2021 Film Camps dates

to be announced in February

Johnny Langdon Film Education Initiative

SESSION I objectives: knowledge and understanding of jobs on a film set, screenwriting, acting, directing, sound recording, editing, cinematography, film analysis, and film theory.


June 7 - June 11

High School age students learn the ins and outs of filmmaking as they write, direct, act, produce and edit their very own short film.  SESSION I is open to all levels of experience.  This program introduces filmmaking to students that are interested in exploring film as a career or as an extended education option.

SESSION II objectives: jobs on a film set, screenwriting, breaking down a script, storyboarding, shot listing, casting and auditioning, scheduling, directing, sound recording, editing, cinematography, production design, and wardrobe.


June 21 - June 25

SESSION II serves as second week for students to hone their skills at filmmaking as they take more ownership in creating a second self-produced short film.  This program is intended for students interested in building a portfolio and resume for college applications or for students who are interested in pursuing immediate job placement in the film industry upon completion of High School.

* REQUIREMENT: Completion of Session I or completion of the 2019 LSFF Film Camp


SESSION I [June 1-5]

5 days


*Rate discounted to $300 if registered before May 1st


10 days


*Rate discounted to $500 if registered before May 1st

  • Located at TCU's Bob Schieffer College of Communication - Moudy South Building

  • 9 am - 3 pm daily (Mon - Fri)

  • Campers bring their own lunch

  • Campers are not permitted to leave campus at anytime

< Watch last year's short film

Johnny Langdon Film Education Initiative

Provides film education programs for adults as well as high-school-age students interested in the art of cinema. 


Programs have included weekend workshops in screenwriting, documentary filmmaking, film theory, and various film camp experiences for students looking to pursue a career in film.

The Lone Star Film Society, INC. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Fort Worth, Texas.