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Facets Summer Film Institute

A unique, week-long, intensive film camp for teachers (earn 30 CPDU credits).
2013 dates TBA

Summer Film Institute

At Facets Summer Film Institute, you will...

It's a summer experience that will transform you (and your students) for a lifetime!

How It Works

Film scholars provide expert instruction on film aesthetics, film history, and film techniques, including:

  1. The Impact of Film Editing
  2. Lighting, Camera Angles, and Set Design
  3. Narrative in Cinema
  4. History and Society in the Movies
  5. Classic Hollywood Movies

For full program and faculty bios, click here.

Each morning includes an introductory lecture supported by articles and handouts. In the afternoon, you'll watch a feature film, then apply and deepen your learning through discussion, activities, and worksheets you can adapt for use in your own classroom.

Details

Casablanca

When: 2013 dates TBA, from 9:00am to 4:30 pm

Where: Facets Multi-Media, 1517 W. Fullerton Ave., Chicago, IL 60614 (Free parking on Fullerton and neighboring side streets.)

Meals: Breakfast foods and coffee will be provided in the morning from 9am to 9:30am.
One hour lunch break (lunch not included).

Credits: 30 CPDUs for the week.

Cost: $395; Facets Members: $350 (includes all handouts and materials). Many schools offer reimbursement for the fee. Ask your school about payment reimbursement options.

Application

Download a PDF of the Film Institute Application (2012)
Download a PDF of the Application Details (2012)

Questions?

For more information, contact Summer Film Institute Coordinator by phone at (773) 281-9075, or by email at filminstitute@facets.org 

 

Gone With the Wind

Testimonials from 2011

“Pretty intense week with a great amount of ground covered.”

“The assembly of different experts and faculty was novel and enlightening.”

“I truly enjoyed this week and loved the historical range of films shown from silent era to current ‘blockbusters’.”

“Amazing and diverse array of speakers/teachers. Their knowledge and articulation was very eloquent and inspiring.”

“I can use the information I have learned in my social studies classes.”