LSFF SUMMER FILM CAMPS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When and where is the Lone Star Film Festival Summer Film Camp taking place this year?
This year, the Lone Star Film Festival will offer two opportunities to attend film camp. The first session will be July 10-21, 2023, and the second session will be July 24 - August 4, 2023. Both camps will take place on the campus of TCU at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication.
Film camp dates:
Session 1: Monday (July 10), Tuesday (July 11), Wednesday (July 12), Thursday (July 13), Friday (July 14), Monday (July 17), Tuesday (July 18), Wednesday (July 19), Thursday (July 20), Friday (July 21)
Session 2: Monday (July 24), Tuesday (July 25), Wednesday (July 26), Thursday (July 27), Friday (July 28), Monday (July 31), Tuesday (August 1), Wednesday (August 2), Thursday (August 3), Friday (August 4)
What takes place during the summer film camp?
Film camp covers film theory, technique, screenwriting, and preparation for producing a short film. Attendees will have a hands-on experience with film equipment that will culminate with completing a short film. This will be a script-to-screen producing experience. Each film camp session offered will produce a unique short film.
What is the appropriate age for a student to attend LSFF Film Camp?
We recommend high school-age students attend LSFF Film Camp.
How much does it cost to attend LSFF Film Camp?
The full rate to attend the LSFF Summer Film Camp is $500. Early registration discounts are listed below.
Early Registration (before March 1st) - $375
Regular Registration (before April 1st) - $400
Late Registration (before May 31st) - $450
Last Call Registration (between June 1st - July 1st) - $500
Are there financial aid opportunities?
Yes. The Lone Star Film Society believes that film education and our Summer Film Camp experience should be available to every student regardless of financial status. Students seeking financial support must apply for aid before June 1, 2023. APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID HERE
Our review board will consider applicants on a first-come, first-served basis. Submitting this financial aid application does not guarantee admittance. Upon acceptance to the program, the applicant will be notified. Spots are limited, so apply early.