UCLA Film & Television Summer InstituteThe UCLA Film & Television Summer Institute offers students from around the globe an unparalleled opportunity to study filmmaking at one of the most prestigious film schools in the world – right in the heart of Hollywood. The Summer Institute is an intensive, six-week program that is taught by UCLA faculty. Students can choose from four specializations:
Track 1: Creative Producing This track lets college students study the role of the creative producer or executive while engaging in internships in Hollywood companies. Offered in Session A (June 24 - August 2, 2013).Learn more
Track 2: Film Production This intensive immersion filmmaking workshop allows college students and aspiring filmmakers of all ages (20 years and above) to collaborate on short film projects as they learn the aesthetics, techniques and practice of filmmaking from beginning to end.Learn more
Offered in Session A (June 24 - August 2, 2013) and Session C (August 5 - September 13, 2013).
Track 3: Animation The Animation track introduces students to the world of animation. Students learn to write and draw their animated movies. No drawing experience required – just limitless imagination. Offered in Session A (June 24 - August 2, 2013).Learn more
Track 4: Digital Media Studies Videogames and 3D films are two of the fastest growing segments in the entertainment industry. Students learn about the history of these increasingly important aspects of digital media, including discussion of current trends, effects of new technologies. Offered in Session A (June 24 - August 2).Learn more