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Eco Film Summer Camp

A Summer Program for Youth Ages 12 - 18 Providing Training & Mentorship in Film Production!

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Limited space available! Register now!
10% of All Revenue is Donated to GiveWell's Maximum Impact Fund

tion & Scholarships
Every Full Tuition Student Supports our Scholarship Fund!
Early Bird
[until 6/25/22]: $1000 / student
*Price Discounts for Registering Multiple Students*
After 6/25/22: $1200 / student

Payment Plans may be taken advantage of by anyone, regardless of financial need. This option is available to families who prefer to split their balance into two or three installments; full payment must be made before final performance. To arrange a payment plan, simply email us at

Scholarships will be granted on a case by case basis to those families who demonstrate a strong financial need, and who would be otherwise unable to participate in our classes. All families, with exceptions granted only in the most extreme cases, will be required to pay a minimum of 30% of tuition costs. Because of budget limitations, we are generally only able to cover one student in each eligible family. If you would like to apply for a scholarship award, simply email us at

Attendance / Cancellation Policy
If you have to drop out of the program, you may substitute another person in your place. Refunds will also be dispersed on a case by case basis as needed.

Program Timeline

Camera Gimbal

Week 1

June 28 - July 1: Class Culture &

Chemistry, Growth Mindset,

Concept Development, Celebrating Ecology & Sustainability

Film Shooting

Week 4

July 19 - 22: Setting the Scene,

Costumes, Props, Set Design,

Make-Up, Acting, Extras &


Teenagers in Nature

Week 2

July 5 - 8: Story Creation, Defining

Visual Motifs, Character Development,

Writing Log Lines & Treatments,

Production Planning

Video Editing Station

Week 5

July 26 - 29: Post Production, Editing,

Leitmotif / Soundtracks, Graphics &

Animation, Narration & Voice-Overs

Buddhist chime

Week 3

July 12 - 15: Videography, Framing,

Lighting, Special FX, Mise en Scene,

Advanced Camera Techniques,

Sound Design

Red Chairs


July 29: Final Film Showing!

Location: TBD

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Our Team
Professional producers, film-makers, educators, therapists, actors, artists & dancers. We have AHA First Aid Certified staff on premises at all times during the program.


Lead Instructor: Michael Meade

Michael earned his Bachelor's Degree in Sustainability in 2010 & since then  has worked in the fields of environmental education with youth of all ages, directing school garden programs, farm camps, permaculture workshops & stewardship campaigns. With All Aboard Earth, Michael has directed several educational film productions. He has taught in public & private schools as well as InterAct Theater School in Santa Barbara.


Creative Development: Chance Kaleolani

Chance Kaleolani is dedicated to holding intimate & empowering space for youth to explore playfulness through imagination. She is inspired about cultivating a communal message among our participants to share with the world. Chance brings high emotional intelligence and a love for collaboration to feed the curiosity of our participants. Loving, accepting & inclusive of all ideas, Chance is a grounded mentor in which participants may find clarity, safety & inspiration.

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