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clemxensclemxens Registered User Posts: 72 Junior Member
edited January 2013 in Summer Programs
Summer Session| Filmmaking

Is anyone familiar with the University of North Carolina's School of the Art's high school summer program, specifically the filmmaking intensive?

As a current HS junior who wants to major in film production at either NYU, USC, Emerson, UNSCA, etc., would this be a worthwhile thing to do this summer? I've never been to a filmmaking camp, and I think it would be beneficial to my college application -- would it actually be?

I've filmed some short films before on my own, and I have several scripts unfilmed or that I'm currently writing. I don't want to go if the program is just basic camera tutorials, etc.

So, has anyone been/know anyone that's been? Thoughts? Opinions on going? Please and thanks!
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