Odyssey Program 2020 • CSU School of Film & Media Arts

Are you a high school student interested in film? 

The Cleveland State University School of Film & Media Arts announces its brand new Odyssey Program, which is a 3-week immersive summer film camp for students age 13 – 18.

Live, eat, sleep, dream, and create films with the students and faculty of the School of Film & Media Arts.

Learn acting, directing, cinematography, editing, producing, and screenwriting as you create your won original films. Stay in dorms, work in the studios and edit labs, find your creative community – make friends and gain skills for life! Use professional equipment in the sound stages and in the Mac editing labs.

The inaugural session of the camp beings July 13 and is limited to 60 students. Click here to sign up!

Program Dates

Monday, July 13 – Friday, July 31, 2020

Program Details

A film production summer camp for high school students

  • 3 weeks program
  • 3 cohorts
  • Breakfast and Lunch included
  • Residency plan available

During the three week of intensive, hands-on study, students will:

  • Create their own short film
  • Work with industry professionals
  • Learn from expert faculty
  • Collaborate with fellow filmmakers
  • Use state-of-the-art equipment

Facilities

Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation Studio:

2000 square foot professional soundstage designed by Bastien & Associates

Studio A

2300 square foot professional soundstage designed by Bastien & Associates

Screening Room 

Theater-quality DCI compliant projection with 7.1 Surround Sound, 75 seats.

Editing Labs

30 i7 iMacs with 27” 5K screens with Adobe Creative Suite

  • Writing, producing, and acting classrooms
  • Student lounge overlooking Lake Erie
  • Large commons with incredible city views
  • Vast inventory of production equipment
  • 1 Professor and 1 Film Student Counselor for every 10 campers + Production Assistants
  • College dorms with Film Student Counselors

Fees

Overnighters $4400

7-days per week—includes room and board (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and weekend outings

Overnight campers arrive:

Sunday, July 12 – settle into dorms
Monday, July 13 – program starts
Friday, July 31 – film premiere screenings

Daytripper $3600

5-days per week—includes breakfast and lunch

Monday, July 13 – program starts
Friday, July 31 – film premiere screenings

For information or questions about registration, please contact the School of Film & Media Arts at [email protected] or 216-687-5080.