Apple Summer Camp Teaches Kids Filmmaking Skills

Apple Summer Camp Teaches Kids Filmmaking Skills

During the upcoming summer months, Apple is set to host a special film-focused session of Apple Camp aimed at children between the ages of 8 and 12. This no-cost initiative will be held at various Apple retail locations and is designed to immerse young attendees in the world of filmmaking.

Throughout a three-day span, Apple staff will guide participants through the essentials of filmmaking.

Apple Summer Camp Teaches Kids Filmmaking Skills

This includes lessons on developing a storyboard, composing music in GarageBand, and techniques for shooting and editing footage using iMovie. The culmination of the camp is a celebratory film festival on the final day, where the children’s video projects will be premiered to an audience of family and friends.

The workshops are scheduled for 1.5 hours each day.

Parents looking to enroll their children should visit the Apple website to view available dates and secure a spot. It’s worth noting that spaces are filling up fast at several locations.

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