Cinema St. Louis hosts filmmaking camps each summer in conjunction with the St. Louis Public Library and the University City Library.

Camps include classes on animation, stop motion, live action, and documentary, and teach basic filmmaking principles, working through pre-, post-, and general production techniques. Campers will work in groups to visualize, record, and edit complete films.

The camps are free but advance registration is required. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, but preference is given to first-time enrollees, so early application is encouraged.

University City Library

June 1-5 | 9:30-Noon | Ages 8-12 | Stop Motion Animation | FREE

June 8-12 | 9:30-Noon | Ages 12-18 | Stop Motion Animation | FREE

June 15 | 9:30-Noon | Ages 8-12 | Live Action Filmmaking | FREE

June 22 | 9:30-Noon | Ages 12-18 | Live Action Filmmaking | FREE

Call 314-727-3150 to register.

Additional summer camps coming soon. University City Library is located at 6701 Delmar Blvd., University City, MO 63130.

Community School Summer Camps

July 6-10 | 9am to Noon | 7th & 8th Graders | Music Video Production | $195

Register here. Community School is located at 900 Lay Road, St. Louis, MO 63124.

All camps are presented in collaboration with Webster University and Lindenwood University.

For more information, contact Brian Spath at Cinema St. Louis (314-289-4153, brian@cinemastlouis.org).