Peregrine School offers filmmaking workshops

Peregrine School is offering two intensive filmmaking workshops this summer for children ages 9 to 14.

The workshops will include lessons in visual literacy, screenwriting, cinematography and editing. Each student will write an original screenplay of their own, while collaborating to produce the screenplay of their choice into a five- to 10-minute film. Participants also have ample opportunity to create additional stop motions, claymations, short films and trailers of their choice.

The finished films will be screened for friends and family at the end of the second week, and each student will get a DVD copy of the movies to take home. Films also will be submitted to Davis Media Access for airing on public access Channel 15.

Peregrine School is offering two workshops: July 2-13 and July 16-27. Both run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday (with the exception of the July 4 holiday break). The workshops will take place at the new elementary school campus at 1909 Galileo Court, Suite C, in Davis.

The cost is $265 for the first workshop and $285 for the second. Lunch and snack are included in the tuition. Maximum enrollment for each session is eight, so early sign-ups are encouraged.

For more information, email Mischa at [email protected] or call the school at (530) 753-5500.

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