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Filmmaking camp at JCC

Want to learn how to make a movie? The Director’s Cut filmmaking camp at the Jewish Community Center guides campers through the process of making a movie.

The three-week camp, which runs from Aug. 2 to Aug. 20, will teach kids how to use camera equipment, write scripts, develop a film set and turn an idea into a movie.

The camp runs from Monday through Friday for those three weeks from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The program costs $665.

Contact program director Zach Duitch at (206) 388-1990 for more information on this and other summer camp opportunities at the JCC. Visit www.sjcc.org for a full list of options.

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