Actors can communicate complex feelings in seconds, unlike supercomputers, which require volumes of binary coding just to express simple disdain. Succeed where the machines failed with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $89 for a one-day Movie Star workshop on Saturday, July 20 in Kaysville (a $200 value)
- $89 for a one-day Movie Star workshop on Saturday, July 27 in Salt Lake City (a $200 value)
- $149 for a one-week Movie Star camp, held Monday, July 15 to Saturday, July 20 in Sandy (a $350 value)
- $149 for a one-week Movie star camp, held Monday, July 22 to Saturday July 27 in Park City (a $350 value)
For one day or one week, kids get to experience the life of a movie star. During the workshop, which runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, and camp, which runs three hours each weekday Monday-Friday, students learn acting skills from a Hollywood production crew while soaking up the knack to rehearse and film their own production. At 7 p.m. on the day of the workshop or the Saturday after the camp, they strut down the red carpet at their own private movie premiere and watch their production with friends and family.
Popcorn Media gives kids the chance to experience strutting down the red carpet during their Movie Star workshops and weeklong camps. Attendees soak up the secrets of screen acting from a director who works with Disney and Nickelodeon studios while producing their own unique work. They oversee each production element that goes into a film's creation, from lighting and filming to rehearsing and giving their parents an autograph. At the end of each camp, kids attend a red-carpet premier of their work amid the applause of friends and family.
“I had never heard of Popcorn Media before and this camp presented a great opportunity for a summer activity for our child.”
“Great experience!! ”
“My children had a blast learning about how to make a movie, and the premiere was amazing! The kids walked the red carpet, complete with photographers, reporters, and...”
“My children had a blast learning about how to make a movie, and the premiere was amazing! The kids walked the red carpet, complete with photographers, reporters, and fans. It was awesome!”