An intensive summer program for future filmmakers
The Digital Cinema Academy is an intensive summer program for high school students interested in creating films.
Spend a week using industry-standard production techniques and equipment, and learning the full process of filmmaking from industry leaders. Take in lectures on cinematic production from some of the most successful names in Hollywood, including prominent executive producers, Emmy Award-winning directors and other professionals who have crewed big-name television and film titles.
The five-day program will introduce you to all the different phases of filmmaking, from pre-production to post-production. You’ll collaborate with fellow high school filmmakers to produce a short film in just one week.
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Michael Uslan, IU alum and executive producer of the Batman movie franchise, sits in the Ken and Audrey Beckley Studio in Franklin Hall.
Hi, I'm Michael Uslan, the originator and executive producer of the Batman movie franchise from "Batman 1989" to the "Joker" and to our upcoming "The Batman."
I'm here at Indiana University to just give a shoutout to IU Cinema Academy. This is of great precollege program that gives you an opportunity to have hands-on experience in the whole field of moviemaking: the technical, the aesthetic. It's a golden opportunity.
It also gives you a chance to network. Networking is something you're going to have to learn how to do if you want to get that job in Hollywood or New York or Chicago when you get out of school and build a career for yourself in this insane, crazy, wonderful industry.
So go online, check out IU Cinema Academy, and I will see you all there, either in person or by the magic of technology.