Senior Director’s Seat
SENIOR DIRECTOR’S SEAT: 13-18 year olds
July 7-18th, 2014 – Monday to Friday, 9AM-3PM
Earn 4 high school credits through SelfDesign High (not Selkirk College)
Grade 10, 11, 12 participants who reside in BC AND who are registered with SelfDesign High
During the first week of this hands-on program participants pitch, script, direct, and produce their own short films using professional camera and sound gear. Once production is complete, the focus turns to editing, where participants learn advanced editing techniques using Final Cut Pro and create an original soundtrack using Soundtrack Pro. A short internship is made available during the second week for participants who would like to work alongside a professional filmmaker to gain experience on the set or in the field. An emphasis on collaboration, responsibility and critical thinking run through all aspects of this intensive two week program. Participants do not need any gear or equipment to participate.
$400 for participants going into Grade 10, 11 and 12 who reside in BC AND who are registered with SelfDesign High
$600 for all other participants. See Registration and Bursary below for more details. All camera equipment and editing software is provided. Participants may chose to bring their own camera to use.
HIGH SCHOOL PARTICIPANTS – READ THIS CAREFULLY
Those participants who want to earn high school credit must register for the course with SelfDesign High and through Selkirk College/Kootenay School for the Arts. Follow steps here:
- Step One – for participants that are new to SelfDesign High you must first enroll in the school (this does not effect your current school enrollment.) Visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HRuw5rWcfQNNTSbnl_AiTZCt__38VFqrf53jiewrHlA/viewform or call 250 354-1310 to enroll.
- Step Two – register for the film camp program. Enrollment at SelfDesign High is not the same as registering for a particular course, such as film camp.
- Step Three – Register for the film camp program through Selkirk College/Kootenay School of the Arts. Call the office at 352-2821 to ensure you are on the list for the program. They will also take your payment. If you have enrolled and registered with Self Design High your payment for the program will be $400. Please inform the administrative staff with whom you register that you have already contacted Self Design High.
To Register by phone: Call Selkirk College/Erin Potulicki at 250-352-2821 ext 0 (for reception) or 250-352-6601 ext 13299
To Register in person: Visit the Selkirk College/KSA office at 606 Victoria Street Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Parents who register more than one participant in a family automatically receive a $50 discount on each additional child.
SELKIRK COLLEGE BURSARIES
For families who need various levels of financial assistance, there is a bursary program for the summer of 2014. Upon registering for your particular program, you must let the administrative staff at Selkirk College/Kootenay School of the Arts know you are interested in receiving a bursary.
Bursaries are first come, first serve and are offered up to 50% off the total program cost for families who demonstrate need. Request the application upon registering. Receipt of this bursary is contingent upon approval by the Selkirk College administrator.
KOOTENAY KIDS SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships are available for students ages 12 to 19, through the Community Directed Youth Activity Grant Fund administered by Kootenay Kids. Please contact Jordan Dupuis, Youth Grants Program Coordinator for more information about how to apply for a scholarship by phone at: (250)352-6678 ext. 235 or by email at: email@example.com
For Further Program Information
Contact Watershed Productions at 250.505.5169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org