. The talk lasts 60 to 90 minutes. Talks include “The Movie Musical,” “Film Pioneers: Innovations of Sound and Color in Early Cinema,” and “Fairy Tales on Film.”
The Novel Experience ($10 per student): During this 90-minute interactive video-making workshop, students adapt a novel’s chapter into a short film. Led by an RFC staff member, students compare and contrast literary and cinematic terms, study how a narrative or dramatic story gets adapted into a one-page screenplay, collaboratively produce a short film and review the final edited short film. Click here for a list of “The Novel Experience” titles.
Buffet lunch may be added to the field trip for $9 a person.