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Movie Making Kids Camp Sets Stage for Academic Success

Filmmaking improves key learning skills in children 

DENVER, CO – May 21, 2019 – Talk to the Camera’s award-winning summer camps lay the foundation for Denver area students ages 5-14 to explore the film, art, and creative technology industries in a captivatingly educational way. The company’s week-long S.T.E.A.M.-based movie and video making camp programs offer parents a convenient, alternative to summer learning.

Talk to the Camera summer camps are different from most – empowering kids, tweens and teens. Designed to engage all ages, the week-long programs offer hands-on filmmaking, on-camera acting, on-set etiquette, video editing, YouTube content creation, cinematography, and sfx. Instructors are hired professionals in the creative industry and share an authentic passion for helping kids become dynamic young adults.

Driven by the students’ creative vision and storytelling, the S.T.E.A.M.-based camps teach kids collaborative learning techniques, problem-solving, and critical thinking. Movie making is transformative and studies have shown that students involved with this type of art form do better academically and can in life in general. For parents, it boosts learning while giving their child something uniquely different and entertaining to do this summer.

The kicker is the Talk to the Camera Movie Awards recognizing the hard work and moviemaking magic by summer camp students. All Talk to the Camera movies created through the summer, are screened in August at the red-carpet, Movie Awards celebration. 

Summer Camp Programs (20% off)

Movie Magic (ages 6-14): Students learn writing and hands-on film techniques, production roles and on-camera acting as they produce their very own movie in one of several categories. Week-long theme camps:

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Little Stars (3-5 - must be potty-trained): Pre-K kids learn to have fun, be silly and tell stories on camera leaving a wonderful keepsake for generations to come. 

About Talk to the Camera

Founded by Screen Actors Guild Actor, Audrey Walters and school educator, Jenny Gilbert, Talk to the Camera produces S.T.E.A.M.-based filmmaking and video creation summer camps, after-school classes, and special workshops. Sparking imagination and self-confidence in kids 5-14, each program is designed to create advanced, hands-on, collaborative learning in a safe environment by experienced instructors. Since 2013, the programs have empowered and inspired thousands of youth through the lens of the camera. Based in Denver, Colorado, Talk to the Camera franchises are available in select locations throughout the United S.T.E.A.M. - science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics


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