Hollywood Birthday’s Summer Camp in Roncesvalles Village

Jen - Founder and owner of Hollywood Birthday parties


Hollywood Birthday’s is offering a Summer Day Camp in Toronto for children ages 7 to 13. http://www.hollywood-birthdays.com

The weeklong summer camp will offer children the chance to write, film, edit and act in their own short film.

Hollywood Birthday’s founder and owner, Jen Schlumberger, will use her experience as a filmmaker, actor and improvisor to help the kids create several short films over the course of the week.
Everyone will have a chance to write, use the cameras, create storyboards, edit using imovie and of course, act in the films. The campers will collaborate in small groups, utilizing the strengths of each child. At the end of the week, each camper will receive a DVD of their work to take home.

Contact Jen at hollywoodbirthdayparties@gmail.com for more information

Camp Details:
For ages 7 to 13

Weeks Available:
July 25 to 29
August 8 to 12

Cost: $350 per child
Camp will start at 9:30 and run to 3:30pm.

Before and after camp care can be arranged – starting at 8:30 ($10 per day), $20 each day after camp care from 3:30 to 5:30.

Campers are to bring a nut free packed lunch each day.

Jen has her CPR and Standard First Aid training.

About Jen Schlumberger:
With her BA in Television Production, her Bachelor of Education and her professional improv training, Jen is equally experienced in front of and behind the camera. She currently freelances as producer/editor in the “real television world” with companies such as CBC and Corus Entertainment.

In 2005, Jen received a grant from the CFTPA and Corus Entertainment to make a short children’s film, “Dream Catcher”.

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