Did you know that Hot Docs is offering a free Doc Camp for youth, ages 14 to 18, to learn about documentary filmmaking this summer in August?
Doc Camp will be a week-long introduction to documentary filmmaking with hands-on creativity and lively interaction.
For free viewing on the Doc Library of films from Doc Camp, please click on the following highlighted and underlined text:
Doc Camp films 2009 featured the following guest speakers:
- Two-Time Emmy Award Winning Film and Television Producer Director (with more than 300 films to his credit)
- Television Editor and Emerging Documentarian (for television stations, production houses and multimedia companies in Canada and the UK)
Doc Camp films 2009:
Here is Hot Docs’ info about the Doc Camp:
No experience necessary and
it’s absolutely FREE!
“Offering youth a dynamic combination of hands-on creativity and lively interaction, Doc Camp participants will learn how to plan, shoot and edit their own short doc while also taking part in exclusive sessions with special guest speakers, including some of Canada’s leading documentarians.
Whether you’re a burgeoning director or just looking for a creative way to express yourself, Hot Docs’ Doc Camp is a unique summer experience not to be missed!
Doc Camp 2011
Doc Camp takes place in August at the George Brown School of Design in downtown Toronto. Details on eligibility and submissions will be available in spring 2011.”
Doc Camp is generously supported by The Ontario Trillium Foundation, Canada Council, the Hal Jackman Foundation, the Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation, and George Brown College School of Design. Special thanks to the Indigenous Culture and Media Innovations.
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
110 Spadina Avenue, Suite 333
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 2K4
Tel: (1) 416-203-2155
Fax: (1) 416-203-0446
Happy Campers Enjoy!