Why Camp Flix
Camp Flix is Georgia's premiere summer filmmaking camp – a one-week or two-week, real-world experience that immerses teens and tweens in the craft of filmmaking. Camp Flix introduces kids, ages 11-17, to the techniques, language, and processes of filmmaking and acting, as well as provide an opportunity for teamwork and collaboration as they make a short film during the week with other campers.
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June 7/8 - June 12 (Emory)
June 14/15 to June 19 (Oglethorpe)
July 19/20 to July 24 (Emory)
July 26/27 to July 31 (Emory)
July 19/20 to July 31 (Two Week Session at Emory)
Directions & Maps
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Camp Flix Junior is a one week program for fun loving 7-10 year olds, interested in animation and filmmaking. We are offering two sessions this summer, the first at Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven from June 15-19 (9:00am to 3:30pm) and the second at The Friends School of Atlanta in Decatur from July 6-10 (8:30am to 3:00pm). Sessions are limited to just 12 campers each.
What Parents and Campers Say
"It's an amazing experience that gives budding filmmakers and/or kids who are looking for a fun, creative outlet, an opportunity to learn and have an incredible time. A big thumbs-up!"
— Julie Crow (Parent)
The Top Movie Making Summer Camp in the Greater Atlanta Area