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Silent Filmmaking

Silent Filmmaking Co-presented with Regional Education Television Network (RETN)

  • Ages 11-14 • M-F July 22-26 • 8:30am-3:00pm • Instructor: Elisa Van Duyne, Ross Ransom, & Anna Steeley • $350

  • Held at the Regional Education Television Network studios

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  • Please note: Online registration requires payment in full. To pay a 50% deposit, or to request a scholarship or payment plan, please fill out This online form or call 802-652-4537.

  • Limit: 12

Call all budding filmmakers! Learn the elements of silent moviemaking, including performing, storyboarding, scripting, filming with iPads, and editing with iMovie. Special sessions with Performing Artist Elisa Van Duyne will prepare campers for their on-camera debut. Working in small groups, campers will create their own short movies that can be shared with their friends and family!

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ELISA VAN DUYNE has been seen on Broadway (“42nd Street”, “Finians Rainbow”, “110 In The Shade” and “ Beauty and the Beast”) and regional theaters throughout the country, as well as on television in the Late Show With David Letterman, Good Morning America, the TONY Awards, and Person of Interest. Her choreography includes “The Who’s Tommy” and “Guys and Dolls” at Alpine Theatre Project, “Oklahoma” at Seton Hall University and “Thoroughly Modern Milly” at Ocean Professional Theater Company, to name a few. As a teaching artist, she has been on faculty at American Musical and Dramatic Academy (NYC Campus), Paper Mill Playhouse and NJPAC, and taught classes at STEPS, BDC and CAP21. She is pleased to be joining the faculty at the Flynn Center for Performing Arts.

ROSS RANSOM is the Education Coordinator for RETN at the Media Factory. He first started producing video while in school in New York. Ross' passion for teaching community media was solidified during a senior-year internship with RETN. Ross strives to help the community tell their stories by making it simple and fun to learn videomaking.

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