Video Production Camp, Ages 12-19
Monday, July 9th - Friday, July 13 ~ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
This week-long course introduces students to the essential elements of filmmaking. With focus on how to prepare a script in preproduction to learning basic lighting and cinematography skills in production, students will have hands-on experience transforming their ideas into a short film.
Tuition: $200 | Register via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 360.221.8707
Tuition due on or before the first day of class. Payment Plans Available
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Ty Molbak is an actor and director raised in New Orleans and based out of New York City. Acting credits include: Richard II & Henry IV Pt. I (Shakespeare’s Globe), Gloria, The Emperor of the Moon, and The Cider House Rules: Part Two (Rutgers Theater Company). Directing credits include: Deserve (Music Video - Round Room Image), Something Yellow (Short Film - acquired by IndieFlix), Sam Shepard Memorial Project (supported by OutCast Productions), and Mary Poppins (Whidbey Children’s Theatre). Before theater and film, Ty studied ballet for six years and has danced lead roles with the New Orleans Ballet Theater, Whidbey Island Dance Theater (Clinton, Washington), and South Bay Ballet (Torrance, CA). Ty is currently pursuing his BFA in acting at Mason Gross School of the Arts - Rutgers University. He previously studied film production at Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television.