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School of Cinema and Performing Arts

 
Join the next generation of dramatic performers and visual storytellers at SOCAPA, the School of Cinema and Performing Arts. With teen summer programs ranging in length from two to six weeks, and campuses in New York, London, California and Massachusetts, there's no excuse for not taking action.
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School of Cinema and Performing Arts
Here are programs which we propose to our children:
High School [14-18]
Filmmaking
Advanced Filmmaking
Acting for Film
Dance
Photography
ESL
Youth [11-13]
Filmmaking Focus
Acting for Film Focus
At SOCAPA, you will realize that goal. Run by young industry professionals, the school offers students the chance to learn contemporary filmmaking in an atmosphere of total immersion.
Make Three Films in Three Weeks:
SOCAPA mixes the best of elite film programs and exciting summer camps. Nowhere else will you find this level of filmmaking intensity combined with this much fun. Each SOCAPA student writes, directs and edits three films of their own during the three-week program. Students in the abbreviated programs make one film per week of attendance. Students in the six-week program form the Advanced Filmmaking class for the final three weeks and make two additional films.
Choose Your Format – Film or DV – Edit on Digital Computer Systems:
Unlike other film schools, SOCAPA offers the immediate opportunity to learn the most recent digital technologies. For their final projects, students choose to shoot using either 16mm film cameras or state-of-the-art, 3-chip digital video cameras with synchronous sound. Regardless of the capture format, all students edit on Final Cut Pro non-linear, digital computer systems. This lets them create an elaborate multi-track sound design for each of their films, incorporating music, voice-over, sound effects and dialogue. No other beginning film program offers such opportunities.
SOCAPA’s Summer Dance Program focuses primarily on Jazz and Hip-Hop, with additional specialty classes in African and Breaking. Classes are geared towards learning choreography at a professional pace and preparing routines to be featured in live performances and weekly music videos shot by SOCAPA instructors. This provides students in our Dance Program with a DVD portfolio featuring a number of their performances in a variety of projects.
SOCAPA’s ESL Program is designed for Intermediate and Advanced ESL students who have a passion to further their English language skills in the context of the visual and performing arts. The strength of the program lies in its setting – an American residential arts camp in the heart of New York City. Although teenagers come from all over the world to attend the SOCAPA workshops, over eighty percent of our students speak English as their native language. SOCAPA ESL students are immediately immersed in English language and culture, sharing living quarters, eating meals, and attending nights and weekend activities with American and English-speaking international students.
SOCAPA’s Youth Programs for ages eleven to thirteen are run at our Berkshires East Campus at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Students in the Youth Camp choose to focus on either Filmmaking or Acting for Film. The curriculum for the Youth Programs is very similar to that of our High School Programs (see high school curriculum), but the approach is more relaxed and fun.

Locations:
New York City
Los Angeles, CA
Northampton, MA
London, UK




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375 Greenwich Street New York, NY, 10013

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