Three short films and one long week of fun! This intensive class kept students engaged, exploring the Methow Valley and creating their own film series.
This E-Week was an intensive one week filmmaking “boot camp” where students developed, designed, and produced a series of three to five minute short films on location at Bush’s new Methow campus. Key lessons include instruction and hands-on application of all aspects of the filmmaking process from pre-production and storyboarding through to editing, post production, and completion of a short film. Besides creating their own films using the forest and river scenes in Mazama and in the town of Winthrop as their backdrops, students helped with various ownership projects on campus including trail restoration and garden planting.