FierceFlix is a summer film camp open to gender minorities and girls ages 8-16. No experience is necessary and we supply all the video equipment! No student will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Over the course of a week, campers will work in groups to write, direct, shoot, and edit music videos for the bands at Girls Rock Asheville! The music videos will premiere at a public screening at the end of the camp. Each day, campers will attend video shoots, filmmaking instruction, workshops, and a mini-screening and Q&A with a filmmaker from a marginalized gender group. Throughout the week, campers are encouraged to work together, support each other, and foster one another’s unique creative abilities through positive reinforcement. Our workshops include screenwriting and storyboarding, cinematography, editing, optics and lights, gear 101, HERstory of filmmaking, gender in media, visual literacy, and more!
2018 Camp dates: June 25-29th
Tuition for the week of camp is $150 sliding scale. Campers are accepted on a first come/first served basis – if you’ve submitted an application, YOU’RE IN! We provide a free healthy lunch and snacks to campers throughout the week, as well as all the equipment they need to make their videos!
For more information, please email Charlotte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition can be paid by cash or check.
Mechanical Eye Microcinema
and make sure you include Fierce Flix & your camper’s name on the check
Mail your tuition to:
c/o Mechanical Eye Microcinema
37 E Larchmont Rd
Asheville, NC 28804