Teen Film Camp 2019





Pre-Register for the 2019 Teen Film Camp Now!

Description: This is a five-day full time class for beginning and intermediate filmmakers 12-18 years old. Up to thirty students will be accepted. They will be divided into five groups of 6 students each. Each group will be led by an adult instructor and will write, shoot and edit its own short film. The five films will be shown to students and their families Friday evening.

Director: Mike LaVancher
Mike LaVancher, a Cape May native, and a graduate of the very first Young Filmmaker Boot Camp, is the owner of a South Jersey based video production company. He also works as a television editor seasonal at NFL Films on Academy Award winning and nominated productions.

Film Camp Dates and Times: June 2019… exact dates TBA (usually first week after the school year based on inclement weather school closings.)

Location:  West Cape May Elementary School, 301 Moore Street, West Cape May.

Participants: Ages 12-18. Class will be limited to 30.

Fee: $225.00  
This may be paid all at once, or in installments; a minimum of $100.00 must be paid with the application. The full amount must be received by June 10. If the student must cancel, the fee will be fully refunded if cancellation is before June 15. After June 15, refunds will not be possible. 

To Apply:  Fill out the application and release forms on the next two pages and mail to Cape May Film Society, P.O. Box 595, Cape May, NJ 08204, with a check in the amount of $100.00 – $225.00. You may also scan your completed application and email it to vsinnyc7@aol.com and pay by PayPal online through our website. You’ll receive a confirmation via e-mail. For questions, contact Film Camp Administrator Veronica Scutaro at vsinnyc7@aol.com or (917) 686-2125. THANK YOU!



The Cape May Film Society is committed to making its programs and facilities accessible to everyone.

Our programs are made possible in part by a grant administered by the Cape May County Culture & Heritage Commission, from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.